"You Upset Me Baby [1954]" as written by Riley B. King and Jules Bihari....
Yes, she's thirty-six in the bust, twenty-eight in the waist
Forty-four in the hip, she got real crazy legs
You upset me baby, yes, you upset me baby
Well, like being hit by a fallen tree
Woman, what you do to me

Well, she's not too tall, complexion is fair
Man she knocked me out the way she wears her hair
You upset me baby, yes, you upset me baby
Well, like being hit by a fallen tree
Woman, what you do to me, yes

Well, she's not too tall, complexion is fair
Man she knocked me out the way she wears her hair
You upset me baby, yes, you upset me baby
Well, like being hit by a fallen tree
Woman, what you do to me

Well I, tried to describe her, it's hard to start
Better stop now because I got a weak heart
You upset me baby, yes, you upset me baby
Well, like being hit by a fallen tree
Woman, what you do to me


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"You Upset Me Baby" as written by Maxwell Davis Jules Bihari

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