I'll Be Doggone

Lyrics: Robinson, Moore, Tarplin
Music: Robinson, Moore, Tarplin

Played by Bob Weir with Bobby & The Midnites

Well I'll bedoggone
If I wouldn't work all day
And I'll be doggone
If I wouldn't bring you my pay
But if I ever caught you running around
Blowing my money all over this town
Then I wouldn't be doggone
I'd be long gone

I'll be doggone
If you ain't a pretty thing
And I'll be doggone If you ain't warm as a breath of spring
And if we live to be a hundred years old
If you ever let that string turn cold
Then I wouldn't be doggone
I'd be long gone

Now did you hear me
Well now what I'd say
Oh believe me
Well every woman should try to be
Whatever her man wants her to be
And I don't want much
All I want from you is for you to be true to me
I'll be doggone
If love ain't a man's best friend
Oh baby
And I'll be doggone
If you ain't the loving end

Though I know you make me feel like nobody could
If I ever found out that you're no good
Then I wouldn't be doggone
I'd be long gone
I wouldn't be doggone
Ganna catche me a train
I wouldn't be doggone
I'm gonna catch me a plane
Gonna get out of here
Gonna leave you baby
Bob Weir Recordings
     Date Recorded By Album
     Studio 1977 Heaven Help The Fool Bob Weir


 


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