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Drifting Blues

This song is by John Lee Hooker and appears on the album Don't Turn Me from Your Door (1963) and on the album Detroit Special (1971).

This song is a cover of "Drifting Blues" by Johnny Moore's Three Blazers.
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Drifting Blues
Well, I'm driftin' and driftin'
Like a ship out on the sea
Well, I'm driftin' and driftin'
Like a ship out on the sea
Well, I ain't got nobody
In this world to care for me
I get all my money
Tell me, what more can I do?
I get all my money
Tell me, what more can I do?
She's a good lookin' girl
Why don't she just won't be true?

Well, I'm down here by myself
I'm down here by myself
I ain't got nobody, baby
In the world to care for me, yes baby, baby

Yeah my baby
Would only take me back again
Yeah my baby
Would only take me back again
Well, I ain't good for nothin'
I don't have a friend

Babe, honey

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Written by:

Charles Brown, Johnny Moore's Three Blazers, Eddie Williams

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