"Coffee Grindin' Blues" as written by and Lucille Bogan....
Ain't nobody, it ain't nobody
Ain't nobody in town can grind a coffee like mine

I drink so much coffee until I grind it in my sleep
I drink so much coffee, I grind it in my sleep
And when it get like that, you know it can't be beat

It's so doggone good that it made me bite my tongue
It's so doggone good it made me bite my tongue
I'll keep it for my daddy, ain't gonna give nobody none

I ain't ever loved it this way before
I ain't ever loved it this way before
And I hope the Lord that I won't love it any more

I've got so now that I can't control my mind
I've got so now that I can't control my mind
I go to bed blue and I get up crying

It's so doggone good that it made me talk out of my head
It's so doggone good, it made me talk out of my head
And it's better to me than any that I have ever had

Now I grind my coffee, at two and three dollars a pound
I grind my coffee, at two and three dollars a pound
And it ain't no more cheap like mine in town

It's so doggone good until it'll make you bite your tongue
It's so doggone good that it'll make you bite your tongue
And I'm a coffee grindin' mama and won't you let me grind you some?


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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