You Can Be Replaced

by Little Sonny

Little Sonny (born Aaron Willis, October 6, 1932, Greensboro, Alabama) is an American electric blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. His early mentor and inspiration was Sonny Boy Williamson II. Nevertheless, Little Sonny stated that his nickname originated with his mother. "[She] called me 'Sonny boy' from the time I can remember." He has released eight albums, including a trio on a subsidiary of Stax Records. His 1973 release, Hard Goin' Up, reached the Top 50 in the US Billboard R&B chart.




oh yeah baby
you aint gonna worry me baby
someday baby you aint gonna worry me no more
next time you leave im gonna change the locks on the door
you think you got something baby, aint nobody got but you.
you think you got something baby, aint nobody got but you.
you better think it over
when the lord made one, he sure made two

i believe in that old saying
treat me like i treat you
i believe in that old saying
treat me like i treat you
if i treat you nice and kind
treat me the same way too

dont get that feeling 
that no one can take your place

if you ever get that feeling 
your going to be replaced.

Written by: AARON WILLIS

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