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Table Of Content (46 songs, 21 soundclips)

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Ain't Gonna Study War
Airplane Blues
All Alone Blues
Baby I Knocked On Your Door
Baby Please Don't Go
Bad Bad Whiskey
C.C. Rider
Cindy Cindy
Cousin John
Crawdad Hole
Digging My Potatoes
Dirty Mistreater
Don't Mistreat Me
Easy Rider
First Meeting
Goin' Down Slow

Gonna Lay My Body Down
Hole In The Wall
I Got My Eyes On You
I'm A Stranger Here (1)
I'm A Stranger Here (2)
I'm Crazy About Pie
Jailhouse Blues
John Henry
Just Rode In Your Town
Keep On Walkin'
My Baby Done Chained
My Baby Leavin'
Po' Boy
Poor Man But A Good Man
Pretty Little Girl
Raise A Ruckus Tonight

Right Now
Sittin' On Top Of The World
Sporting Life Blues
Sun's Gonna Shine
Sweet Woman Blues
Take This Hammer (1)
Take This Hammer (2)
Telephone Blues
That Good Old Jelly
That's How I Feel
Trouble In Mind
Walk On
Worried Life Blues
You Hear Me Talkin'

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Gonna Lay My Body Down

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by
recording of 19

from Blowin' the Fuses (Rykodisc 1013) & Blowin' the Fuses: Golden Classics (Collectables COL-5198), copyright notice

I'm gonna lay down my sword and shield, down by the riverside,
Hey, down by the riverside, down by the riverside,
I'm gonna lay down my sword and shield, down by the riverside, study war no more

I ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more

I'm gonna try on my long white robe
Down by the riverside
Down by the riverside
Down by the riverside
Gonna try on my long white robe
Down by the riverside
To study war no more

I ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more

Gonna meet my lovin' mother
Down by the riverside
Down, down by the riverside
Down, down by the riverside
Gonna meet my lovin' mother
Down by the riverside
To study war no more

I ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study the war no more
Ain't gonna study war no more

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Note: see also Ain't Gonna Study War

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Hole In The Wall

 

by Brownie McGhee
recording of 1969

from A Long Way From Home (MCA 11756), copyright notice

Hole in the wall
Hole in the wall
Hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

Looks bad, oh, that hole in the wall
Looks bad, oh, that hole in the wall
Looks bad, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

Right below, oh, that hole in the wall
Right below, oh, that hole in the wall
Right below, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

Who made it, oh, that hole in the wall
Who made it, oh, that hole in the wall
Tell me who made it, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

I don't like it, oh, that hole in the wall
I don't like it, oh, that hole in the wall
People, I don't like it, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

I'm gonna seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
I'm gonna seal it, I say, oh, that hole in the wall
I'm got to seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

'Cause he made it, oh, that hole in the wall
He made it, oh, that hole in the wall
He made it, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

Lord, I will seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
Lord, I will seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
Lord, I'm gonna seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I live

Hole in the wall, hole in the wall
Looks bad, oh, that hole in the wall
I don't like it, oh, that hole in the wall
Who made it, oh, that hole in the wall
I'm gonna seal it, oh, that hole in the wall

He made it, oh, that hole in the wall
He made it, oh, that hole in the wall
I will seal it, oh, that hole in the wall
I will seal it, I say, oh, that hole in the wall
I will seal it, I know, oh, that hole in the wall
Hole in the wall where I...

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I Got My Eyes On You

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by
recording of 19

from Whoopin' (Alligator ALCD-4734), copyright notice

My baby says she's leavin' me, and I ain't done nothin' wrong
My eyes on you baby, you can't do me no harm
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

She got up this mornin', whoa, 'bout the break of day
Run to the door tryin' to make a getaway
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

C'mon in this house little girl, and make yourself at home
Know you can't leave me, all alone
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

I cooked the little girl breakfast, and I served it in the bed
Now, she want to leave, but she heard what I said
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

I gived her all my money, and I thought I was doin' right
If she tempt that evil again, you know, it's bound to be a fight
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

I took the little girl in, people, you know, I treated her just like a queen
Now, she want to leave, but it don't mean a thing
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you
I got my eyes on you, woman
There ain't nothin' in this world you can do

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I'm A Stranger Here (Version 1)

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by Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry
recording of 19

from Giants Of Blues (Bescol CD-368 & Madacy 4964), copyright notice

(Spoken: I'm a stranger, just blowed in your town,
so I want my train fare home, so I have no worries on my baby)

I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Oh, yes, I am, I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Well, because I'm a stranger, everybody wants to dog me 'round

Well, I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
Oh, yes, I do, I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
Well, he may be your best friend that you will never know

I'm gonna write home to daddy send me my railroad fare
Oh, yes, I am, I'm gonna write home to daddy send me my railroad fare
Well, if he don't send it, I don't mind walkin' down
Go ahead man

Well, I wonder if my good girl knows I'm here
Oh, yes, I do, Lord, I wonder if my good girl knows I'm here
Well, if she do, she just don't seem to care

Well, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Oh, yes, I am, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Well, when I get back home I won't have these old stranger blues

I'm gonna leave this town, nothing here that I can do
Oh, no, it ain't, I'm gonna leave this town, nothing here that I can do
Well, boy, sit right here in the troubadour, sing these old stranger blues
Let's go out together
Yes, yes, yes

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Note: see also Just Rode In Your Town

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I'm A Stranger Here (Version 2)

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by Brownie McGhee / Sonny Terry
recording of 1960

from Po' Boys (Drive Archive 41005) & Blowin' the Fuses (Rykodisc 1013) & Blowin' the Fuses: Golden Classics (Collectables COL-5198) & California Blues (Fantasy FCD-24723-2), copyright notice

I'm a stranger here, just blow'd in your town
Oh, yes, I am, I'm a stranger here, just blow'd in your town
Well, because I'm a stranger, everybody wants to dog me 'round

I'm gonna write home to daddy to send me my railroad fare
Oh, yes, I am, I'm gonna write home to dad to send me my railroad fare
Oh, yes, I am, well, if he don't send it, I don't mind walkin' down

Sonny Terry, I'm goin' back home have to wear out 99 pair of shoes
Oh, yes, I am, Sonny, I'm goin' back home have to wear out 99 pair of shoes
Oh, yes, I am, when I get back there I won't have these old stranger blues
Let's walk together, boy

Well, I wonder why people treats the strangers so
Oh, Lordy Lord, well, I wonder why people treats the strangers so
Well, I ain't got no place I just go from door to door

You know, I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Oh, yes, I am, well, I'm a stranger here, just blowed in your town
Oh, yes, I am, well, if I askin' for a favor, please don't turn me down

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Note: see also Just Rode In Your Town

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I'm Crazy About Pie

 

by Sonny Terry
recording of 19

from Wizard Of The Harmonica (Storyville 8018), copyright notice

I'm gon' tell ya somethin', baby, an' I tell you no lie
I want a li'l of your custy pie

You gotta give me sum of it, (custy pie)
You gotta give me sum of it, (ain't no lie)
Well, I wan' sum of it, honey, 'fore yo' give it all away

Well, I don't care if yo' li'le cross the street
When you cut yo' pie, please, save me a piece

Well, it good fo' a man he was 93,
You know darn well it good enough fo' me

Well, I don't care if yo' li'le down the line
When you cut yo' pie, please, save me mine

I done tol' ya, hope you understand
Give me my pie in my same ole pan

I done tole yo', baby, I ain't gon' tell you no lie
I still wan' yo' custy pie

Well, I done tole you, baby, hope you un'erstood
You got the best pie this neighborhood

I done sung this song, I ain't gon' tell yo' no lie
I'm still beggin' fo' yo' custy pie

You gotta give me sum of it
You gotta give me sum of it
Well, I want sum of it
Before yo' give it all, 'fore yo' give it all
'A 'fore yo' give it all, 'a 'fore yo' give it all away
'Fore yo' give it all away

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Jailhouse Blues

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by
recording of 19

from The Folkways Years, 1944-1963 (Smithsonian/Folkways CD-SF-40033), copyright notice

Now, the prison gate have opened, for me at last
Be more careful in the future, than I have been in the past
Know the life of a racketeer1, know the life of a crook
Know the life of a no-good woman, like a line from a book

Now, jailhouse got me, put down here without a friend
Well, now, I'm free at last, won't ever let them take me again

Had a girl one time, wouldn't work or steal
Broad came right out 'a Mississippi cotton field
She wouldn't steal, on the verge of a doubt
But she get you busted, wouldn't get you out

Now, jailhouse got me, put down here without a friend
Well, now, I'm free at last, won't ever let them take me again

Come down to your jail, think you all rich
Not to go to your bail, see how much time you gone get
When the judge sentence you, mighty near a smile
Know you'll be gone, for a long, long while

Now, jailhouse got me, put down here without a friend
Well, now, I'm free at last, won't ever let them take me again

After you up the river, 'bout a month or more
You receive a letter from that gal you used to know
'Bout three feet wide, nine page long
Whole lotta talk 'bout what's goin' on

Now, jailhouse got me, put down here without a friend
Well, now, I'm free at last, won't ever let them take me again

The letter said, "Daddy, things out here have gotten mighty tight
Had to rob two guys, before I could eat last night
Meant to send you some money, but to my suprise
I'd already sealed your letter, and the gum 'a had dried"

Now, jailhouse got me, put down here without a friend
Well, now, I'm free at last, won't ever let them take me again

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Note 1: racketeer, one who obtains money by an illegal enterprise usually involving intimidation (extorsion).

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John Henry

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Traditional
recording of 19.. resp. 1958

from California Blues (Fantasy FCD-24723-2) & Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry Sing (Smithsonian/Folkways CD-SF-40011), copyright notice

When John Henry was a little baby, sitting on his daddy's knee,
Pointed he figured out a little piece of steel,
"Steel's gonna be the death of me, Lord, Lord, steel's gonna be the death of me,
Well, now steel's gonna be the death of me, Lord, Lord, steel's gonna be the death of me"

John Henry told his captain one day,
"A man ain't nothin' but a man, before I will let you steam drill beat me down
Would die with this hammer in my hand, Lord, Lord, die with this hammer in my hand
I would die with this hammer in my hand, Lord, Lord, die with this hammer in my hand"

John Henry had a little woman, her name was Polly Ann,
John Henry got sick and had to go to bed
You know Polly, she drove steel like a man, Lord, Lord,
Polly, she drove steel like a man
How she drive?

John Henry drivin' on the right hand side
Steam drill drivin' on the left,
"Before I will let your steam drill beat me down
I will drive my poor self to death, Lord, Lord
Drive my poor self to death"

John Henry drove steel on the Southern
He drove steel on the C&O1
He drove steel for that Big Ben Tunnel2
Steel drivin' kill John you know
Steel drivin' kill John you know
Well, now steel drivin' kill John you know, Lord, Lord
Steel drivin' kill John you know

Some says John Henry was born in Texas
Some people thinks he was born in Maine
John Henry was born down in Tennessee
He was a leader of a steel-driving-gang, Lord, Lord
Leader of a steel-driving-gang,
Was a leader of a steel-driving-gang, Lord, Lord
Leader of a steel-driving-gang

Well, the captain loved to see John Henry
One of all loved to hear him sing,
but most of all that the paymaster loved
He just loved to get John Henry's hammer ring
He just loved to get John Henry's hammer ring
He just loved to get John Henry's hammer ring, Lord, Lord
Loved to get John Henry's hammer ring

They carried John Henry on the mountain, upon a mountain so high
Last words I heard that poor boy say:
"Give me a cool drink of water 'fore I die
Give me a cool drink of water 'fore I die
Give me a cool drink of water 'fore I die"

Well, they carried John Henry's body to the White-house, and they laid it in the sand
Every time a locomotive follows go rollin' by, they say: "Yonder lays a steel-drivin' man
Well, now yonder lays a steel-drivin' man
They say yonder lays a steel-drivin' man
Yonder lays a steel-drivin' man"

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Note 1: C & O, ;
Note 2: Big Ben Tunnel, .

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Just Rode In Your Town

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by
recording of 19

from Blowin' the Fuses (Rykodisc 1013) & Blowin' the Fuses: Golden Classics (Collectables COL-5198), copyright notice

I'm a stranger here, just rode in your town
Oh, yes, I am, I'm a stranger here, just rode in your town
Well, because I'm a stranger, everybody wants to dog me 'round

Well, I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
Oh, yes, I do, I wonder why some people treat the strangers so
Well, he may be your best friend that you will never know

I'm gonna write home to daddy send me my railroad fare
Oh, yes, I am, I'm gonna write home to daddy send me my railroad fare
Well, if he don't send it, I don't mind walkin' down

Well, I wonder if my good girl knows I'm here
Oh, yes, I do, lord, I wonder if my good girl knows I'm here
Well, if she do, she just don't seem to care

Well, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Oh, yes, I am, I'm goin' back home wear out 99 pair of shoes
Well, when I get back home I won't have these old stranger blues

I'm gonna leave this town, nothing here that I can do
Oh, no, it ain't, I'm gonna leave this town, nothing here that I can do
Well, boy, sit right here in the troubadour, sing these old stranger blues

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Note: see also I'm A Stranger Here (1) and I'm A Stranger Here (2)

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Keep On Walkin'

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by Brownie McGhee
recording of 1960

from At Sugar Hill (Original Blues Classics 536), copyright notice

The bossman was so mean, you know, I worked just like a slave
Sixteen long hours drive you in your grave
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

You can't plant cotton and expect to gather corn
Can't take right peoples, and sure make it wrong
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

I once had a car, it was painted white and black
Couldn't keep up the payments, the man, he come and took it back
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

I wouldn't tell a mule to get up, if he set down in my lap
Yes, that's what killed my old grandpap
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

I got them old coffee grounds in my coffee, big bo weavils1 in my fields
Tacks in my shoes keep on stickin' me, in my heels
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

You used to be my sweet milk, now, you sour on me
Since we're not together, you're not sweet like you used to be
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

Paper boy hollerin' extree, have you read the news
Just shot the woman I love, got that walkin' blues
That's why I'm walkin', walkin' my blues away
Well, the sun gonna shine, in my backdoor some day

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Note 1: bo or boll weevil or weavil, a grayish weevil, super-family of beetles, that infests the cotton plant and feeds on the squares and bolls. drawing

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My Baby Done Chained

 

by
recording of 19>> resp. 1959-1965

from Wizard Of The Harmonica (Storyville 8018) & The Great Bluesman at Newport (Vanguard VCD-77/78), copyright notice

My baby done chained, well, she done chained the lock on the door
My baby done chained, well, she done chained the lock on the door
Well, she said: "That key you got, Sonny, woo-oh, won't fit this old lock no more"

I went home last night by half past 10, I tried to get the key in the lock, people,
and I couldn't get it in
'Cause the woman done chained, well, she done chained the lock on the door
Well, she said: "That little rusty key you got, Sonny, oh, won't fit this old lock no more"

I wanna let you all know people, I couldn't get in my house,
'cause I had did wrong or something, you know, she told me
I have been wrong, she locked me out
Well, I's out, out there in the dark at night,
over a friend of mine come up to the door after he says,
"Sonny, what you doin' out here man?"
I says: "Man, I can't get in my house"
He says: "What you mean, you can't get in your own house?"
I said: "Man, the old lady chained the lock on the door"
He say: "It's too bad for you buddy"
I say: "Man, you can't tell me nothin' make me feel good?"
He say: "Oh, no, man, I can't tell you nothin' make you feel good,
I say, go ahead tell me one them bad on that man"
And this what the fool said, he said:
"Go around, man, and peep in that window and see who else she got in there"
You know I went around there and I did that too
I walked around to my window to see her, I could see
She hugged and kissed another big ol' man and I know he warn't me

'Cause she done chained, well, she done chained the lock on the door,
Well, she said: "That key you got, Terry, whoo-oh, won't fit this ol' lock no more"
I'm gonna play it a little now

I called the woman up, "Honey, what you want Sonny Terry to bring?"
You know, she whispered low and evil: "Don't bring a doggone thing,
'Cause I done chained, oh, I done chained the lock on the door"
Well, she said: "That key you got, butthead, oh, won't fit this old lock no more"
Yea, yes, yes, "Won't fit this old lock, lock no more"
Woo, oh, woo, oh, yeah

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My Baby Leavin'

 

by
recording of 19

from, copyright notice

Well, that train is leavin', and my baby got to go
Well, that train is leavin', and my baby got to go
Well, her mother is sick, and her daddy's buried low

Well, I watched that train, till it went around the bend
Well, I watched that train, till it went around the bend
Well, I said I would never, see my baby's face again

Well, that old dirty fireman, and that old cruel engineer
Well, that old dirty fireman, and that old cruel engineer
That old dirty conductor, waved that train away from here

Every time I hear that whistle, Lord, I just can't keep from cryin'
Every time I hear that whistle, Lord, I just can't keep from cryin'
Well, that ol' dirty train, got that ol' gal I call mine

If I could holler, just 'a like a mountain jack
If I could holler, just 'a like a mountain jack
I'd go way up on that mountain, call my lovin' baby back
Wanna call her back, wanna call her back
Wanna call her back, wanna call her back

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Po' Boy

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by
recording of 19

from Blowin' the Fuses (Rykodisc 1013) & Blowin' the Fuses: Golden Classics (Collectables COL-5198), copyright notice

Po' boy, long way from home
Woo-ooh, long way from home
I ain't got no woman, none to call my own

Wanna find me a woman for tomorrow night
Woo-ooh, for tomorrow night
I'm gonna find me a woman, Brownie, someone to treat me right

I don't find me a woman, gotta buy her hand
I don't find me a woman, gotta buy her hand
She said: "Leave me daddy 'cause I want you from my man"

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Poor Man But A Good Man

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by
recording of 19

from The Folkways Years, 1944-1963 (Smithsonian/Folkways CD-SF-40033), copyright notice

I helped you baby, you couldn't help yourself
Now, you on your feet, helpin' somebody else
I'm a poor man, but a good man, been treated wrong

She walked off and left me, she didn't say a word
Wasn't nothin' she knowed, but somethin' she heard
I'm a poor man, but a good man, been treated wrong

If you don't b'lieve me, people, wait a right round and see
Somebody gonna mistreat you, like you mistreated me

I walked down to the station, I looked up on the wall
My money was too light, I didn't go nowhere at all
I'm a poor man, but a good man, been treated wrong

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Pretty Little Girl

 

by
recording of 19

from Wizard Of The Harmonica (Storyville 8018), copyright notice

Met a pretty little girl walkin' down the avenue
I met a pretty little girl walkin' down the avenue
I said: "Hello, honey, can I, Sonny Terry, go home with you?"

She said: "Yes, Sonny, we'll rock the house tonight"
She said: "Yes, Sonny, we'll rock the house tonight
You gotta give me pretty lovin' everything will be alright"

Hooray, hooray, these women is killin' me
Hooray, hooray, these women is killin' me
If you don't believe me just stop right here and see

Well, we sung after midnight and rocked 'till the break of dawn
Well, we sung after midnight, rocked 'till the break of dawn
Honey, you can't get cold 'cause old Sonny gonna keep you warm

A-hooray, hooray, these women is killin' me
A-hooray, hooray, these women is killin' me
If you don't believe me just stop right here and see

Well, you know people we had done danced all night 'till about
5 o'clock in the morning, you know we done rocked all night
Good God almighty about it, got 5 o'clock the girl I know that
she gettin' a little tired, I think this is what I told her

"Honey, it's 5 o'clock now what you wanna do?"
"Honey, it's 5 o'clock now what you wanna do?"
This what she said, she said: "I don't care if it aches, Sonny, I leave it up to you"

It made me feel good, an' this what I told that woman:
"I'm gonna lock this door, I'm gonna throw this key away"
"I'm gonna lock this door, I'm gonna throw this key away,
well, I ain't goin' home I stay right here all day"

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Raise A Ruckus Tonight

 

by Brownie McGhee
recording of 19

from The Folkways Years (1945-1959) (Smithsonian/Folkways 40034), copyright notice

Come along, little children, come along, while the moon is shinin' bright
Get on boy, down the river flow, gonna raise a ruckus tonight

Well, this night we're goin' down cross a forty acre field, raise a ruckus tonight
Black snake bit me on my heel, raise a ruckus tonight
Turned right around to do my best, raise a ruckus tonight
Fell right back in a hornet's nest, raise a ruckus tonight

My old uncle promised me, raise a ruckus tonight
When he died he make a will for me, raise a ruckus tonight
Lived so long his head got bald, raise a ruckus tonight
Got off the notion of dyin' at all, raise a ruckus tonight

Well, me and my buddy goin' to town, raise a ruckus tonight
Ridin' a billy goat don't need no hound, raise a ruckus tonight
Hound barked the billy goat jumped, raise a ruckus tonight
Ooh, my buddy back stretched a stump, raise a ruckus tonight

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Page last updated on:
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