From: Regina Litman <>
Subject: Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 365 (GOLQ365)
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Date: Mon,  5 Jun 2017 11:00:32 -0400 (EDT)


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                       Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #365
               Recordings #01-25 were from 1955 through 1969
             Due 5:00 p.m. EDT (GMT-4), Friday, June 30, 2017

One for your beauty
And one for your smile
And the last hill to hold you again

There's one more thing
I got the pink slip, Daddy

Up in the mornin'
Out on the job
I work like the devil for my pay

Got to get up in the mornin'
About a quarter to eight
(Don't you know I'm bound)
I'm bound to my job

What do I do when my love is away?
(Does it worry you to be alone?)
No no
How do I feel at the end of the day?
(Are you sad 'cause you're on your own?)

Got no dough but just a nod
Will get the girls though it may seem odd
A real cool lover in his old hot rod

Sneakin' down your alleyway
And knockin' on your door
Thought I had enough
But I'm back for more
Nine to five ain't a-takin' me where I'm bound
When it's done I run out and see my baby

I'll never lose the memory of your name
In the night
That I call through the lonely years

Take care, TCB
(Sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me)

It was the third of June
Another sleepy, dusty Delta day

All of the lonely nights
Waiting for you to come
Longing to hold you tight

When the chimes ring five, six, and seven
We'll be right in seventh heaven

Said to my shock
You're on the wrong block

I didn't mean to make you cry
Let's make amends

I could make him happy
(Oh yeah)
If he'd only let me
(Oh yeah)

I'll love you forever
Till stars cease to shine
And hope someday darling that
You'll always be mine

In the morning when it's still too early to knock 
And the dusty light shines down on the block 
And reflects up and down on the hands of the clock

I wish that I'd been smart
And never adored you
You broke my heart
Easy kisses just bored you

(Stay away, baby)
I could love you so
(No no)
I could love you so
(No no)

So I'm pickin' 'em up
And I'm a-layin' 'em down
I believe he's gonna work me into the ground

When we kiss my heart's on fire
Burning with a strange desire

I go back to the house
Hear the woman's mouth
Preachin' and a-cryin'
Tell me that I'm lyin'

C'mere baby
Just a little bit closer
Turn your radio up so you can hear what I'm sayin'
Awww, now you got me turned on, baby

Up every morning just to keep a job
I gotta find my way through the hustlin' mob
Sounds of the city poundin' in my brain
While another day goes down the drain


Nothing can come between us
When it gets dark I tow your heart away

Send a message to my love
Tell him that I'll wait patiently
Sad and so lonely
Dreamin' of him only


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