Sitting On Top Of The World - Curtis Gordon

Sitting On Top Of The World

Curtis Gordon

(Curtis Gordon - Dee, MERCURY 71097, 1957)

Well, in the springtime, one sunny day
My baby left me, well she's gone away
And now she's gone, gone, gone, but I don't worry
'Cause I'm a-sittin' on top of the world

Well, I called in Dallas, down in El Paso
Sayin' come home baby, well I love you so
And now she's gone, gone, gone, and I don't worry
'Cause I'm a-sittin' on top of the world

[Spoken]
On top now, boys!
Everybody go!
Hit it now, hit it
All night long
Go cat!

If you don't like my peaches, don't you shake my tree
Stay out of my orchard, let my peaches be
But now she's gone, gone, gone, and I don't worry
'Cause I'm a-sittin' on top of the world

Don't a-come here running, holding out your hand
'Cause I can get me a woman, like you got your man
But now she's gone, gone, gone, and I don't worry
Well, I'm a-sittin' on top of the world

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