The Canettes Blues Band - Lyrics

Good Morning Little School Girl

H.G. Demarais (Grateful Dead version attributed to Sonny Boy Williamson)

      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Tell your moma and your papa, I'm a little schoolboy too
      Come on now pretty baby, I just can't help myself
      You're so young and pretty, I don't need nobody else
      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Don't you hear me crying

      I'm gonna leave you baby about the break of day
      On account of the way you treat me, I got to stay away
      Come on now pretty baby, I told you to come on home
      You know I love you baby, I gotta get you all alone
      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Can't you hear me crying

      I'm gonna buy me an airplane, fly all over your town
      Tell everybody baby, Lord know you're fine
      Come on now pretty baby, I just can't help myself
      You're so young and pretty, I don't need nobody else
      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Can't you hear me crying

      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Good morning little schoolgirl, can I come home with you
      Tell your moma and your papa, I'm a schoolboy too
      I'm a schoolboy too
      Hey, I'm a schoolboy too
      I want to be your chauffeur
      I want to ride your little machine
      I want to be your chauffeur
      I want to ride with your little machine
      I want to put a tiger, baby
      I want to put a tiger, baby
      I want to put a tiger, baby
      Hey in your sweet little tank
      Hey baby now, yes I do
      Huh, oh yes I do now
      Hey, I gotta
      Hey, I gotta come on home with you
      Tell your mother
      Baby, tell your papa
      Tell your mom and your papa
      Hey, I'm a schoolboy too
      Hey, hey, I'm a schoolboy too
      Huh, huh, I'm a schoolboy too
      Huh, I wanna take your company
      Hey, I wanna be your company
    
Modified: 19-May-2003