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That's Your Business Now

This song is by Joe Cocker and appears on the album Joe Cocker! (1969).

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(Shall I count it in?)
(Certainly)
(1,2,3,4)

Ain't you glad that you've got nothing to say
Ain't you glad that you've nowhere to pray
Oh, baby, that's your business now

Ain't you glad you got nothing to do
Don't you know I'm depending' on you
Hey baby, that's your business now

When it's all over and you're lying in your rug
And then you start to feel that certain kind of bug
Don't feel uneasy, just give her a knee
She's just some woman trying to get some speed, yeah

Ain't you glad that you've got nothing to feel
Ain't you glad that it's all so real
Hey baby, somebody shine on me
Lay down

Back into bridge

When it's all over and you're sitting in your rug
Then you starting to get that sweet old passing bug
Oh, don't feel uneasy, just give her a knees
Just some woman trying to get some speed, Lord

Ain't you glad that you've got nothing to hide
Ain't you glad that you've got nothing to decide
Hey baby, that's your business now

Ain't you glad that you've got nowhere to weep
Ain't you glad that you've got nothing to seep
Hey sweetie, that's your business now

Ain't you glad
Oh, ain't you glad
That you don't feel bad

Ain't you glad
Oh, ain't you glad
Ain't you glad than don't feel bad

Credits

Written by:

Joe Cocker / Chris Stainton Wikipedia16

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