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No No Blues

This song is by Willie Baker and appears on the split compilation album Charley Lincoln & Willie Baker (1927-1930) (1992) by Charley Lincoln and Willie Baker.

I woke up this mornin', my good gal was gone
I woke up this mornin', my good gal was gone
Stood by my bedside, I hung my head and, hung my head and moan

I walked down the street, I couldn't be satisfied
I walked down the street, I couldn't be satisfied
I had the No No Blues, I couldn't keep from, I couldn't keep from cryin'

'Tain't none of my business, but it sure ain't right
'Tain't none of my business, but it sure ain't right
Take another man's gal, walk the streets all, walk the streets all night

Take a mighty crooked woman to treat a good man wrong
Take a mighty crooked woman to treat a good man wrong
Take a mighty mean man, take another man, take another man's home

I'm a stranger here, I just blowed in your town
I'm a stranger here, I just blowed in your town
If I ask for a favor, don't turn me, don't turn me down

I'm long and tall, like a cannonball
I'm long and tall, like a cannonball
Take a long tall man, make a good gal, make a good gal squall

If I mistreat you, I sure don't mean no harm
If I mistreat you, I sure don't mean no harm
'Cause 'm a motherless child, don't know right from, don't know right from wrong

I ain't no gambler, and I don't play no fool
I ain't no gambler, and I don't play no fool
I'm a ramblin' roller, jelly-bakin', jelly-bakin' fool

She low and squatty, right down on the ground
She low and squatty, right down on the fround
She like the way that mama, took my kidman, took my kidman down

I'm a stranger here, I come in on this train
I'm a stranger here, I come in on this train
I long to hear some, good gal call my, good gal call my name

Recorded:

1929

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