"I Can't Be Satisfied" as written by and Muddy Waters Mckinley Morganfield....
Well I'm goin' down south now honey
Won't be gone long
Goin' away to leave now honey
Don't you wanna go

I'm talking about trouble mama
I'm on my way
Well Lord, I ain't satisfied
I just can't keep from cryin'

Well, I know my baby
Yeah, she gonna jump and shout
Make that old train honey
And I can walk it out

Talk about trouble now baby
I'm on my way
Well I, Lord I ain't satisfied
I sure can't keep from tryin'

Well Lord, I feel like snapping
My pistol in your face
I, and I'm gonna let some graveyard honey
Be your resting place

Talk about trouble now baby
I'm on my way
Well Lord, I ain't satisfied
I sure can't keep from tryin'

Alright now
Alright, ooh, yeah well
I woke up this mornin'
And I hear my doorbell ring
Lookin' for my little girl
I can't see not a dog-gone thing

Ooh, I'm talkin' about trouble honey
Lord, I'm on my way
Well Lord, I ain't satisfied
And I, I sure can't keep from tryin'

Well, bye-bye baby
Yeah, I'll see y'all again
'Cause you won't be so evil baby
You won't have so many men

I'm talkin' about trouble now
I'm on my way, yes, yes
Lord, I ain't satisfied
I sure can't keep from tryin'


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"I Can't Be Satisfied" as written by Muddy Waters

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