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Big Maceo – Worried Life Blues lyrics

Worried Life Blues 2: 54 Trk 1
(M. Merriweather)
Big Maceo
Big Maceo - vocals & piano
W/Tampa Red - guitar & vocal, Ransom Knowling - string bass.
Recorded Tues. June 24, 1941
Chicago, ill. Rca Studio C
Album: Bluebird Recordings Big Maceo 1941-1942
Rca #66715-2

Whoa, Lordy, Lord
Oh Lordy, Lord
It hurts me so bad
For us to part
But someday, baby
I ain't gonna worry my life any more

So many nights
Since you been gone
I been worried' an grievin'
My life alone
But someday, baby
I ain't gonna worry my life any more

So many days
Since you went away
I had to worry
Both night an day
But someday, baby
I ain't gonna worry my life any more

'No boy, I ain't gonna worry my life no more! '

'Yeah, yeah'

(piano & guitar)

You on my mind
Ev'ry place I go
How much I love you
Nobody knows
But someday, baby
I ain't gonna worry my life any more

So that's my story
This is all I got to say to you
Goodbye, baby
An I don't care what you do
But someday, baby
I ain't gonna worry my life any more.

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Note: Bluebird Notes state that.. 'Worried Life Blues'
Maceo's first solo was an adaptation of
Sleepy John Estes 'Someday Baby'.



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