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I Let My Daddy Do That

This song is by Hattie Hart and appears on the compilation Memphis Blues 1927-1938 (1993) and on the compilation Let Me Squeeze Your Lemon: The Ultimate Rude Blues Collection (2003).

The people call me Mama Treetop, 'cause I'm slender and tall
But when I get ready to get my ashes hauled
I lets my daddy do that, I lets my daddy do that
I lets my daddy do that, because it satisfies my worried mind

I've got a range in my kitchen, I've got a strict rule
When it gets too hot I want my oven to cool
I lets my daddy do that, I lets my daddy do that
I lets my daddy do that, because it satisfies my worried mind

You can drink my liquor, wear my clothes
But when it comes time of spendin' my dough
I lets my daddy do that, I lets my daddy do that
I lets my daddy do that, because it satisfies my worried mind

You can milk my cow, use the cream
But when it comes to lovin' me that will be in a dream
I lets my daddy do that, I lets my daddy do that
I lets my daddy do that, because it satisfies my worried mind

Spoken: Now keep a-churnin' 'til the butter come

You crank my car, shift my gear
But when any easy-ridin' goes on here
I lets my daddy do that, I lets my daddy do that
I lets my daddy do that, because it satisfies my worried mind