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T And T Blues by Mooch Richardson

T and T Blues - Mooch Richardson,
A position, standard tuning.

INTRO SOLO

Will you iron my jumper, gettin' to starch my overhalls
Will you iron my jumper, and you gettin' to starch my overhalls
Well, if I miss the 2:19, I'm surely gonna catch the Cannonball

Well, a brownskin woman sure can get anything I --
Well, a brownskin woman, get anything I got
Well, a jet black woman, I ain't gonna let her put her stuff right in my back yard

Well, it's T for Texas, Lord, I got a T for Tennessee
Well, I got a T for Texas, I got a, got a T for Tennessee
Well, I got a T for the best girl I love, Lord, she stay right in Memphis, Tennessee

Well, I'm goin' away, brownskin, I ain't gonna come back here before next Fall
Well, I'm gwon away, brownskin, I ain't comin' back here before next Fall
If I don't get me no good brown, I ain't comin' back in this town a' 't'all

Well, the sun is goin' down, done got mighty lonesome here
Well, the sun is goin' down, done got mighty lonesome here
Well, I ain't got me nobody, I'm sleepin' here the, night just by myself