"The Greatest Hustler of All" as written by and Willie Watson Ketch Secor....
Well I met her on the corner of Broadway
said she seen me coming for a mile
guess I should have known she was trouble
by the hoodwink in her eye
She said now watch my hands real careful
but I should have been watching her feet
before I knew it
she stole my heart and my wallet
went running on down the street

The Greatest Hustler of all
Stands about four foot nine
made to be a moocher
a low down hoochie-coocher
daddy made her walk the line
Hustles with the greatest of ease
Fools any boy any time
Greatest Hustler in all of this world
Hustled this Heart of mine


Now I've been hustled on the streets of Chicago
and the levies of New Orleans
but I never knew a woman to work so fast
she's what you call a Hustling Queen
well I took her to the fair on Friday
we stepped into the kissing booth
I puckered my lips
to steal me a kiss
and she went and stole my gold tooth

The Greatest Hustler of all etc


Well if you see her coming this way,
boy you better take care
cause she'll hustle your heart away,
boy, into the air
so fella's if you're down on the corner
she's not that hard to find
She's the Greatest Hustler in all of this world
she stands about four foot nine


The Greatest Hustler of all etc


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    General CommentThis song is great. I think I've met this woman he's singing about...
    mnteckyon June 15, 2009   Link

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