Lucille - B.B. King

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Intro

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The sound that you're listenin' to
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Is from my guitar that's named Lucille
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I'm very crazy about Lucille Lucille took me
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from the plantation or you might say brought me fame
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I don't think I can just talk enough about Lucille
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Sometimes when I'm blue it's seems like Lucille
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Tryin' to help me callin' my name

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I used to sing spirituals and I thought
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that This was the thing I wanted to do
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But somehow or another, when I went in the Army
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I picked up on Lucille, started singin' blues
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Well, now when I'm payin' my dues 
Maybe you don't know what
I mean when I say payin' my dues
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I mean when things are bad with me

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I can always, I can always you,
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you know, like depend on Lucille
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Sorta hard to talk to you myself I guess,
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I'll let Lucille say All of a few words and then
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You know, I doubt if you can feel it like I do

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But when I think about the things that
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I've gone through Like, well, for instance,
if I have a girlfriend and she's misusin' me
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And I go home at night, maybe I'm lonely Well,
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not maybe, I am lonely
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I pick up Lucille and then ping out those
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funny sounds That sound good to me, you know
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Sometimes I get to play it
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where I can't even say nothin'

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Look out             Sometimes I think it is cryin'

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You know if I can sing pop tunes like Frank Sinatra
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or Sammy Davis Jr. I don't think I still could do it
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'Cause Lucille don't wanna play nothin' but the blues
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And I think I'm, I think I'm pretty glad about that
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'Cause don't nobody sing to me like Lucille,

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Sing Lucille ...
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          Well, I'll put it like this, take it easy, Lucille
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I like the way Sammy sings and I like the way
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Frank sings But I can get a little Frank, Sammy,
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little Ray Charles In fact all the people
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with soul in this

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A little Mahalia Jackson in there

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One more Lucille,               take it easy now

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You know, I've met a lot of you months ago a lot of
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you wanna know why I call the guitar, Lucille
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Lucille has practically saved my life two,
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three times no kidding, really has
I remember once I was in an automobile accident
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and when the car stopped turnin' over, 
it fell over on Lucille
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And it held it up off of me, really, it held it up off
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of me so that's one time it saved my life
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The way, the way, I, uh, I came by the name of Lucille
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       I was over in Twist, Arkansas,
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I know you never heard of that
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But happened and one night, 
the guys started a ball over there
You know started brawlin', you know what
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I mean and the guy that was mad with this old lady
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When she fell over on this gas tank
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that was burnin' for heat
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The gas ran all over the floor and
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when the gas ran all over the floor

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The building caught on fire
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and almost burned me up Tryin' to save Lucille
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Uh, oh, I, I imagine you're still wondering
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why I call it Lucille The lady that started 
the brawl that night was named Lucille
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              And that's been Lucille ever since to me
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One more now, Lucille

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Sounds pretty good to me,
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can I do one more?

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                                    Look out, Lucille
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Sounds really good,
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I think I'll try one more,   alright

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