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Famous Blues Covers: The Doors, "Back Door Man"





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Back Door Man was written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Chester Burnett aka Howlin' Wolf on June 1960.

It was released in 1961. The Doors made a blues rock adaption for their 1967 self-titled debut album.













"Wha, yeah

C'mon, yeah, yeah, c'mon, yeah
I am a, yeah, I'm a back door man
I'm a back door man
The men don't know, but the little girls understand
Hey, all you people that tryin' to sleep
I'm out to make it with my midnight dream, yeah
'Cause I'm a back door man
The men don't know, but the little girls understand
All right, yeah
You men eat your dinner, eat your pork and beans
I eat more chicken than any man ever seen, yeah, yeah
I'm a back door man, wha
The men don't know, but the little girls understand
Well, I'm a back door man
I'm a back door man
Whoa, baby, I'm a back door man
The men don't know, but the little girls understand."
Source: LyricFind
Composed by Willie Dixon
Lyrics of Back Door Man © BMG Rights Management

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