"Lucille" as written by and Luther Williams....
Lucille, please, come back where you belong
Lucille, please, come back where you belong
You ran off and married
Singin' such a beautiful song.

Lucille, please, don't do your sister's will, yeah!
Lucille, please, don't you do your sister's will,
You ran off and married,
But I love you still.

Well, I woke up this mornin',
Lucille was not in sight
Asked my friends about it,
But all their lips were tight.

Lucille, please, come back where you belong
I'm speaking to you, baby,
Singin' such a beautiful song.

Ow!
Come on, guys!

Well, I woke up this mornin',
Lucille was not in sight
I asked my friends about it,
But all their lips were tight.

Lucille, please, come back where you belong
I'm speaking to you, baby,
You sing such a beautiful song.

Ah, come on now, Lucille!

Well, I woke up this mornin',
Lucille was not in sight
I asked my friends about it,
But all their lips were tight.

Lucille, please, come back where you belong, ho!
Yeah, I'm speaking to you, baby,
Sing such a beautiful song.
Yeah!

Well, Lucille, please, don't do your sister's will, yeah!
Oh! Lucille, please, don't you do your sister's will,
Well, lil', you ran off and married,
But I love you still.


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Lucille" as written by Joe Turner

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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