'FO'-DAY WORRY BLUES
- Song Title
- 'FO'-DAY WORRY BLUES
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1930s, Blues, Daddy, Speaking, Wife
Nyah-ah, hey, hey, hey, hey,
Nyah-ah, daddy, you on my mind.
I ain’ got but this minute, that’s when I am cryin’.
An’ I would not been here, had not been for you, (2)
Treat me low-down an’ dirty, daddy, that’s the way you do.
Oh-h, putty papo, oh putty papo,
I ain’ gonna be your low-down dog no more,
I been your dog ever since I entered your door.
(Spoken) That was a song I learned from my wife. Was in the kitchen,
she was cookin’ my breakfast, an’ I had been out all night long.
I was so ashamed of myself to hear her standin’ in there cryin’,
and when she’d begin to cry I’d get up and go and pat her
on the shoulder and here are the words she said:
I’m goin’ away, wear you off my mind,
I got the blues, babe, just can’t keep from cryin’,
I got another putty papo to ease me to keep me from cryin’.
Nyah-ah, daddy, what a low-down feelin’, (2)
It’s been my daily occupation take them monkey men’s women.VIEW COMPLETE FEWER LYRICS
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