"Built for Comfort" as written by and Willie Dixon....
Some folks are built like this
Some folks are built like that
But the way I'm built
Now, don't you call me fat

'Cause I'm-a built for comfort
I ain't a-built for speed
But I got ev'rything
A-that a good girl need


Some folks they rip and run
Some folks don't believe in sign
But you get me, babe
You got to take your time

'Cause I'm-a built for comfort
I ain't a-built for speed
And I got ev'rything
A-that a good girl need

(sax & instrumental)

Now, don't you call me fat
Because you know I'm fine
You get me, baby
You've got to take your time

'Cause I'm-a built for comfort
I ain't a-built for speed
And I got ev'rything
A-that a good girl needs

(piano, bass & instrumental)

Well, I ain't got the diamonds
And I ain't got gold
But I do have a love
To satisfy your soul

'Cause I'm built for comfort
I ain't a-built for speed
And I got ev'rything
A-that any little good girl needs



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"Built For Comfort" as written by Chester Burnett

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