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Zetter Blues by Jesse Thomas

Zetter Blues - Jesse Thomas,
A position, standard tuning.

Way down in Lou'siana, behind the rising sun
I met a handsome little stranger, I aksed her to be my wife
She said, "I'm sorry, mister, you have to see that mother of mine, that mother of mine."

I went to her mother, fell down on my knees
I said, "She's a handsome little stranger, I ever seen in my life."
She said, "I'm sorry, mister, you have to see that mother of mine, that mother of mine."

We left her mother, standin' in the doorway, cryin'
We left her mother, standin' in the doorway, cryin'
She said, "Mister, mister, don't mistreat that child of mine, that child of mine."

SOLO

"Now I knowed you didn't love me when you was lyin' to me.
You was in love with some man and he was overseas.
Please, Setta, why did you lie to me?
Please, Setta, how could you mistreat me, nice as I tried to be? Yeah, you lied to me."