"Queen of Queens" as written by and Nick Garrie-hamilton....
I was sitting at a table and a staring at the evening sun
I believe I was in Spain but I knows I was a drinking rum
When I sees a little lady standing all alone
And I really loved the way she held the telephone
I said baby come and help me drive those blues away
Don't slip away
Don't slip away

Lordy she was pretty she was dressed just like a queen
Queen of all the queens young Nicholas ever seen
Madonna little lust pot come and have a drink
I didn't give the creature even time to think
I said baby come and help me drive those blues away
Don't slip away
Don't slip away

I told her that I loved her just as much as early morning rain
She didn't understand but she liked me just the same
But she didn't like the boozin it would have to go
I said don't be silly babe it's only rum and snow
So come on baby come and help me drive those blues away
Don't slip away
Don't slip away


Well the bottles was a flying
And the both of us getting drunk
She was filling me with pills all kinds of other junk
I said, "listen here Medini. I'm on the floor."
She said "Come on Honey up it's no 34."
Yeah come on up and help me drive them blues away
Don't slip away
Don't slip away

Well I woke up in the morning and my head was just a sea of rum
Madonna was a lying and a snoring in the noonday sun
So I kiss her rather gentle and I ask her name
And then I gives a scream and says that ain't no dame
Will someday help me drive those blues away
I slipped away
I slipped away
I slipped away
I crawled away


Lyrics submitted by almightyapplejack

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