"Lucille" as written by Richard Morris and Albert Hamilton....
My old lady's on the other side of town
With her ex boyfriend
Drinking again, drinking again.
So you choose to lose someone who loves you
And a real good friend
For a bottle of gin, a bottle of sin

You picked a fine time to leave me Lucille
Now I'm sitting at the top of the hill.
Now my heart is broken and I'm all alone
And don't know what to feel
Since you been gone, gone away.

I over heard somebody say they saw you
Crying in a bar last night
With a blackened eye, blackened eye.
I know mistakes I made but its time
For another that will
Treat you right, treat you right

You picked a fine time to leave me Lucille
Now I'm sitting at the top of the hill.
Now my heart is broken and I'm all alone
And don't know what to feel
Since you been gone, gone away.

You picked a fine time to leave me Lucille
Now I'm sitting at the top of the hill.
Now my heart is broken and I'm all alone
And don't know what to feel
Since you been gone, gone away.

Used to love me now you want to leave me,
Right when I told you I love you
Don't think you ever believe me when I said.
Use to love me now you want to run away,
Right when I told you I love you
Don't think you ever believe me when I said

Oh, I love you, oh I love you, I love you
You were my baby
You were my love sugar darling
I know he didn't love you the way I did
Baby oh I love you
Don't you know I cared
Don't you know I love you
And I always want to be there
Oh, you know I love you
You know I love you baby
And you know he really didn't care about you
I never would have hit you baby no no
Said I never would have hit you baby


Lyrics submitted by Pryncess33

"Lucille" as written by Joe Turner

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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