MERLE HAGGARD


White Man Singin' The Blues Lyrics

[Verse 1]
The old man paid no mind to color
'Cause he knew that I'd been down and out
Old Joe said that I was a soul brother
The things I'd been singing about
He liked how I played my old guitar
And he sat by beside me to sing
Together we hummed out an old-timey blues
Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm

[Chorus]
On the same side of the railroad track
Where people have nothing to lose
I'm the son of a gambler who's luck never came
And a white man singin' the blues

[Verse 2]
We both done a heap of hard living
And hard to describe in a song
But the blues was one thing we both understood
And the old man hummed right along

[Chorus]
On the same side of the railroad track
Where people have nothing to lose
I'm the son of a gambler who's luck never came
And a white man singin' the blues

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Songwriter(s): Merle Haggard
Record Label(s): 1974 Capitol Records Nashville All rights reserved Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws Manufactured by Nashville Catalog,
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