Lady B. Goode (Berry Chuck)

It was down in Louisiana right down New Orleans Back down in the '60s with the little teen queen Fell down a lassie, in love with a lad Tell her come to vindicate take the feelings she had She beated as she promised every brass she could To everybody who's been listening to her, Lady B. Goode She followed him around where he'll raise his guitar Till he got so popular that made him a star Then she could only see him on a TV screen And hoped someday that he come back to New Orleans Everybody liked her and was knocking on wood But soon there came a baby from Lady B. Goode She wanted him to rest and come back someday The Friday lights in Cleveland just keep him away But then he wrote and told her "Do not miss me We'll have you look whenever he'll be betrayed There won't be do a movie about my livelihood And I want you to play the part of Lady B. Goode" She went to see the movie when it hit the screen Babysitting Johnnie Jr. down in New Orleans So is dead and sick as he heard hime in school The one his mother told him about the golden rule Tears shed her eyes when they misunderstood When everybody knew that she was Lady B. Goode