"Candyman" as written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter....
Come all you pretty women with your hair a hanging down
Open up your windows 'cause the Candyman's in town
Come on boys and gamble, roll those laughing bones
Seven come eleven, boys I'll take your money home

Look out, look out, the Candyman
Here he comes and he's gone again
Pretty lady ain't got no friend
Till the Candyman comes around again

I come in from Memphis where I, I learned to talk the jive
When I get back to Memphis, be one less man alive
Good morning Mr. Benson, I see you're doing well
If I had me a shotgun, I'd blow you straight to Hell

Look out, look out, the Candyman
Here he comes and he's gone again
Pretty lady ain't got no friend
Till the Candyman comes around again

Ooh, ooh, ooh
Ooh, ooh, ooh

Come on boys and wager, if you have got the mind
If you've got a dollar boys, lay it on the line
Hand me my old guitar, pass the whiskey 'round
Won't you tell everybody you meet that the Candyman's in town, 'own

Look out, look out, the Candyman
Here he comes and he's gone again
Pretty lady ain't got no friend
Till the Candyman comes around again

Look out, look out, the Candyman
Here he comes and he's gone again
Look out, look out, the Candyman


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"Candyman" as written by Robert C. Hunter Jerome J. Garcia

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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