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Robert Lee Mccoy – Mamie Lee lyrics

Mamie Lee Trk 10 3: 04
Robert Lee Mccoy (aka Ramblin' Bob and Robert Nighthawk)
(John Lee 'Sonny Boy' Williamson)
Recorded: November 11, 1937 Aurora, Illinois
Robert Lee Mccoy - vocal & guitar, Henry Townsend - piano
Sonny Boy Williamson - harmonica. (credits from Bluebird insert)
Album: Robert Lee Mccoy Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938
Bluebird rca #67146-2

I was just sittin' her studyin'
About Miss Mamie Lee
Yes, I was just sittin' her studyin'
About Miss Mamie Lee
You know she's a good woman
You know she's good to me

You know she give me her money
She treats me so nice and kind
You know she give me her money
She treats me so nice and kind
You know she seem to love me
Even if I ain't got a dime

She's got hair like a angel
She got wings like a dove
She got hair like a angel
She got wings just like a dove
I'm goin' back to that woman
She is the one I love

(harmonica & guitar)

I can remember the Christmas
She made Santa Claus come to me
I can remember the Christmas
She made Santa Claus come to me
She let me hang my little stockin'
On her little Christmas tree.

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