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I Can't Quit You Baby 6:40 Trk 2
(Willie Dixon)
Willie Dixon
Album: 'Willie Dixon I Am The Blues'
Chess Records 1970, reissue
Originally produced by Abner - Spector
Columbia Legacy CK 53627 ('360 Sound')
Willie Dixon - vocal w/Chicago All-stars:
Johnny Shines - guitar, Walter 'Shakey' Horton - harmonica
Sunnyland Slim, Lafayette Leake - piano
And Clifton James - drums




We-eeell, I can't quit you, baby
But I got to put you down alittle while
We-eeell, I can't quit you, darlin'
But I've got to put you down alittle while
Well, you done made me
Mess up my happy home
Made me mistreat my only child

An now, when you hear me
Moanin' an a-groanin'
Well, you know it hurted
A-way down inside

We-eeell, you hear me moanin' an groanin'
You know it hurt way down inside

Lo-ord, when you hear me holler
Woo, you know my love won't
Will never die

'Alrighty'

(guitar & instrumental)

'Have mercy, mama'
'Have mercy on me'

(guitar & instrumental)

'Woman!'

(harmonica & instrumental)

'Alright, woman!'

(harmonica & instrumental)

Weee-ll, when you see me cryin', baby
Don't let my tears fall in vain
Weee-ll, when you see me cryin', darlin'
Please, don't let my tears fall in vain
Lo-ord, I don't know what to do
My heart is filled with pain

'Alright'

(guitar, harmonica & instrumental)

'Alright'

'Alright woman'

(piano, harmonica & instrumental)

Weee-ll, when ya hear me holl'in, baby
You know it hurt way down inside.

~



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