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Carry It Right Back Home

This song is by Ed Bell and appears on the compilation album Ed Bell "Mamlish Blues" (1927-1930) (1992).

Look here, woman, makin' me mad
Come bringin' me somethin' somebody done had
Carry it right back home, I don't want it no more

Let me tell you what these women do
Go out and get somethin', bring it home to you
You can carry it back home, I don't want it no more

Now you need not think, 'cause you look cute
I tried to put up with the way you do
Carry it right back home, I don't want it no more

The woman I love, she's long and tall
When she grab you and shake you, you're bound to fall
Got to carry it back home, I don't want it no more

Spoken: Oh, play that thing, sweet papa Barefoot Bill

Now bring this thing down to a test
A long tall man, you know, is the best
Now, right home, I don't want it no more

A short sort of man goes "bump da-bump"
'Cause he ain't got the movement in his
Carry it right back home, I don't want it no more

Spoken: Carry it right on back home, mama, 'cause I don't want it chere

Know what you been doin' by the whiff of your jaw
Might hit you so hard, might join your great grandpa
Carry it right back home, I don't want it no more

You need not come here, you're not gettin' none of mine
You left a man on the doorstep, hollerin' and cryin'
Carry it right back to him, I don't want it no more