"That's All Right (Mama)" as written by and Arthur Crudup....
Well that's all right mama,
That's all right for you.
Yeh that's all right mama,
Just anyway you do.

That's all right,
That's all right,
That's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.

Well mama she done told me,
Papa done told me too.
Son that gal you're fooling with,
She ain't no girl for you.

That's all right,
That's all right,
That's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.

I'm leaving town baby,
I'm leaving town for sure,
Then you won't be bothered
With me hanging round your door.

That's all right,
That's all right.
Yeh that's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.

Well that's all right mama,
Yeah that's all right for you.
That's all right mama,
Just anyway you do.

That's all right,
That's all right,
That's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.

Dee dee dee dee dee dee,
Da da dee dee dee,
Da da dee dee dee,
I need your loving.
That's all right.
Well that's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.
Yeh that's all right my mama,
Anyway you do.


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"That's All Right (Mama)" as written by Arthur Crudup

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    General Comment. It's kind of funny how some songs just don't have any comments.
    Kurt Was Murderedon January 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBecause this was an Elvis song. If your looking for comments on this song check out the elvis section. Also elvis songs are pretty straight foward with really not much to comment on.
    pupudooon March 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is NOT an Elvis song. This is the late Arthur 'Bigboy' Crudup's song. Elvis covered it. Crudup also did the song Rock Me Mama which is a blues classic. Check him out if you want to hear some classic blues...that's ARTHUR BIGBOY CRUDUP.
    MrLongroveon February 05, 2007   Link

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