"Hey Hey" as written by and William Lee Conley Broonzy....
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
I love you baby,
Sure ain't gonna be your dog.

Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
My arms around you baby,
All I can say is hey.

Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
Hey hey. Hey hey, baby, hey.
I love you baby,
Sure ain't gonna be your dog.

Hey hey. You lost your good thing now.
Hey hey. You lost your good thing now.
You had me fooled,
I found it out somehow.


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"Hey Hey" as written by William Lee Conley Broonzy

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    General CommentWhat a great song I love the beat
    disco_blows_dogs_on April 08, 2003   Link
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    General CommentHow come nobody on this site likes Eric Clapton's unplugged album. It's the best of all the unplugged albums and won some grammy's in the process. This song is fingerpicked with a handful of other songs on the album. Clapton is simply playing the blues he craves and loves. Can't blame him.
    Nolesy101on March 07, 2006   Link

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