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Walking Blues
Robert Johnson Lyrics

I woke up this mornin', feelin' round for my shoes
Know by that I got these old walkin' blues, well
Woke this mornin' feelin round for my shoes
But you know by that, I got these old walkin' blues

Lord I feel like blowin my old lonesome horn
Got up this mornin', my little Bernice was gone, Lord
I feel like blowin my lonesome horn
Well I got up this mornin', whoa all I had was gone

Well, leave this mornin' if I have to, ride the blinds
I feel mistreated, and I don't mind dyin'
Leavin' this mornin', if I have to ride the blind
Babe, I've been mistreated, baby and I don't mind dyin'

Well, some people tell me that the worried blues ain't bad
Worst old feelin' I most ever had
Some people tell me that these old worried old blues ain't bad
It's the worst old feelin', I most ever had

She's got a elegant movement from her head down to her toes
Break in on a dollar most anywhere she goes, oh, ooh
From her head down to her toes, oh Lord
Lord, she break in on a dollar, most anywhere she goes


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brilliant ♫ ♥

Marcos Antonio


Jaxson Jaxen


Joy Rider

Went to the Cross Roads.

Bob Landy

More than that

R Zambory



Robert Johnson could never have imagined how well known his songs would be and all the pleasure the world would get from them. Bless him wherever he is now.


@JAG II right. Anyway it's a great song those old blues men gifted us.


@JAG II But this is derived from RJ's "ride the blind" version.


Or Son House, the guy who wrote and recorded this song in 1930. :)

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