"Lawdy Miss Clawdy" is a rhythm and blues song by New Orleans singer/songwriter Lloyd Price that "grandly introduced The New Orleans Sound".  It was first recorded ...
"Lawdy Miss Clawdy" is a song by Lloyd Price. It was first recorded by Price at the New Orleans recording studio of Specialty Records in March of 1952.
Lyrics to Lawdy Miss Clawdy by Elvis Presley: Well, Lawdy, Lawdy, Lawdy Miss Clawdy / Girl, you sure look good to me / But, please, don't
Lawdy Miss Clawdy lyrics by Lloyd Price: Lawdy miss clawdy / Oh, now lawdy lawdy lawdy, Miss Clawdy, / girl, you sure look good to me.
Well lawdy, lawdy, lawdy miss clawdy Girl you sure look good to me But please don't excite me baby I know it can't be me Well as a girl you want my money
Watch the video or listen to Lloyd Price – Lawdy Miss Clawdy for free. Lawdy Miss Clawdy appears on the album Specialty Profiles: Lloyd Price. Discover more music ...
Lyrics to 'Lawdy Miss Clawdy' by Elvis Presley. Well, lawdy, lawdy, lawdy, Miss Clawdy / Well, you sure look good to me / Well, please, don't excite me, baby /
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Elvis recorded this song: February 3, 1956. At the RCA Studios in New York. It is written by: Lloyd Price. It is available on : Elvis 75, Elvis Presley ...