"Sugar in My Coffee" as written by and Gordie Edmond Johnson....
I don't want no sugar in my coffee
Makes me mean, it makes me mean
I don't want no sugar in my coffee
Makes me mean, makes me mean

If you see my woman coming
Just bow your head, bow your head
If you see my woman coming
Well, I said bow your head

Bought me a bulldog, guards my woman
When I'm gone, when I'm gone
Bought me a bulldog, watch my woman
When I'm gone, when I'm gone

I got a bulldog, weighs five hundred pounds
In my backyard, in my backyard
Got a bulldog, weighs five hundred pounds
In my backyard, my backyard

And when he barks, he roar just like thunder
Up in the clouds, up in the clouds
Yeah, when he barks, roars just like thunder
Up in the clouds, up in the clouds

I don't want no sugar in my coffee
Makes me mean, it makes me mean
I don't want no sugar in my coffee
Makes me mean



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"Sugar in My Coffee" as written by Gordie Edmond Johnson

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