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Stevie Ray Vaughan – The Things (That) I Used To Do lyrics

The things that I used to do....
Lord, I won't do no more
The things that I used to do....
Lord, I won't do no more
I used to sit and hold your hand darlin'....
And cry, oh babe do not go

I used to search all night for you darlin'
Lord, and my search would always end in vain
I used to search all night for you darlin'
Lord, and my search would always end in vain
But I knew all the time darlin'....
That you was hid out wit' your other man

I'm goin' to send you back to your mama darlin'
Lord, and I'm goin' back to my family too
I'm goin' to send you back to your mama darlin'
Lord, and I'm goin' back to my family too
Nothin' I can do to please ya' darlin'....
I just can't get along with you



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