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Lonesome Hill Blues Lyrics

from First Recordings 1930 - 1932

"Lonesome Hill Blues" is track #16 on the album First Recordings 1930 - 1932.
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Lonesome Hill Blues Trk 17 3:03
Walter Davis
(Walter Davis)
Walter Davis - vocal, Roosevelt Sykes (Willie Kelly) piano
Dallas, Texas Wednesday February 10, 1932
Album: Walter Davis First Recording 1930-1932
JSP Records #605 RCA #67580-1
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com

My baby's gone up the country
Lord, an she won't come down
My baby's gone up the country
Lord, an she won't come down
An she keep me crying
An walkin' from town to town

I was sitting down looking
On a high, high lonesome hill
I was sitting down looking
On a high, high lonesome hill
An I wonder does my baby
Does she love me still?

Love is a hid'en mystery
That you really can't understand
Love is a hid'en mystery
That you really can't understand
And it really comes hard
On a poor broken-hearted man

So, I was sitting down-hearted
People, on this lonesome song
I was sitting down-hearted
People, on this lonesome song
An I wonder why my baby want to treat me wrong?

You know I love you, baby
That is why we couldn't get along
You know I love you, baby
That is why we couldn't get along
An someday you're gonna be sorry
That you ever done me wrong.

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