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Oh Lordy Mama by Buddy Moss

Oh Lordy Mama - Buddy Moss,
E position, standard tuning.

Meet me down at the river, you can bring me my shoes and clothes
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said, meet me down at the river, bring me my shoes and clothes
Says, I ain't got so many but I got so far to go

Woman I love, she done caught that Southern train
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said, the woman I love, she caught that Southern train
Now she left me here, heart just an achin' pain

Goin' away to leave you 'cause you' cryin' ain't gonna make me stay
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said, I'm goin' and leave you 'cause your cryin' won't make me stay
I may be back in June, may be the first of May

Woman I love, says, she right down on the ground
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said now, the woman I love, right down on the ground
Now, she's a tailor-made woman, ain't no hand-me-down

Tell me what time do that train leave your town
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said now, tell me what time do that train leave your town
Said now, "One leave at 8:00, one leave at quarter past 9:00."

Seaboard goes south at 8:00, babe, Southern goes north at 9:00
Oh Lordy mama, Great God almighty
Said now, Seaboard goes south at 8:00, babe, Southern goes north at 9:00
Says, I just got one hour, talk with that gal of mine