Can't You See What You're Doing To Me lyricsSnowed In lyricsSnatchin' It Back lyricsShe's Into Something lyricsSame Old Thing lyricsQuicksand lyricsPut The Shoe On The Other Foot lyricsMy Mind Is Trying To Leave Me lyricsMr. Collins, Mr. Collins lyricsMaster Charge lyricsListen Here lyricsLights Are On But Nobody's Home lyricsJealous Man lyricsJam It Up lyricsIf You Love Me Like You Say lyricsSoul Food lyricsStormy Monday lyricsFrosty (Live) lyricsBlack Cat Bone lyricsWhen The Welfare Turns Its Back On You lyricsWhen A Guitar Plays The Blues lyricsTravelin' South lyricsTrash Talkin' lyricsToo Tired lyricsToo Many Dirty Dishes lyricsTired Man lyricsThe Things That I Used To Do lyricsThe Moon Is Full lyricsThe Highway Is Like A Woman lyricsThe Hawk lyricsT-bone Shuffle lyricsIf Trouble Was Money lyricsIceman lyricsDyin' Flu lyricsDon't Mistake Kindness For Weakness lyricsDon't Go Reaching Across My Plate lyricsDo What You Want To Do lyricsConversation With Collins lyricsCold, Cold Feeling lyricsCash Talkin' (the Workingman's Blues) lyricsBut I Was Cool lyricsBroke lyricsBrick lyricsBlue Monday Hangover lyricsBending Like A Willow Tree lyricsBaby What You Want Me Ti Dorock Me Baby lyricsAll About My Girl lyricsEgo Trip lyricsGet To Gettin' lyricsI'm Beginning To Wonder lyricsI Need You So lyricsI Got A Problem lyricsI Ain't Drunk lyricsHot 'n Cold lyricsHooked On You lyricsDon't Lose Your Cool lyricsBlackjack lyricsAngel Of Mercy lyricsHoney Hush lyricsHead Rag lyricsGot A Good Thing Goin' lyricsGood Fool Is Hard To Find lyricsGive Me My Blues lyricsAin't Got Time lyrics
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Related Information for Albert Collins Albert Collins (October 1, 1932 — November 24, 1993) was a blues guitarist, singer and musician. He had many nicknames, such as "The Ice Man", "The Master of the Telecaster" and "The Razor Blade".Born in Leona, Texas, Collins was a distant relative of Lightnin' Hopkins and grew up learning about music and playing guitar. His family moved to Houston, Texas when he was seven. Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, he absorbed the blues sounds and styles from Te.. read more