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Drop Down Mama
by John Hammond

Drop down mama
Let your daddy see
you got something down there
that keeps on worryin' me.

But my mama don't allow me
to fool around
She's sayin' "son you're too young now.
some woman might put you down."

Go 'way from my window
Stop scratchin' 'round my screen
you're so evil woman
And I know what you mean.

Any my mama don't allow me
To fool around
She's sayin' "son, you're too young now,
some woman might put you down."

I got three women livin'
on the same damn road
one does my cookin'
one does my washin'
one pays my room and board.

And my mama don't allow me
to fool around
She's sayin' "son, you're too young now,
some woman might put you down."

Drop down mama
Let your daddy see
You got something down there
that keeps worryin' me

And my mama don't allow me
to fool around
She's sayin' "son you're too young now,
some woman might put you down."
"Son you're to young no,
some woman might put you down."

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heebhunk

John Hammond American treasure!

Glenn Becker

I saw him open for Stevie Ray Vaughan and he was astounding ... but the crowd was extremely disrespectful, wanting only SRV. It was embarrassing to be in that audience.

pat clair

I've been fortunate to see him several times, but always in a right venue. One small enough he sat at the bar on his break, and nobody bothered him at all. That was a show, he played a long time for a less than full house. Place was a dump, don't know who booked him in.

Bloodaxe1300

That is sad, I've seen it before at many other concerts.

videocurios

The best living country bluesman Amazing stuff

Edward R O'Neil

yea, he loves and I likes! that's letting it all hang out!! Hip, Hip Hurray!!

im annonymous

i was 15 , and john played the community college , ft mac , canada
And it changed my life, , i was the youngest kid in the theatre , i went home and picked up my guitar, i aint put it down since............

Ray Purchase

Lucky oil PATCH worker

Philip Duncan

The most powerful performance witnessed in my life was watching this human wrecking ball "single handed" tear down the Double Door back around 88 or 89?

Mss josef

the definition of "cool"
this Man really got the blues

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