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Trouble Blues Trk 17 2:42
Fats Domino
(J.L. Hooker)
Album: 'Fat Man Sings' EMI Gold


So many tears
Since you went away
I'll always think of you
Each night and day

Someday
Someday, my darlin'
I won't be troubled no mo'

Trouble, trouble
Has it's misery
Already had
The best of po' me

Someday
Someday, my darlin'
I won't be troubled no mo'

(instrumental & guitar solo)

You heard my story
I'll sing my song
'Bout you leavin' po' me
You know that's wrong

Someday
Someday, my darlin'
I won't be
Troubled no mo'.

~



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