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Some Sweet Day 2:48 Trk 13
(S. Martin, R. M. Jones)
Big Maceo
Big Maceo - vocals & piano
W/Tampa Red - guitar, Clifford Jones - drums
Recorded: Tues. July 28, 1942
Chicago, ILL. RCA Studio C
Album: Bluebird Recordings Big Maceo 1941-1942
RCA #66715-2




While the blues is on me, now
I'll feel better
When I leave your town
But some sweet day
You gonna be sorry
That you throw'd me down

I got my suitcase
Already packed
And my trunk
Is on the road
Don't worry, baby
You won't see my smilin' face, no mo'

You so mean
An you're so evil
You got me running
Running, from do' to do'
But some sweet day
You gonna be sorry
Babe, that you let me go

'Now, get it together, boy'

(piano, guitar, drums)

'Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah'

I'm blue an I'm disgusted
An I don't know just what to do
But some sweet day
Your luck will change
Baby, you will be blue, too

(piano, guitar, drums to end)

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