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B & O Blues, No. 2 by Buddy Moss

B & O Blues, No. 2 - Buddy Moss,
Buddy Moss and Curley Weaver, second guitarist, both playing in A position, standard tuning.

I'm gonna grab me a train, I'm goin' back to Baltimore
I'm gonna grab me a train, I'm goin' back to Baltimore
I'm gonna find my baby, Lord, she rode that B & O

I'm gonna act like a rambler and never stay at home
I'm gonna act like a rambler and never stay at home
I can't be, uh, good no more, when the woman I love is gone

She said, "Daddy I'm leavin', and I won't be back no more."
She said, "Daddy I'm leavin', and I won't be back no more."
I never would think that my baby would treat me so

Says, I never would think that my babe would treat me so
Says, I never would think that my babe would treat me so
And it broke my heart, when she caught that B & O (Spoken: Ah, play that thing boy)

Solo - spoken: How can a man feel bad and his woman is gone

My babe want come home, and I can't use her no more
Now my babe wants to come home, and I can't use her no more
I got another gal, and her home's in Baltimore