AINíT NOBODYíS BUSINESS BUT MY OWN
Writer: Irving Taylor

Publishers: Kiss Music Company(ASCAP)

 

I get a man to love on Sunday
Then I get another on Monday
Ainít nobodyís business but my own
Well it ainít nobodyís business
And it ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

You come over sayin ďHere I amĒ
Then you hear the back door slam
Itís nobodyís business but my own
Well it ainít nobodyís, no, no, it ainít
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Well it ainít nobodyís business
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own
Well it ainít nobodyís business
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Nobodyís business
Well it ainít nobodyís business
Nobodyís business but my own
Well it ainít no, no, no, it ainít
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Well ainít so smart and I ainít good lookiní
How come I got so much cookiní
Well its nobodyís business but my own
Well it ainít nobodyís business
No, nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Well you tell me youíre in bed by seven
How come your lights are on past eleven
Well nobodyís business but my own
Oh it ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Well it ainít nobodyís business
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own
Oh, oh, it ainít nobodyís business
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

 

Nobodyís business
It ainít nobodyís no, no it ainít
It ainít nobodyís business but my own
Oh it ainít nobodyís, no, no
It ainít nobodyís business
Itís nobodyís business but my own

Nobodyís business etcÖ

 

NOTES

 

A recording session exists for this unreleased song. It dates from 1975 and was made at Creative Workshops, Nashville Tennessee. These sessions resulted in SUNSET AND OTHER BEGINNINGS.