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You Can't Get That Stuff No More
Tampa Red Lyrics


Got me a date with a supermodel, ha ha ha
I know, I know, I figured ""Fuck it""
Dinner at the hotel, champagne bottle
Steak and potatoes, a feather in a bucketTell me what is it we're pretendin'?
Not to know and who needs proof?
I don't need so much to remember, no no
That's how it is when you tell the truth
Woo!
How many times does somebody lie
'Til patience runs her course?
Keep that in mind, when we say goodbye
'Cause you can't get this stuff no moreThat's the thing about self-improvement
Don't get me wrong, I plan on gettin' some soon
Outside the wire somethin's movin'
The barn burnt down, now I can see the moon
A slice at a time, like a pizza pie
You serve up the truth, don't want it anymore
Keep that in mind, when we say goodbye
'Cause you can't get this stuff no more Woo!
How many times does somebody lie
'Fore patience runs her course?
Keep that in mind when we say goodbye
'Cause you can't get this stuff no more

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS
Written by: SAM THEARD, LEWIS JORDAN

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Esther Gavillet

Tampa Red - January 8, 1904 - March 19, 1981 - Shared on FB March 19, 2019

Brendon Fraser

Michael Bloomfield died one month before Tampa. Mike sought Tampa out, along with so many other bluesmen, to speak with his heroes he grew up listening to but who were forgotten by most of the world. Tampa out lived Mike by about 1 month and 40 years, but they are two of the greatest interpreters of the blues ever.

Gary

This is good stuff

buffalobilly

Love Tampa Red.

Blues Oddity

I hear where Rory Gallagher got some of his "stuff". This is brilliant!

Franck L. Goldwasser

Everybody who ever played guitar with a slide owes it to Tampa Red, from Robert Nighthawk to Johnny Winter by way of Earl Hooker and Muddy Waters.

Jeany Jerome

You Can't Get That Stuff No More by Tampa Red and Georgia Tom was written by Sam Theard and was first recorded and released by Sam Theard in 1931.

rags847

This is a great Van Halen tune!

benzolekkerkaalkanaal

@fractuss hahaha

fractuss

+rags847 Uh huh.

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