Jeff Cook

Jeff Cook

 Buckeye, Arizona, USA
BandBluesRock

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Don't You Judge Me

Written By: Jeff Cook

Don’t Judge Me

Well now, all of my life I’ve been working 12 hour days for my hard earned pay
All of my life I’ve been working 12 hour days for my hard earned pay
Well now, don’t you judge me baby because on the weekends I like to play

Well it seems to me that there are always people around that are willing to tell
Me what it is I’m supposed to be doing
Well there ain’t no shortage of people around that seem to think that they tell me
What it is I’m supposed to be doing
Well don’t you judge me baby just because I don’t satisfy you

In the world today every man has his share of troubles and pain
Oh yeah baby, in this world today every man has his share of troubles and pain
Well don’t you judge me baby, just because I’m the same

It’s the truth, now baby, for an honest man everything always works out in the end
Well I say it’s true now baby, for an honest man it always works out in the end
So don’t you judge me baby if you want to be my friend

Little Senorita

Written By: Jeff Cook

Little Senorita

I met a sweet little woman and she looked so fine
I told her straight up, I’m gonna make you mine
She had a heavy accent but I knew she understood
No hablo espanol but it’s all good
Don’t play hard to get
She’s gonna be
My Little Senorita

I got up the nerve and asked her on a date
She accepted my offer and said don’t be late
I pulled up to the curb at quarter to seven
She looked like an angel dropped down from heaven
Knock my socks off baby
She wants to be
My Little Senorita

We went to a movie and then had a few drinks
Things were moving along and I began to think
She was looking real sexy and it was getting’ real late
We went back to her place and man that was great
Ay Caramba!
She is
My Little Senorita

A few years go by and things just ain’t the same
She turned real mean and I ain’t playin’ that game
It was a tough decision but I knew we had to part
It made me real sad and it broke her heart
Adios baby
She was
My Little Senorita