Baby Please Don
B.B. King Lyrics


Baby, please don't go
Baby, please don't go
Baby, please don't go, down to New Orleans
You know I love you so

Before I be your dog
Before I be your dog
Before I be your dog
I get you way'd out here, and let you walk alone
Turn your lamp down low
Turn your lamp down low
Turn your lamp down low
I beg you all night long, baby, please don't go

You brought me way down here
You brought me way down here
You brought me way down here
'bout to Rolling Forks, you treat me like a dog

Baby, please don't go
Baby, please don't go
Baby, please don't go, back the New Orleans
I beg you all night long

Before I be your dog
Before I be your dog
Before I be your dog
I get you way'd out here, and let you walk alone

You know your man down gone
You know your man down gone
You know your man down gone
To the country farm, with all the shackles on

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Written by: MCKINLEY MORGANFIELD

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Doug Still

As the story goes, back in the 60s when the Stones were just starting out, their first stop after landing in Chicago was Chess Records. Muddy Waters recording studio. They came in hopes of meeting Muddy in person. After walking up the stairs they saw a man on a ladder painting the ceiling in the hallway. Keith said “Excuse me sir, would you tell us if Muddy Waters is here?”

The man put down his paint brush, got down off the ladder, wiped off his hands and extended his hand to Keith.

“I’m Muddy Waters” he said.

Keith’s jaw hit the floor.

-From Keith Richards biopic “Under the Influence”



All comments from YouTube:

Mary M

The man playing the harmonica is my grandpa. Mojo Buford

E G

@Veronica B. - Actress 1981

Flavio Borges

wow. Lucky you

Richard mark Jones

Total dude

TheLaniebaby

Great talent!!

Judith Mcdonald

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JOE BLOW

Everybody’s got this backwards. The Rolling Stones wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for men like Muddy Waters. “They” were lucky to be able to sit in with a living legend.
Muddy put the unk into the funk

dennis buhi

They took their name from one of Muddy's songs.

Sam Harrison

I think the Stones would agree with you! :)

geary wimberly

The were late for Muddy‼️

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