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​Happy Hooker

This song is by Black Oak Arkansas and appears on the album High On The Hog (1973) and on the compilation album Hot & Nasty: The Best of Black Oak Arkansas (1993).

This poor child was standin' on a corner when
Up walked this woman that looked good all over
I had on my city duds my one and only suit
This fox picked me out and told me I was cute
I said you're cute too without further adieu
She said for fifty dollars I'll make love to you
I knew I'd have to buy more than the juice
Then she grabbed me and turned me every way but loose

She was a real fine looker, fifty dollar hooker
All night cooker, a happy hooker
With two hands that could understand, the needs of a lonely man.

I don't usually like to buy it but didn't slow down to pay.
The way she was built money couldn't stand in the way
We went to her place, 'cause we saw it first
Was no amount of money could measure what she was worth

She was a real fine looker, fifty dollar hooker
All night cooker, a happy hooker
With two hands that could understand, the needs of a lonely man.
Uh Huh all right (3x) Uh Huh all night

All I got to tell you she cured a lonely man
Though she didn't know me, she could understand
The best way I know for this story to end
For me to recommend her to all of my friends

She was a real fine looker, fifty dollar hooker
All night cooker, a happy hooker
With two hands that could understand, the needs of a lonely man.