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I'm a Steady Rollin' Man
Robert Johnson Lyrics


I'm a steady rollin' man, I roll both night and day
I'm a steady rollin' man, hmm, I roll both night and day
But I haven't got no sweet woman, hmm, boys, to be rollin' this-a way

I'm the man that rolls, when icicles hangin' on the tree
I'm the man that rolls, when icicles hangin' on the tree
And now you hear me howlin', baby, hmm, down on my bended knee

I'm a hard-workin' man, have been for many years, I know
I'm a hard-workin' man, have been for many long years, I know
And some cream puff's usin' my money, ooh well, babe, but that'll never be no more

You can't give your sweet woman everything she wants in one time
Ooh, you can't give your sweet woman, everything she wants in one time
Well, boys, she get ramblin' in her brain, hmm, some monkey man on her mind

I'm a steady rollin' man, I roll both night and day
I'm a steady rollin' man and I roll both night and day
Well I don't have no sweet woman, hmm, boys, to be rollin' this-a way

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY, Peermusic Publishing
Written by: WOODY PAYNE, ROBERT JOHNSON

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Naman Pincha

I'm a steady rollin' man, I roll both night and day
I'm a steady rollin' man, hmm, I roll both night and day
But I haven't got no sweet woman, hmm, boys, to be rollin' this-a way
I'm the man that rolls, when icicles hangin' on the tree
I'm the man that rolls, when icicles hangin' on the tree
And now you hear me howlin', baby, hmm, down on my bended knee
I'm a hard-workin' man, have been for many years, I know
I'm a hard-workin' man, have been for many long years, I know
And some cream puff's usin' my money, ooh well, babe, but that'll never be no more
You can't give your sweet woman everything she wants in one time
Ooh, you can't give your sweet woman, everything she wants in one time
Well, boys, she get ramblin' in her brain, hmm, some monkey man on her mind
I'm a steady rollin' man, I roll both night and day
I'm a steady rollin' man and I roll both night and day
Well I don't have no sweet woman, hmm, boys, to be rollin' this-a way



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Paul West

This is the genesis of rock and roll. Without this stuff there would be no Elvis, and therefore no Beatles.

Brazilian Atlantis

@Earl Darnell Sure do. That's why the list of '50s rock and rollers who'd even heard of Robert Johnson in the '50s that you're about to make is going to be very short.

Earl Darnell

@Brazilian Atlantis You obviously don't know blues history.

Bryan Nepveu

@Brazilian Atlantis Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Bob Dylan and Brian Jones, to name a few, cite him as a primary influences on becoming musicians.

sam autio

Leadbelly too

Brazilian Atlantis

@Poowawa TV "nearly all of them heard blues" And nearly all of them didn't hear his blues because he was little-known to anyone until the '60s. That's why the list of '50s rock and rollers who'd even heard of Robert Johnson in the '50s that you're about to make (or Carter is about to make or Michael is about to make) is going to be very short. Go.

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Fred M

There are no more than 3 picture's of the man.....But he was A genius.

Kasperr

Michael Williams look up Brother Robert

james deroc

@THANATOS FANATICOS affluent?

THANATOS FANATICOS

Yes , Blues music was being funded by various resources at this point. To have one photograph in a common life was an accomplishment and vanity item. A lot of these blues pioneers where also semi affluent I assume.

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