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Early In The Morning Trk 1 2:51
'Jazz' Bill Gillum (William McKinley Gillum)
(Bill Gillum)
Jazz Gillum - vocal & hmc, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
& prob. Black Bob - piano.
Recorded: Chicago, Thurs., June 14, 1934
Album: Bill 'Jazz' Gillum The Bluebird Recordings 1934-1938
Bluebird 66717-2 RCA, BMG 1997.




It's was early this mornin'
I heard somebody callin' me
It was early this mornin'
Heard somebody callin' me
It didn't call like my reg'lar
Must of been my old used to be



If baby, baby, baby
You don't treat me good no mo'
And if baby, baby
You don't treat me good no mo'
I believe to my soul, baby
You goin' with the boy next do'r.



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