Ooh Yeah! Oh Yeah.

Everythin', everythin', everythin’s gonna be all right this mornin'
Ooh yeah, whoo

Now when I was a young boy, at the age of five
My mother say I was, gonna be the greatest man alive
But now I’m a man, way past 21
Want you to believe me woman,
I had lot’s of fun
I’m a man
I spell M, A, child N
That represent man
No B, [no] O child, Y
That mean mannish boy
Man, yeah
I’m a full grown man
Man
I’m a natural born lovers man
Man
I’m a rollin' stone
Man
I’m a hoochie coochie man

Sittin' on the outside, just me and my mate
You know I’m made to move honey,
Come up two hours late
Wasn’t that a man
I spell M, A child, N
That represent I’m grown
No B, O child, Y
That mean mannish boy
Man, [yeah]
I’m a full grown man
Man
I’m a natural born lovers man
Man
I’m a rollin' stone
Man, [yeah]
I’m a hoochie coochie man

Well, well, well, well,
The line I shoot will never miss
When I make love to a girl,
She can’t resist
I think I go down,
To old Kansas Stew
I’m gonna bring back my second cousin,
That little Johnny Cocheroo
All you little girls,
Sittin’out at that line
I can make love to you girl,
In five minutes time
Ain’t that a man [yeah]
I spell M, A child, N
That represent man
No B [no], O child, Y
That mean mannish boy
Man
I’m a full grown man
Man
I’m a natural born lovers man
Man
I’m a rollin' stone
Man-child
I’m a hoochie coochie man

Well, well, well, well
Well, well, well, well
Well, well, well, well
Hurry

Robertson: Wasn’t that a man; Muddy Waters!

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