FANDOM

1,947,813 Pages

StarIconGreen
LangIcon
Just a Note

This song is by Ralph Willis and appears on the album Greatest Blues Masters (2010).

You know, I'm a stranger, mama, just come in your lonesome town
Yes, I'm a stranger, no-good gal, Ralph did come in your town
Just because I'm a stranger, now, everybody want to try to dog me around

Do you know I got a letter this mornin'? Wasn't nothin' in it but a note
Yes, I got a letter this mornin', wasn't nothin' in it but a note
You know, I says, I'm rid of that woman, I says, "Gal, I'm not no billy goat"

I say, you may think I'm crazy, your daddy's nobody's fool
Gal, you may think I'm crazy, your daddy's nobody's fool
Lord, before I'd take your doggin', I'll eat grass like a Georgia mule

You know, I'm a stranger, no-good gal, just dropped in your lonesome town
Yes, I'm a stranger, gal, just walked in your lonesome town
Just because I'm a stranger, now, everybody want to try to dog me around
Spoken: Play it on out for me, do like on a dream)

You got a lemon sittin' on your table, one is sittin' up on your shelf
You got a lemon sittin' on your table one's sittin' up on your shelf
If you just let me squeeze your lemon, gal, I 'clare, you want nobody else

I'm gon' tell you, God, want to squeeze it, while I'm sittin' in your lonesome town
Yes, I want to squeeze it, baby, while I'm sittin' in your town
I want you to catch the juice and please don't let it fall on the ground

External links