Who Sang Lawdy Miss Clawdy? Lloyd Price

Lloyd Price The Exciting Lloyd Price cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: Lloyd Price
release date: 1959
genres: Rock Funk / Soul
styles: Rock & Roll/Rhythm & Blues
length: 2:33
conductor: Dave Bartholomew
lead vocals: Lloyd Price
piano: Fats Domino
trumpet: Dave Bartholomew
guitar: Ernest McLean
tenor saxophone: Joseph Harris
bass: Frank Fields
drums (drum set): Earl Palmer
lyricist: Lloyd Price
composer: Lloyd Price
Well, now, lawdy, lawdy, lawdy, Miss Clawdy
Girl, you sure look good to me
Well, please don't excite me baby
Know it can't be me

Because I gave you all my money
Girl, but you just won't treat me right
You like to ball in the mornin'
Don't come back till late at night

I'm gonna tell, tell my mama
Lord, I swear to god, what you been doing to me
I'm gonna tell everybody
That I'm down in misery

Well, now, lawdy, lawdy, lawdy, Miss Clawdy
Lord, I swear to god you look good to me
You just a-wheelin' and rockin', baby
Just as fine as you can be

Well, so bye, bye-bye, baby
Girl, I won't be comin' no more
Good-bye, cruel little darlin'
Down the road I go

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Stagger Lee
  • 2 I Wish Your Picture Was You
  • 3 Talking About Love
  • 4 What Do You Do To My Heart?
  • 5 You Need Love
  • 6 Mailman Blues
  • 7 Where Were You (On Our Wedding Day)?
  • 8 Why
  • 9 Lawdy Miss Clawdy
  • 10 Oh, Oh, Oh
  • 11 A Foggy Day
  • 12 Just Because