"Lucille" as written by Albert Collins and Richard Penniman....
Lucille, won't you do your daddy's will?
Lucille, won't you do your daddy's will?
Well you ran away and left me
And I love you still
Lucille, please come back where you belong
Lucille, please come back where you belong
I've been good to you baby
Please don't leave me alone
Well, I woke up this morning, Lucille was not in sight
I asked her friends about her but no, all their lips were tight
Lucille, baby satisfy my heart
Lucille, baby satisfy my heart
I'll be good to you baby
And give you such a wonderful start
Well, I woke up this morning, Lucille was not in sight
I asked her friends about her but no, all their lips were tight
Lucille, please come back where you belong
I've been good to you baby
Please don't leave me alone
Lucille, won't you do your daddy's will?
Lucille, won't you do your Daddy's will?
Well you ran away and left me
And I love you still
Lucille, baby satisfy my heart
Lucille, baby satisfy my heart
I stayed for you baby
And gave you such a wonderful start


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"Lucille" as written by Joe Turner

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