BB King
B.B. King Lyrics


Everyday, everyday I have the blues
Ooh everyday, everyday I have the blues
When you see me worryin' baby, yeah it's you I hate to lose

Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care
Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care
Well worries and trouble darling,
Babe you know I've had my share

Everyday, everyday, everyday, everyday
Everyday, everyday I have the blues
When you see me worryin' baby, yeah it's you I hate to lose

Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care
Whoa nobody loves me, nobody seems to care
Well worries and trouble darling, babe you know I've had my share

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Written by: MEMPHIS SLIM, PETER CHATMAN

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Teddy Gilbert

The thrill is gone
The thrill is gone away
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away
You know you done me wrong baby
And you'll be sorry someday
The thrill is gone
It's gone away from me
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away from me
Although, I'll still live on
But so lonely I'll be
The thrill is gone
It's gone away for good
The thrill is gone baby
It's gone away for good
Someday I know I'll be open armed baby
Just like I know a good man should
You know I'm free, free now baby
I'm free from your spell
Oh I'm free, free, free now
I'm free from your spell
And now that it's all over
All I can do is wish you well



All comments from YouTube:

MattRach

Sad day...
We lost one of the best...
We already miss you master King.
Rest in peace

oliver roman

Why am i cryng?

roman bebe

:,(....

Aggro Raqz

Don’t give one

eduardo malaka

Love this man! The greatest!

Fabian Van Der Elst

@Alexander Walther Hey! Thanks for being so kind man! Also, there are loads of other new guitarists coming up now, who are caring more for harmony/feeling, which is awesome :)

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fred bloggs

Here's a great tale about a great man. I met BB King in an airport lounge when I was about eight (thirty+ yrs ago now!) in Sydney, Aus. He just rocked up to the viewing window while I was waiting for my aunt's plane to land. He must have been awaiting his baggage or something. Any rate, he just started chatting to me and he asked me if I played any instruments. I told him I had just started playing guitar. He got really excited, and told me he played "a bit" himself and said I should listen to and learn the blues above all else. I'll always remember, he told me where he was from, in the USA, the blues was the "start of it all". Then he gave me a plectrum and said it was a special plectrum just for blues players. About that point, I recall my dad coming up and he just started chatting with my dad, who of course recognised him. They had a good yarn, we all took a photo together (which my parents still have in an album somewhere) and then he very politely took his leave and wished us well. Such a humble man. Dad told me all about him on the way home and I immediately started learning about the blues and never looked back. Over the years, I would go on to watch him perform live several times though we never met in person again. RIP big man.

fred bloggs

@Ashish Sharma I do but I never used it! It is in dad's album with the photos :) I should have but I used to wreck picks all the time so decided not to .

Ashish Sharma

Great story mate, i hope you still have the pick !

fred bloggs

@Ethan Dawson indeed but I ended up on the darker path - death metal! Not sure BB would approve. But thanks to BB I gained a lifelong appreciation for and interest in the blues. BB was right - rock, metal - it all goes back to the blues.

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