Spoonful
Howlin' Wolf Lyrics


It could be a spoonful of diamond
Could be a spoonful of gold
Just a little spoon of your precious love
Satisfy my soul

Men lies about little
Some of 'em cries about little
Some of 'em dies about littles
Everything fight about a spoonful
That spoon, that spoon, that sp-

It could be a spoonful of coffee
Could be a spoonful of tea
But a little spoon of your precious love
Good enough for me

Men lies about that
Some of 'em dies about that
Some of 'em cries about that
But everything fight about a spoonful

That spoon, that spoon, that

Ooh ooh, fight about a spoonful
Ooh-ooh, fight about a spoonful

It could be a spoonful of water
Save you from the desert sand
But one spoon of lead from forty-five
Save you from another man

A men lies about that
Some of 'em cries about that
Some of 'em dies about that
Everybody fightin' about a spoonful

That spoon, that spoon, that

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Written by: Willie Dixon

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S Young

It could be a spoonful of diamond
Could be a spoonful of gold
Just a little spoon of your precious love
Satisfy my soul
Men lies about little
Some of 'em cries about little
Some of 'em dies about littles
Everything fight about a spoonful
That spoon, that spoon, that sp
It could be a spoonful of coffee
Could be a spoonful of tea
But a little spoon of your precious love
Good enough for me
Men lies about that
Some of 'em dies about that
Some of 'em cries about that
But everything fight about a spoonful
That spoon, that spoon, that
Ooh ooh, fight about spoonfuls
Ooh ooh, fight about a spoonful
It could be a spoonful of water
Save you from the desert sand
But one spoon of lead from forty-five
Save you from another man
A Men lies about that
Some of 'em cries about that
Some of 'em dies about that
Everybody fightin' about a spoonful
That spoon, that spoon, that



Athena Hunt

I wrote a poem about this. It was my song for reasons beyond counting a while back;


2 AM and the moon's full
Playing Howlin Wolf's Spoonful
Graffiti on the picnic tables
Got new clothes and old labels

Not in town but in the woods
Spread out on the car hoods
Smiling staring at the stars
This isn't slumming in the bars

This is not being me for a while
Not the same as in denial
It's kind of like being weightless
Insecurities are often baseless

Not thinking about Corona Virus
Or annoying girls Miley Cyrus
Not thinking about Insta Pics
Or plastic girls in PH flicks

Thinking about how we all grew up here
Before utility bills and relationship fear
Before Snap, the Gram and Facebook
When love started with just a look

The kind with no filters and clothes on
Laughing, talking till dawn
But leaves of grass leaves of grass
Times keep changing really fast

We can't go back from where we came
Tech love this fast lane
I want that love like how it was
But there's no turning back because
Love today is so push and pull
Fighting over a Howlin Wolf's spoonful



All comments from YouTube:

Devon Angell

I feel like this should be playing in any and every bar I walk into.

KingRichTv

*hears intro

You walk in

Bartender slams hand on bar and points over to board showing banned songs:😡

Kevin El

Fuck yeah

Son of a gun

Easy by Jimmy & Walter the anthem too. Going down slow by Howlin wolf.

Jim

Any bar that I'd frequent, anyway!

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Thomas Hermann

We’d had never had Eric Clapton or The Rolling Stones without guys like this

Aoife Crowe

@The Bluesman Literally said the following on stage at a concert: "Not just leave the hall, leave our country... I don't want you here, in the room or in my country," he said in part.

"The Black w—s and c—s and Arabs and f—ing Jamaicans don't belong here, we don't want them here," Clapton added on stage then, using blatant racist slurs. "This is England, this is a white country, we don't want any Black w—s and c—s living here. We need to make clear to them they are not welcome."

The rant went on as he called England "a white country" made "for white people."

The Bluesman

@Aoife Crowe But , He'd works with other black artist, like B.B King , Albert King , with Robert Cray made Old love ,Wtf bro , He's not racist.

Jim shelley

Shame on Clapton and his racist comments many years ago that led to Rock Against Racism in the 70s in the UK

Dave FX

Music would have just stopped would it? And not have eventually evolved into something else that we would be having this exact same conversation about........

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