David Landon

David Landon

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Blues - Rock | Berkeley, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 165   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

A bluesy, med tempo tune about how this man's woman treats him all wrong, but he just can't leave her...


Now listen to me people, I?ll only say it one time.
My woman ain?t no good and she?s messin? up my mind.
She?s hardly ever home, and when I see her you can bet
I?ll say, ?Where you been now Baby?? and she?ll say, ?I forget.?
Well she?s no lady-she?s that no good woman of mine.

Last week I had decided I would let my baby know
That she may be an actress, but she ain?t starring in my show.
I said, ?Now listen baby, I ain?t tryin? to be rude??
She said, ?You better save it honey ?cause I ain?t in the mood.?
Well she?s no lady-she?s that no good woman of mine.


Well my baby don?t talk real sweet to me.
She treats me just like a fool.
And though I ought to leave her for someone new
I know that no one else could ever make love like she do.

Now just the other day I had a talk with my best friend.
He said, ?You got to leave her- she?ll bring you to your end.?
I said to my good buddy, ?well that?s something that I know.
But if her lovin? kills me, that?s the only way to go.?
Well she?s no lady-she?s that no good woman of mine.


Now you may say I?m crazy. I mean, really out of my mind
To stay with a no good woman who treats me so unkind.
But my baby?s a voodoo doctor. I?m a victim to her spell.
But I tell you right now that no body, no how, could yank my chain so well.
Well she?s no lady-she?s that no good woman of mine.

Song Length
Blues - Rock, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Uptight, Troubled

Subject Matter
Bad Love, Dysfunctional Relations

Similar Artists
Robert Cray, Johnny Winter
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits David Landon
Music Credits David Landon
Producer Credits David Landon
Publisher Credits Whip Records
Performance Credits David Landon:guitar,vocals, Ed Michaels:drums, Parris Bertolucci: B3, David Becker : bass. Michaels Peloquin; Sax, Tim Higland; Trumpet
Label Credits Whip Records