"Honey Hush" as written by and Ann Cole....
Well, come in this house, stop all that yakety-yak
Come on in this house, stop all that yakety-yak
'Cause your sugar daddy don't want no talkin' back

You keep on a-tellin', talkin' 'bout this and that
Well, you keep on a-talkin', talkin' 'bout this and that
I got news for you, ain't nothin' but an alleycat

Turn off the waterworks, baby, they don't move me no more
Turn off the waterworks, baby, they don't move me no more
When I leave this time, I ain't comin' back no more, honey hush

I said come in this house, stop all that yakety-yak
Come on in this house, woman, stop all that yakety-yak
Don't make me nervous, I'm holdin' a baseball bat

Well, it's a hi-ho, a hi-ho silver
A hi-ho, a hi-ho silver, hi-ho, a hi-ho silver
Hi-ho, a hi-ho silver, hi-ho, hi-ho silver away


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"Honey Hush" as written by Lou Willie Turner

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