It Ain’t Nobody’s Business But Our Own

Lyrics Shared By: Jennifer

Ernie: You’ve been my guest a lot of times
How come your poems never rhyme

June: Well, it ain’t nobody’s business, but my own

Johnny: Well, Ern, if, uh, June was there and done her best
How come I never was your guest

Ernie: It ain’t nobody’s business, but my own

Ernie: John Carter’s cute as he can be
How come you didn’t name him after me

Johnny and June: Well, it ain’t nobody’s business, but our own

June: There’s one thing I’d like to know
How come you both sing down so low

Ernie and Johnny: Ain’t nobody’s business, but our own

Ernie, Johnny, June: Nobody’s business, nobody’s business
Nobody’s business, but our own
Nobody’s business, nobody’s business
Nobody’s business, but our own

Ernie: I have been watching your show a long time, John and I’m sure glad that you’re featuring a lot of our wonderful, young, talented people.

Johnny: Yeah.

June: Yeah, we like the young people. We like their kind of music. It’s fine.

Ernie: I do too, June, but answer this for me, will you?
There’s one thing I’d like to know
Where did they get them crazy clothes

Johnny and June: Well, it ain’t nobody’s business, but their own

Johnny: Now here’s a group that’ll do it right

Ernie: I wonder what they’ll sing tonight

Kenny Rogers: It ain’t nobody’s business, but our own
The First Edition:
Nobody’s business, nobody’s business
Ain’t nobody’s business, but our own
Nobody’s business, nobody’s business
Ain’t nobody’s business, but our own

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