"Tastebud" as written by and Ronald Mckernan....
Well, it was early in the morning
When my blues come falling down
I want to tell you, it was early in the morning now
When my blues come falling down

Well, you know, you know, it felt so, so bad
When my baby, yeah, she's been around

Whoa, it was but a while after midnight
When the rooster crowed for day
Whoa, it was but a while after midnight
When that rooster began to crow for day

Well, I been mistreating my baby
That's about a crime that I need to pay

Come back, baby
Whoa, please don't go
I said, come back, baby
Come on, darling, please don't go

Well, you know the way I love you rider
More than you ever know

Yes Lord, please stop her
I won't get drunk no more
Whoa Lord, please stop her now
I want to tell you that I won't drunk no more

Well, you know she put me out in the morning
She drive this poor boy from her door


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"Tastebud" as written by Ronald Charles Mckernan

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