Slow Blues

Lyrics: Unknown (Bo Diddley?)
Music: Unknown (Bo Diddley?)

This was sung by Bo Diddley on 25 March 1972, with the Grateful Dead backing him on stage. The title is unknown - I haven't yet been able to identify it from the lists of Bo Diddley's recorded works.

I know you don't love me no more baby
I can tell by the way you look at me
I know you don't love me no more baby
I can tell by the way you look at me
Well now you know I'm so [cross and tired]
All down deep in misery

I want to tell you something
You ain't [slick] you can't [stand the breeze]
I want to tell you something darling
You ain't [slick] you can't [stand the breeze]
Well know you got nothing [left in] my life
'Cause you never tell tell me where you've been

Now you don't stay home no more
You always say you're going to your mama's house
Now you don't stay home no more
You always say you're going to your mama's house
Well now every time I call the house
Your step-daddy say [?] you're out

I saw you've been running
You've been running around with old Cadillac Slim
I saw you've been running
You've been running around with old Cadillac Slim
I know you think I don't know
That you've been running around with him
(Thanks to Norbert Jung for the tape)

Background
I have checked a number of possible Bo Diddley tracks to find out what this song is, without success. It is not, for example, "You Don't Love Me (You don't Care)").

One song with which it has a few lyrics in common is "I Can Tell." But it's not the same song: the tempo and melody are different.
I can tell because it's plain to see
I can tell the way you look at me
The way you know, you hold my hand
Yes, pretty baby I can understand
I can tell, I can tell
I know you don't love me no more

No more, no more
No more, a-no more
I can tell, I can tell
I know you don't love me no more

I asked your mama and your papa, too
What more can a poor man do?
Now, you been runnin' with a heart-breaker, Charlie Brown
Yes, a new boy's why you put me down
I can tell, I can tell
I know you don't love me no more

Well, you won't answer your telephone
When I knock on your door, they say that you ain't home
Your sister let me in and tell me I can wait
When you come home, you show up real late
Now I can tell, oh I can tell
I know you don't love me no more

No more
I said, no more
No more
No more

Baby, I can give you romance
Only if you give me another chance
I'll cook your food and wash your clothes
I promise I'll keep your warm when it get cold
I can tell, I can tell
I know you don't love me no more

No more
No more
(thanks to Anita Cantor for spotting the connection and providing the transcription)