Who Sang She's Nineteen Years Old? Buddy Guy

Buddy Guy Feels Like Rain cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Rock Blues
Style: Blues Rock/Country Blues/Chicago Blues
length: 5:44
piano: Marty Grebb
lead vocals: Buddy Guy
bass: Greg Rzab
guitar: Buddy Guy and Johnny Lee Schell
harp: Jimmy Powers
drums (drum set): Richie Hayward
lyricist: Muddy Waters
composer: Muddy Waters
I'm say'n something to you,
I don't care how you feel
You just don't realize,
you got yourself a good deal
She's nineteen years old,
and she got ways just like a baby child
Nothing I can do to please her,
I'm just try'n to make this little woman feel satisfied

I'm say'n something to you,
and I don't care if you get mad
You're 'bout the cutest little woman that I'll ever had
She's nineteen years old,
and she got ways just like a baby child
Nothing I can do to please her, oh no,
I'm just try'n to make this little woman feel satisfied

I'm say'n something to you,
and I don't care how you feel
You just don't realize,
you know you got you,
you got yourself a good deal
She's nineteen years old,
and she got ways just like a baby child
Nothing I can do to please her,
I'm just try'n to make this little woman feel satisfied

I can't ask her where she's going,
she tells me where she's been
She'll start a conversation,
that don't have no end
You know she, she's nineteen years old and she got ways just like a baby child
Nothing I can do to please her,
whoa, Lord I'm just try'n to make this little woman feel satisfied

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 She's a Superstar
  • 2 I Go Crazy
  • 3 Feels Like Rain
  • 4 She's Nineteen Years Old
  • 5 Some Kind of Wonderful
  • 6 Sufferin' Mind
  • 7 Change in the Weather
  • 8 I Could Cry
  • 9 Mary Ann
  • 10 Trouble Man
  • 11 Country Man