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Oh Lordy Mama No. 2 by Buddy Moss

Oh Lordy Mama No. 2 - Buddy Moss.
Moss and Josh White both playing in E position, standard tuning.

SOLO

Woman I love, dead and in her grave
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
Now the woman I love, says, she dead and in her grave
And the woman I hate, sees her every day

If I had a-listened to what my mama said
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
Now if I had a-listened to what my mama said
I would have been at home, sleepin' in my mama's bed

SOLO

Woman I love, she got a mole just below her nose
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
Now the woman I love, she got a mole just below her nose
Every time she hug and kiss me, it make my blood run cold

SOLO

Woman I love, woman I crave to see
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
Now the woman I love, said, the woman I crave to see
Now she's in Cincinatta and uh, she won't write to me

Woman I love, mouth chock full of good gold
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
Now the woman I love, said, mouth chock full of good gold
Said, I see you got something, to satisfy my soul

SOLO

She twist and turns, she rolls all over the bed
Oh Lordy mama, great God almighty
She twist and turn and roll all over the bed
Says, she got the kinda lovin' that will make me talk out of my head