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Late Hours At Midnight
by Elmore James And The Broom Dusters, & The Broom Dusters
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Released
July 1, 2009
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Late Hours At Midnight Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Well I laid down one night, late one Saturday night
Well I laid down one night, late one Saturday night
I was thinkin' 'bout my baby, and she just wouldn't treat me right
Verse 2
I didn't mistreat you baby, honey why don't you treat me right
I didn't mistreat you baby, honey why don't you treat me right
I been weepin' on my pillow, because you didn't come home last night
Verse 3
You got evil ways baby, you won't let me sleep at night
You got evil ways baby, you won't let me sleep at night
I got to find me another woman, that don't want to fuss and fight
Verse 4
Well goodbye baby, I may never see you any more
Well goodbye baby, I may never see you any more
But you should always remember darlin', Ill love you everywhere I go

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