"Can't You See What You're Doing to Me" as written by and Albert King....
I wonder where, I wonder where, this Sears Roebuck drummer come from?

Hey baby, can't you see what you're doin' to me
Hey baby, baby, baby, can't you see what you're doin' to me
Well you say you're gonna leave me, darlin'
You're goin' back to your old time, used to be

I work two jobs, I bring home all-a the pay
If you tell me you love me, then try to do some things my way
Hey baby, can't you see what you're doin' to me
Well you say you're gonna leave me,
You're goin' back to your old time, used to be

Hey now! woo! yeah! yeah! come on band! sounds alright!

I work two jobs, I bring ya all-a the pay
If you tell me you love me, then try to do some things my way
Hey baby, can't you see what you're doin' to me
Yeah, you say you're gonna leave me darlin'
You're goin' back to your old time, used to be

Hey baby, can't you see what you're doin' to me
Hey, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
Can't you see what you're doin' to me
Now you say you're gonna leave me darlin'
You're goin' back to your old time, used to be


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"Can't You See What You're Doing to Me" as written by Albert King

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