"Lucille [1972]" as written by Richard Penniman and Albert Collins....
Lucille, won't you do your sister's will?
Oh, Lucille, won't you do your sister's will?
Well, you ran away and left, I love you still.
Lucille, please, come back where you belong.

Oh, Lucille, please, come back where you belong.
I been good to you, baby, please, don't leave me alone.
Lucille, baby, satisfy my heart.
Oh, Lucille, baby, satisfy my heart.

I slaved for you, baby, and gave you such a wonderful start.
I woke up this morning, Lucille was not in sight.
I asked her friends about her but all their lips were tight.

Lucille, please, come back where you belong.
I been good to you, baby, please, don't leave me alone.


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"Lucille" as written by Joe Turner

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