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Lucille  The Everly Brothers

LUCILLE:Everly Brothers.
(First recorded by Richard Penniman(Little Richard)
who wrote it, I think, in 1953. Waylon Jennings did
another version in the'80s. Everly brothers did
it in 1957 and again on later albums.KK.
1.[D]Lucille, you don't do your sister's will,
Lu[G]cille, you don't do your sister's [D]will.
There [A]ain't nothin' to ya , but [G]I love you [D]still.[A]
2.Lu[D]cille, please come back where you belong,
L[G]ucille, please come back where you be[D]long,
I been [A]good to you baby, [G]please don't leave me [D]alone.[A]
[D]I woke up this mornin', Lucille was not in sight,
I asked my friends about her but [D7]all their lips were tight,
Lu[G]cille, please come back where you be[D]long,
I been [A]good to ya baby, [G]please don't leave me [D]alone.[A]Ohhhh!
3. [D]Lucille, baby satisfy my heart,
Oh, [G]Lucille, baby satisfy my [D]heart.
I been [A]good to ya baby, [G]gave ya such a wonderful [D]start![A]
A fifties flashback from Kraziekhat!

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