Mister Man--Part II

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Mister Man--Part II-Ida Cox, with Papa Charlie Jackson
G position, standard tuning
NOTE: Papa Charlie's responses to Ida Cox's sung lines are shown in parentheses, as is Ida Cox's response to Papa Charlie's solo.

My daddy's done quit me and the talk's all over town (Lord, man, man, man)
My daddy's done quit me and the talk's all over town (Lord, man, man, man)
And I'm too good a woman to let that talk go 'round (Lord, man, man, man)

My face may be smiling, but my heart cries out in pain (Spoken: Ah, sing it Sister Ida, sing it!)
My face may be smiling, but my heart cries out in pain (Lord, man, man, man)
I feel like screaming every time I hear his name (mister man, mister man, mister man)

Tell me, pretty papa, tell me, what have I done? (Lord, man, man, man)
Tell me, pretty papa, tell me, what have I done? (Lord, man, man, man)
I'm going to please you, papa, if it takes from dark to sun (Lord, man, man, man)

SOLO: (Spoken by Ida Cox, during solo: Oh, play that thing, sweet Papa Charlie Jackson!)

Daddy, sweet daddy, mama do double do love you (Lord, man, man, man)
Daddy, sweet daddy, mama do double do love you (I'm gettin' me a man, man, man man)
Oh, it must be that hateful, ugly way you do (Lord, man, man, man)

I'm gonna Eagle Rock you, papa, then I'm going to Sally Long (mister man, man, man, man)
I'm gonna Eagle Rock you, papa, then I'm going to Sally Long (Lord, man, man, man)
I'm going to win you back, sweet papa, and stop singing this lonesome song (Lord, man, man, man)

SOLO

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