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Red House ( In Album Blues ) lyrics

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Jimi Hendrix – Red House ( In Album Blues ) lyrics

Note: This is a diffrent version of Red House than on the Are You Experienced? Album. The lyrics are much the same but Jimi's guitar is a lot diffrent.

Yeah
yeah
there's A red house, over yonder
that's where my baby stays
yeah
there's A red house over yonder, baby
that's where my baby stays

I ain't been home to see my baby
in about A ninety-Nine and one half days
it's about time to see her
wait minute something's wrong
This key won't unlock this door
wait A minute something's wrong, baby
the key won't unlock the door
yeah
I got A bad bad feeling
that my baby don't live here no more
she ain't comin' about is she
that's alright I still got my guitar

Look out baby
yeah, look out
yeah that's alright
yeah haha

I might as well A go on back down
Go back across yonder over the hill
might as well go back over yonder
Way back over yonder across the hill
that's where I came from

Cause if my baby don't love me no more
I know here sister will!
Yeah



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