"Susie-Q" as written by and Eleanor Broadwater Dale Hawkins....


Well, I know'd a family
Live down an avenue
Old man Mole
And sister Sue

They do that Suzie Q
They do the Suzie Q
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
People it's just easy to do

Well, a I know'd a man
The name a Old man Mole
He got so happy
He pull off all his clothes

He's doin' the Suzie Q
He's doin' the Suzie Q, now
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
People, it's just easy to do

(harmonica & instrumental)

Well, I know'd a lady
By the name-a Sister Kate
Pulled off her clothes
In front of her front gate

She's doin' the Suzie Q, now
She's doin' the Suzie Q
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
Peoples, it's just easy to do

(harmonica & instrumental)

Well, ya step one step
Then mess all around
You look up
Then you look down

An that's Suzie Q
An that's Suzie Q
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
Peoples, just easy to do

Well, now I know a girl
Her name is Sister McGhee
She jumped up an down
For who she please

She called it Suzie Q
She called it Suzie Q
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
People, just easy to do

Now, look-it-here, baby
Now tell me what you gonna' do
You can't love me
An somebody else, too

And do the Suzie Q
Doin' the Suzie Q
Well, it ain't nothin' to it
People, it's just easy to do

(short harmonica & instrumental end)






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"Susie Q" as written by Stanley J. Lewis Dale Hawkins

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