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(sonny boy williamson)[produced by mike vernon, a side of decca f 11996, 1964, first solo single]Good morning little schoolgirlGood morning little schoolgirlCan I come home withCan I come home with youTell your mama and your papaI once was a schoolboy tooSometimes I don’t know whatSometimes I don’t know whatWhat in the worldWhat in the world to doOh I don’t want to hurt your feelingsOr even get mad at youAt allI’m gonna buy me an airplaneI’m gonna buy me an airplaneFly right overFly right over townIf I don’t find my babyAin’t gonna put my airplane downGood morning little schoolgirlGood morning little schoolgirlCan I come home withCan I come home with youTell your mama and your papaI once was a schoolboy too



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