BIG BILL BROONZY


Louisiana Blues Lyrics

I wonder why that southbound train don't run
I wonder why that southbound train don't run
Oh, you don't need no tellin', little girl, you know what you've done

You made me love you, now your man done come
You made me love you, now your man done come
I right know you're happy, little girl, but Bill's just a lonely boy

Someday baby, your trouble may be like mine
Someday baby, your trouble may be like mine
I'd you have the blues made me worry, sometimes baby you might write

Standin' at the station, Lord, I'll waitin' for a train
Standin' at the station, Lord, I'll waitin' for a train
Oh, deep down in my poor heart, baby, that a lie don't ache in pain

I got no ticket, Mr. conductor man, please let me ride
I ain't got no ticket, Mr. conductor man, please let me ride
Lord, I wanna make it back to the lowland, man, where I'll be satisfied

So, goodbye baby, I'm gonna leave you here
So, goodbye baby, I've got to leave you here
Lord, I'm on my way to the lowland, I don't even care

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Record Label(s): 1993 Storyville

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