"Driving Wheel" as written by David Peverett and Roderick Price....
Well, my baby don`t have to work
And she don`t have to rob and steal
Well, my baby don`t have to work
And she don`t have to rob and steal
Yes, I`ll give her everything she needs
`Cause I am her driving wheel
Yes, she left me this morning
And she said she`d be back soon
Yes, she left me this morning
And she said she`d be back soon
Yes, she would be back early Friday mornin`
Or laid over Saturday afternoon
Yes, every time she walk
She shakes like a leaf tremblin` on a tree
Yes, when my baby walk down the street
She shakes like a leaf tremblin` on a tree
Yes, the women all hate her
But man, she`s alright with me
Wo, I sent the U.N. a telegram
Don`t want nobody else to break the seal
Wo, I sent the U.N. a telegram
Don`t want nobody else to break the seal
I want the whole world to know
That I am my baby`s driving wheel


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"Driving Wheel" as written by Roosevelt Sykes

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