BIG BILL BROONZY


Saturday Evening Blues Lyrics

It was late, one Saturday evenin',
After the sun went down
Yes, it was late one Saturday evenin',
Lord, after the sun went down
Yeah, I went lookin' for my baby,
Lord, but she was not around

The wind started howlin',
And the rain begin to fall
Yeah, the wind started howlin',
Lord, and the rain begin to fall
Yes, if my baby had-a known how much I loved her,
She wouldn't never left me alone

Her picture is still on my dresser,
And her gown is on my bed
Yes, her picture is on my dresser,
Lord, and her gown is on my bed
Lord, I'm just sittin' here wonderin' is my baby livin',
Lord, or is my little baby dead

She left home one Saturday evenin',
After the sun went down
Yes, she left home one Saturday evenin',
Lord, after the sun went down
Lord, I know 's somethin' wrong.
'cause my baby can't be found

Now every Saturday evenin',
After the sun go down
Every Saturday evenin',
I get these blues as blue can be
Lord, we three was so happy,
My wife and my guitar and me
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Songwriter(s): William Lee Conley Broonzy
Publisher(s): Unichappell Music Inc., Duchess Music Corp.
Record Label(s): 1960 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc
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