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I'm Gonna Get Married - Lloyd Price

I'm Gonna Get Married

Stagger Lee
oldies 50s rhythm and blues Lloyd Price soul



Lloyd Price (born 9 March 1933 in Kenner, Louisiana) was a soul music star and early rock and roll pioneer who had a big hit with “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”, a track he wrote (featuring Fats Domino on piano) that topped the R&B charts for seven weeks in 1952. Staying with Specialty Records, Price then released "Oooh, Oooh, Oooh", "Restless Heart", "Tell Me Pretty Baby" and "Ain't It a Shame". He was then drafted and ended up in Korea from 1953-1956. Show more ...

I'm Gonna Get Married - Lloyd Price

I'm gonna get married
Lloyd Price

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(Johnny, Johnny, Johnny)
(Johnny, you're too young.) But I'm gonna get married.
(You're so young.) My name she'll carry.
(You're too young, and Johnny, you're so smart.) But not smart enough to hide
an aching heart.

How come my heart deserts me, burning full of love and desire?
How come every time she kisses me, it sets my soul on fire?
How come every time she leaves me, it seems like I've lost a part?
I may be too young to marry but not to hide an aching heart.

(Johnny, you're too young.) But I'm gonna get married.
(You're so young.) My name she'll carry.
(You're too young, and Johnny, you're so smart.) But not smart enough to hide
an aching heart.

How come every time she kisses me, it thrills me from head to toe?
How come every time I see her, it lifts me right off the floor?
How come every time I'm with her she whispers so soft and low?
It makes me want to jump and holler and bump my head into a door.

(Johnny, you're too young.) But I'm gonna get married.
(You're so young.) My name she'll carry.
(You're too young, and Johnny, you're so smart.) But not smart enough to hide
an aching heart.

(Too young.) But I'm gonna get married.
(You're so young.) My name she'll carry.
(You're too young.) But I'm gonna get married.
(You're so young.) My name she'll carry.
(You're too young.)

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