"Rhythm & Blues" as written by and Josiah David Johnson Kenneth Joseph Hensley Jr....
Ain't it nice to be so lucky
Ain't it nice to be so loved
Oh, come on darlin', won't you let me
Won't you let me drive you home

'Cause I've had the rhythm and blues since the day you met me
Stepped on my blue suede shoes, watch Elvis go crazy
Oh, come on darlin', won't you let me
Won't you let me turn you on

'Cause no one likes to be so lonely
No one likes to feel alone
Oh, come on darlin', won't you let me
Won't you let me drive you home
I'll drive you home

Oh, come on darlin', won't you let me
Won't you let me turn you on

I know my faithful mind is so blind
I've been running out on everyone and everything 'til now
If it's Monday or Sunday

Well, I've got the rhythm and blues since the day you met me
Stepped on my blue suede shoes you made Elvis go crazy
Oh, come on darlin', won't you let me
Won't you let me turn you on


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"Rhythm & Blues" as written by Josiah David Johnson Kenneth Joseph Hensley Jr

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