"Boogie Man" as written by and Dewayne Blackwell....
I got a funky reputation
'Cause I like to get low down
All of you mothers better lock up your daughters
'Cause the booglie man's in town
They call me the boogie man
Nobody can do it like I can
They call me the boogie man
I'm a king sized boogie man

The sherrif has got my number
He locked me up last fall
'Cause I taught his daughter
how to do the boogie
And I can't go back at all
They call me the boogie man
Nobody can do it like I can
They call me the boogie man
I'm a king sized boogie man

I used to play in a traveling band
Down on the county line
I went down there to do some boogie
And I wound up doing time
They call me the boogie man
Nobody can do it like I can
They call me the boogie man
I'm a king sized boogie man

I tell all you good time women
And you debutants on the ball
Just a little taste of my good boogie
And I'll make you climb the walls
They call me the boogie man
Nobody can do it like I can
They call me the boogie man
I'm a king sized boogie man


Lyrics submitted by Sepp

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