Poor Me
Fats Domino Lyrics


Woke up this mornin'
Feelin' low
Where my loved one used to live
She ain't there no more

Poor me
Why does bad luck fall on me?
Poor me
I'm livin' in misery
What I'm gonna do
Is hard to tell
I'm not gonna kill myself
Though I might as well

Poor me
Why does bad luck fall on me?
Poor me
I'm livin' in misery

All I do
All day long
Fall down on my knees and pray
She'll come back home

Poor me
Why does bad luck fall on me?
Poor me
I'm livin' in misery

All I do
All day long
Fall down on my knees and pray
She'll come back home

Poor me
Why does bad luck fall on me?
Poor me
I'm livin' in misery

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Written by: ANTOINE DOMINO

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Angry Fiddler

Timeless music! 31 years old, and I love the auld music from many countries. The skill that the lads of this time had is still astonishing and enjoyable. :)

Dwight Andrus

My grandmother had a third grade education and played the accordion to his music. Bless their hearts

Mark 1999

So awesome !!

Rick KRB-59

Probably the most influential artist of the 1950s besides Elvis.
He was there before Elvis tho, first r&r song in ‘49 with The Fat Man ..

Andras Kovacs

This singer is awesome. I love this guy.

Hugh Mc

That sax solo gets me everytime! So smooth

sauquoit13456

Dave Bartholomew*, one of the architects of rock and roll, passed away at the age of 100 on June 23rd, 2019...
He partnered with Fats Domino on early rock classics including co-writing “Ain’t That a Shame.” The New Orleans trumpeter, band leader, producer, songwriter, and arranger was involved in many iconic songs including “Lawdy Miss Clawdy,” “Blueberry Hill,” “I’m Walking,” and “I Hear You Knocking”...
Bartholomew was band leader for one of New Orleans premier R&B bands when he became an A&R man for Imperial Records. At Imperial, he brought in Fats Domino, working with him on combining R&B with big band, jazz, and country to create early rock and roll. Bartholomew was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991...
May he R.I.P.
Mr. Bartolomew was a co-composer, along with Fats, of "Poor Me", and on December 15th, 1955 the record peaked at #1 {for 1 week} on Billboard's Most Played R&B Record by Jockeys chart...
And from the 'For What It's Worth' department; in 1952 Fats reached #10 with a record titled "Poor Poor Me"...

Robert Liepe

True History 🎵🎶😎💯🇺🇸

Joe Toweel

Great

pomodoro2c

l' m live in misery to hear this song!🤚🎼

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