Doing All Right - Eddie Cash & The Cashiers

Doing All Right

Eddie Cash & The Cashiers

(H.R. Chambers, PEAK 1001, 1958)

Well, I thought I had to have your lovin'
I thought I had to have your huggin'
But another little girl has a come my way
Now I get my lovin' both night and day

Well, I'm doing all right
Yes, I'm doing all right
Doing all right without you now

I thought it would you love me more
If I came and sat at your front door
But you got too mean and hard to tame
Baby baby, you'll never have my name

Well, I'm doing all right
Yes, I'm doing all right
Doing all right without you now

Well, someday you're gonna want me back again
And the tears will begin to flow
I'll look into your big blue eyes
And say, no no no

I'm doing all right
Doing all right
Doing all right without you now

Well, I thought you would be my baby some day
And learned to do everything my way
If I came and sat at your front door
But you got too mean and hard to tame
Baby baby, you'll never have my name

Well, I'm doing all right
Yes, I'm doing all right
Doing all right without you now

Also recorded by Jack Rabbit Slim

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