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Big Maceo – I Got The Blues lyrics

I Got The Blues 2:49 Trk 8
(M. Merriweather)
Big Maceo - vocals & piano
W/Tampa Red - guitar, Alfred Elkins - string bass.
Recorded Tues. Dec 15, 1941
Chicago, ILL. RCA Studio A
Album: Bluebird Recordings Big Maceo 1941-1942
RCA #66715-2



Just tell me, baby
Just tell me, baby
What can I do
To change your mind?

Hey, hey
Baby can I change your mind?
I got the freight train blues
The tracks is outta line

You got a man in the east
An a man in the west
Jus' sittin' here worryin'
Who you love the best?

Hey, hey
What can I do to change your mind?
I got the blues for you, baby
You keep me worried all the time

You say you love me
I believe in you
You kind of quit me
What mo' can I do?

Hey, hey
Baby, can I change yo' mind?
I got the blue for you, baby
You keep me worried all the time

'Now boy, you know I've got
The blues now'
'Play 'em for me, now'

(piano & guitar)

'Yas, yas, yas, yas'

My mama got 'em
My papa got 'em
My sister told me
That she had them, too

Hey, hey
Mama, what can I do?
Some old day you will want me
An I won't care a thing about you.

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