"Killing Floor" as written by Esquivel,, Jim Adams and Doug Harrington....
I should-a quit you, along time ago
I should-a quit you, baby, along time ago
I should-a quit you baby, an' went on to Mexico

If I had-a followed, my first mind
If I had-a followed, my first mind
I would-a been gone, yeah, my second time

Yeah!

I should-a went on, when my friend come from Mexico an' me
I should-a went on baby, when my friend come from Mexico an' me
No foolin' 'round 'wit cha' darling, you got me on the killin' floor

God knows, I should-a been gone
God knows, I should-a been gone
No foolin' 'round wit' cha baby
I let you put me on the killin' floor


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"Killing Floor" as written by Chester Burnett

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