Big Bill Broonzy, Sonny Terry Mindin' My Own Business cover

Mindin' My Own Business
by Big Bill Broonzy & Sonny Terry
Lyrics


Released
Nov 30, 1959

Mindin' My Own Business Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
I'm just mindin' my own business
Lord, and I'm leavin' other peoples alone
Yeah, I'm just mindin' my own business
Oh, and I'm leavin' other peoples alone
Verse 2
Oh, because I got plenty of trouble
Already in my home
Verse 3
Good book proudly tell you
You gotta reap just what you sow
Good book proudly tell you
You gotta reap just what you sow
Verse 4
I declare you gotta repay, hoo, Lord
I don't care why you go
Verse 5
Some men spend all their money on gamblin'
All in good time
Yeah, some men spend all their money on gamblin'
Baby, in good time
Verse 6
Oh, but why should I worry
When I do what I wanna do with mine
It take me six months to attend to my business
Six months to leave other peoples alone
Verse 7
Six months to attend to my business
Six months to leave other peoples alone
Yeah, by the time I do that
I declare the whole twelve months is gone
Verse 8

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