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Reconsider Baby
Lowell Fulson Lyrics


So long, oh how I hate to see you go
So long, oh how I hate to see you go
And the way that I will miss you
I guess you will never know

We've been together so long, to have to separate this way
We've been together so long, to have to separate this way
I'm gonna let you go ahead on baby
Pray that you'll come back home someday

You said you once had loved me
But now I guess you have changed your mind
You said you once had loved me
But now I guess you have changed your mind
Why don't you reconsider baby
Give yourself just a little more time

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Written by: Lowell Fulson

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Leslie Galloway

This song was sung at my Dad's funeral in 2011 by Reba Russell... One of his all time favorite songs... Miss you Dad...

MultiClapton

Your Dad had great taste Leslie.

8House

If I had to make a list of my top ten favorite blues records this one would be on it. 

Joanne Smith

My mama would say to this song: YES LAWD!!!

mefeld

Lowell Fulson was a genius

Ry Sir

Still sounds great to me after all these years...14/4/2019.. this is real music!!!!

Karl Nordquist

My favorite story about him is how he went to a West Memphis AK radio station (KDKA?) to promote his tour and the DJ a young Riley B. King gave him so much good air time and promotion that Lowell let him record his "3 O'Clock Blues" and it became BB's first hit record

Frank Furfaro

Great song and version. I saw elvis at madison square garden do a great live version of this song. I enjoy both versions but elvis voice was a work of art! One thing about these great blues sungers is they were natural. No studio gimmicks. Great talent this man was. However elvis got me into blues gospel and country and at the end of his life opera

Mr Oneiroman

Exactly. Why are people arguing about this? Never saw Elvis, living in the UK, but I did see Mr Fulson in a small venue in Manchester in the mid eighties. He wrote this song, as well as '3 O'Clock Blues' and 'Tramp'. Elvis was a peerless interpreter of other people's songs. Both greats.

David Atchison

The continual bickering and pathetic arguments are distressing. Enjoy the music--jeez people! get a grip!

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