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Walter Davis – You Don't Worry My Mind 1 lyrics

You Don't Worry My Mind -1 Trk 6 3: 08
Walter Davis
(Walter Davis)
With Roosevelt Sykes (Willie Kelly) piano
Probably Henry Townsend - guitar
Louisville, Kentucky Wednesday June 10, 1931
Wednesday June 10, 1931 rca #69415-1
Album: Walter Davis First Recording 1930-1932
Jsp Records #605

I know you don't worry me no mo', baby
An I don't even care
I know you don't worry me no mo', baby
An I don't even care
I'm goin' to get my suitcase
Going to be leavin' you

I go to work in the mornin'
Try to keep a happy home
I go to work in the mornin'
Try to keep a happy home
An come in in the afternoon
And find my baby gone

When a man got a woman
He got all the trouble he need
When a man got a woman
He got all the trouble he need
He got lots of trouble
Tryin' to keep a woman pleased

My mind roll back
To the woman that I used to love
My mind rolls back
To the woman that I used to love
But where she is
Nobody knows but the Lord, above

When you get in love
You can't control yourself
When you get in love
You can't control yourself
But I'm goin' to try my best
Try to love nobody else.

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