Hard to Handle" is a 1968 song written by American soul star Otis Redding along with Al Bell and Allen Jones. Originally recorded by Redding, it was released in 1968 as the B-side to "Amen" (shortly after the singer's sudden death in 1967). The song also appears on the 1968 album The Immortal Otis Redding. Redding's version reached on the Billboard R&B charts and on the pop charts. Numerous covers of the song exist, most notably a 1990 blues rock take on the track by band The Black Crowes.
Baby, here I am I'm the man on the scene I can give you what you want But you gotta come home with me I have got some good old lovin' And I got some more in store When I get through throwin' it on you You gotta come back for more
Album Shake Your Money Maker. Hard To Handle Lyrics. Baby, here I am, I'm a man on the scene I can give you what you want but you got to come home with me I've got some good old lovin' and I got some more in store When I get through throwin' it on you, you got to come back for more. Boys and things that come by the dozen That ain't nothin' but drugstore lovin' Hey little thing, let me light your candle Cause mama, I'm sure hard to handle now, yessiram
Hard Hard to handle now Oh yeah, yeah yeah yeah. Boys will come along a dime by the dozen That ain't nothing but ten cent lovin' Pretty little thing, let me light your candle 'Cause mama I'm sure hard to handle now, yessir'am. Yeah So hard to handle now Oh yeah. Joshua from Twin Cities, MnSeveral years ago I heard an alternate mix of "Hard to Handle" which includes a horn section. I've neither heard it nor been able to find it on CD since then. Stefanie Magura from Rock Hill, ScI love Ottis redding's version. The Black crows' version rocks to. Where can you find the greatful dead one again? I'm not a huge fan of there's but that'd be cool to here. Shane from Van Buren, ArSurely the most surreal version of this song is by Mae West.
Done Again, Stingray Music Karaoke - Du Hast Stingray Music Karaoke - Rock Vol. 23, 2009 03:54. Done Again - Don't Do Me Like That - Single (In the Style of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers) The Karaoke Channel: In the style of "Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers", Vol. 1, 2008 02:59.
Yeah Hard to handle now Oh baby. Baby here I am I'm the man on the scene I can give you what you want But you gotta' come home with me. I've got some good old lovin' And I got some more in store When I get through throwin' it on you You got to come a-runnin' back for more. Hard Hard to handle now Oh yeah, yeah yeah yeah
Hard Again is the twelfth studio album by American blues singer Muddy Waters. It was recorded by produced by Johnny Winter. Released on January 10, 1977, Hard Again was Muddy's first album on the Blue Sky label after leaving Chess Records, and was well received by critics. In August 1975, Chess Records was sold to All Platinum Records and became a reissue label only.
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