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Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
Mississippi Fred McDowell Lyrics

Good mornin', little schoolgirl
Good mornin', little schoolgirl
Can I go?
Can I go home wit' you?
Tell yo' mama an yo' papa
Lord, I'm a li'l schoolboy, too

Come on, be my baby
Come on, be my baby
I'll buy you a diamond
I'll buy you a diamond ring
If you don't like that, baby
I ain't gon' buy ya a doggone thing

I don't know, hardly
I don't know, hardly
What in this world
What in this world to do
I don't mean to hurt yo' feelings
Or even get mad with you

I 'member way back, babe
I 'member way back, babe
When I was young age
When I was young, age-a nine
Lord, I thinkin' about my schoolday
It sho' did worry on my mind.

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Davis Worth

I was blessed to be able to meet and play with Fred in 1971 in Seattle. I prefer his acoustic recordings. Fred was a very upbeat, kind, good-natured person and a real gentleman. As a concert promoter for the Seattle Folklore Society I was blessed to meet so many of the original bluesmen. The Stones recorded his version of "you Got to Move".

Davis Worth

@Dennis No, but he played in Seattle before I was involved, Skip James also played in Seattle via the Folklore Society, also Lightnin' Hopkins, Doc Watson, Bukka White, Rev. Gary Davis, and many more. Like I say, I feel truly blessed to meet and learn from the greats, thanks.


Did you meet and got to hear and see Son House play too?

prissi wilson

Thank you for sharing this........I am 76 years old born and raised in Jackson Ms. I love this sound, a treasure. Sound is fantastic.

Mark Carboon

Glad you like it Ms./Miss Wilson.

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