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​I Best Choose to Pick the Blues

This song is by Big Dave McLean and appears on the album Faded But Not Gone (2014).

My father was a minister with the Presbyterian church
My two brothers do well in business, though success is an uphill search
My mother was a pianist, her time was classically spent
I'm a Canadian prairie boy, play the Blues to pay my rent

What am I doing here? a life of damn full of pick and choose
I'm so glad when I decided that I best choose to pick the Blues

Well I've been from London, England to coast line of B.C
All the people I met en route have been so special to me
I really like to travel, but one thing room I'd rather do
Is sit in a crowded smoke filled room play the Blues from dawn till two

What am I doing here? a life of damn full of pick and choose
I'm so glad when I decided that I best choose to pick the Blues

I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I'm so glad when I decided
I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues

Now my children are all sleeping bless their pointy little heads
I open the mail and falling out is missed another payment on their beds
All in all I'm happy I wouldn't have it any other way
Except I work twice twice as hard for three times as much pay

What am I doing here? a life of damn full of pick and choose
I'm so glad when I decided that I best choose to pick the Blues

I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I am so glad when I decided that I best choose to pick the Blues

I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I best choose, I best choose to pick the Blues
I'm so glad when I decided that I best choose to pick the Blues