The Things That I Used To Do
Chuck Berry Lyrics


Things that I used to do,
Some I won't do no more
Things that I used to do
Some I won do no more

Used to sit and hold your hand, baby
Begging you, not today

Used to search all night for you baby
And I search always anything
Used to search all night for you baby
And I search always anything
Yeah, and I new alone again, darlin
You was out somewhere with your other man

I gonna send you back to your mother, baby
Or I gonna back to my family too
I gonna send you back to your mother, baby
Or I gonna back to my family too

Nothing I ever do pleases you, darlin
Or I just can get along with you.

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Written by: EDDIE JONES

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Jesús Oliver

1965, meanwhile Elvis was filming Harum Scarum... Never saw Chuck Berry so involved with a song. Maybe he was a Bluesman deep inside. Great cover of this Guitar Slim's classic

Robert Wills

He almost goes into a duckwalk , but pulls back and says, "Just for now, it's all blues. We'll rock n roll later 'til the break of dawn."

MsRockett88

Guitar Slim would be proud of this version. Rock on Chuck Berry!

Ace Reece

@Boston Jase Awesome! It took about 20 mins but it reallyworked!

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Medusa Torrez

Only king of rock n roll ☝️

Daytimerocker

He was a rock n roller for sure, also a blues man

homesick clifford

Daytimerocker 😯
Other way around man rock came from blues these cats present gettin a real treat American Bluesman look closer some of his voicings are who he really was, I say was because he had to get that dollar and the white kids had most of it so rock n roll back then white parents didn't want no back idols, he was really a smart dude, all that showmanship wasn't seen in most bluesmen this might been where " duckwalk" began may Little Richard too fits this description😯

Philip Pankhurst

The great man in his pomp. Incredible performance from a guy at the top of his game.

Martin Hess

Those four chords starting at 4:09 ... what a master.

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