• Artist: The Black Lillies
  • Title: Nobody's Business
  • Genre: Country - Contemporary/Pop
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 4/19/2012
  • Lyric themes: Rebellious, Stubborness, Affair, Independence, Infidelity Cheating
  • Lyrics: Good morning momma, tell me where you been Good morning momma, tell me where you been You know the sun is shinin’ and you just come a creepin’ in Good mornin’ darlin’, tell me where’d you stay last night Good mornin’ darlin’, tell me where’d you stay last night I saw you runnin’ underneath the moonlight Ain’t nobody’s business, but mine and my own Ain’t nobody’s business, but mine and my own I can see it in your eyes, you ain’t been alone You better double down daddy, cause one thing is for sure You better double down daddy, cause one thing is for sure I’m a free wheelin’ momma and you better not ask for more You been good to me woman, give me all your love You been good to me woman, give me all your love But you know there’s a difference from what will be and what was Good mornin’ darlin’, you know the sun is shinin’ bright Good morning darlin’, you know that sun is shinin’ bright Come home to your daddy you know that I’ll treat you right Come home to your momma, you know that I’ll treat you right Come home to your baby, you know that I’ll treat you right.
  • Keywords: Bass, Guitar, Nashville

About The Black Lillies

The Black Lillies

Knoxville, TN United States

The Black Lillies

Those familiar with the background of Black Lillies frontman Cruz Contreras are often struck with a single question when the man opens his mouth to sing:

Why?

Why, given the rich baritone that can range from languid to intense, from reverently hushed to brashly bombastic, did it take so long?

Obviously, he’s no stranger to music. He is the man who loaned out his initials to Robinella and the CCstringband, which flirted with national fame a few years ...

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