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Roderick/Ashford (Clean Slate Music-BMI)


3. Queen of the Street
Five rings for your fingers
Six strings for your tunes
Let me see that smile you smile
When someone's pleasing you
Come on by and let me try
To put you in the mood
Come on down around the corner
Who is it who keeps you on your honor honey
No need to cheat
No need to steal
How does it feel
Queen of the street

No more deaf and dumb now baby
Phony factory
Mansions in your highest places
Never will see me
Women of my past
I heard sing the blues
Orphan eyes rhinestone ribbons
Five and dime killer women
they don't cheat
They don't steal
How does it feel
Queen of the street

Duck for the oyster
Dig for the clam
Just wanna swing
You and your partner
From up on the old bandstand
You get hot we'll get hotter
'Til we all out of hand
Alamand left and start your starter
Gonna work up
A little clam chowder baby
We gonna rock we gonna reel
How does it feel
Queen of the street


from When Im Gone, released February 12, 2014
Judy Roderick (voc, gtr), Don DeBacker (gtr), Dexter Payne (alto sax), Tim Martin (bass), Chaz Leary (washboard)
Recorded by Malcomb Addey at JAC, NYC, Aug 1983



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Judy Roderick Boulder, Colorado

Judy Roderick was a white girl singing blues on the folk scene in the 60s. A simple but decisive rhythm guitarist who later preferred not to play, Judy made her place singing songs like Baltimore Oriole &Black and Blue. This album consists primarily of her later original work. CDs available at Dexofon Records. ... more

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