Driving Wheel

Album: The Original Honeydripper (1936)
  • My baby don't have to worry, she don't have to rob and steal
    My baby don't have to worry, she don't have to rob and steal
    I give her everything she needs, I am her driving wheel

    She left me this morning, she said she would be back soon
    She left me this morning, she said she would be back soon
    She'll be back early Friday morning, either Saturday in the afternoon

    Everytime she walks, she shake like a leaf trembling on a tree
    Everytime she walks, she shake like a leaf trembling on a tree
    She said come home daddy, here's where you get steak, potatoes and tea Writer/s: ROOSEVELT SYKES
    Publisher: THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
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