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Sagefield Woman Blues by Kokomo Arnold

Sagefield Woman Blues - Kokomo Arnold,
Vestapol tuning with a slide.

INTRO

Hollerin', little girl, what kinda little old girl are you?
Hollerin', little girl, what kinda little old girl are you?
Says, you actin' so funny, mama, what do you want your papa to do?

Now, it ain't no need of that you keep on raisin' sand
Ain't no need of that you keep on raisin' sand
Lord, if you want to quit me, mama, don't you get you another man

Blues come down the alley, made it up to my back door
Blues come down the alley, made it up to my back door
I had the blues today, mama, like I never had before

And I believe, I believe I'll dust my broom
I believe, I believe I'll dust my broom
So some of you low-down rounders, Lord, you can have my room

Now, when I'm gone, mama, the blues will follow you night and day
Now, when I'm gone, the blues will follow you night and day
Says, you gonna be sorry, mama, Lord, that you done begged me to stay