"Gunslinger (Bo Diddley's a Gunslinger)" as written by and E. Mcdaniel....
I can tell because it's plain to see

I can tell the way you look at me

The way you know, you hold my hand

Yes, pretty baby I can understand

I can tell, I can tell

I know you don't love me no more


No more, no more

No more, a-no more

I can tell, I can tell

I know you don't love me no more


I asked your mama and your papa, too

What more can a poor man do?

Now, you been runnin' with a heart-breaker child, around

Yes, a new boy's why you put me down

I can tell, I can tell

I know you don't love me no more


(Instrumental)


Well, you won't answer your telephone

When I knock on your door

They say that you ain't home

Your sister let me in

And tell me I can wait

When you come home

You show up real late


Now, I can tell

Oh, I can tell

I know you don't love me no more


No more

I said, no more

No more

No more


Baby, I can give you romance

Only if you give me another chance

I'll cook your food and wash your clothes

I promise I'll keep your warm when it get cold


I can tell

I can tell

I know you don't love me no more


No more


FADES-


No more


A-no more.



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"Gunslinger" as written by Ellas Mcdaniel

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