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Pinebluff Arkansas

This song is by Bukka White and appears on the compilation album Aberdeen Mississippi Blues: The Vintage Recordings 1930-1940 (2003).

Pinebluff, Arkansas 2:48 Trk 10
Bukka White (Booker T. Washington White)
Bukka White - vocal and guitar, unk 2nd guitar.
Recorded: Sept 2,1937 Chicago, Illinois
Victor unissued.
Album: Parchman Farm Blues - Roots RTS 33055


Woo-well, I got a little woman
In Pinebluff, Arkansas
She was the sweetest little woman
That your men most ever saw

Gonna get up in the mo'nin
Baby, with the risin' sun
Woo-well, in the mo'nin
Baby, with the risin' sun
If the train don't run
Gonna be some walkin' done

My baby she's called me
She called me up on the phone
Woo-well, she called me
She called me up on the phone

She said,'Daddy, daddy'
I don't jive, come you hurry home'

My baby says, 'I'm tired goin' to bed and moan'
Hoo-well, she says, 'Tired of goin' to bed and moan'
She cryin', 'I ain't had no lovin', daddy
Daddy, since that you been gon'

Well, she says, 'I'm tired
Daddy, singin' these lonesome songs'
Woo-well, she says
'I'm tired of singin' these lonesome songs'
She say, 'I ain't even heard, daddy
'I ain't even heard you called'

My baby said, 'I'm tired'
Daddy, hearin' my bedspring groan'
Hoo-well, she says
Im tired a-hearin' my bedspring groan'
She said, 'I declare, if you want me, daddy
You better hurry home.

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