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Come on in My Kitchen
Robert Johnson Lyrics


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You better come on in my kitchen
Well, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors
Ah, the woman I love, took from my best friend
Some joker got lucky, stole her back again
You better come on in my kitchen
It's goin' to be rainin' outdoors

Oh, she's gone, I know she won't come back
I've taken the last nickel out of her nation sack
You better come on in my kitchen
It's goin' to be rainin' outdoors
Oh, can't you hear that wind howl?
Oh, can't you hear that wind would howl?
You better come on in my kitchen
Well, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors

When a woman gets in trouble, everybody throws her down

Lookin' for her good friend, none can be found
You better come on in my kitchen

Babe, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors
Wintertime's comin', it's gon' be slow
You can't make the winter, babe, that's dry, long, so
You better come on in my kitchen, 'cause it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors

Lyrics © THE BICYCLE MUSIC COMPANY
Written by: ROBERT JOHNSON

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Peter Sonot

It’s funny because Johnson sounds a lot older than a guy in his mid twenties, in a good wiseman way.

fusion772

@Big Lou No need for the anger man. It's all good

seymour wevils

Satan don't give with one hand what he'll take with the other.

R Berliner

Ross Childs and now it surely is rainin outdoors

Ross Childs

Robert had lived quite a life in his 27 years. Shuttled from town to town at an early age; raised (largely) by a single mother; hated by his stepfather; got married at 18 only to have his wife & unborn child both die in childbirth - something that the woman's parents all but blamed on him; **believed** to have fathered at least one or two illegitimate children in his travels; hitchhiked along dirt roads & train tracks by himself (or maybe with one other person SOMETIMES) in the American South in the 1930s as a Black Man, which was very dangerous.
I'm 32 but I've lived a fairly privileged life. I cannot imagine what Robert's life must've been like.

Oya Doyin

I II III II I black ppl

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Guy Fawkes

I've probably listened to all 29 of the Johnson tracks a thousand times over the years and this one still sends a chill up my back. This IS the blues, undiluted and distilled down to purity. Beautiful.

Ian Armitage

spot on mate

Blackstone

I have to agree. For me his best tune

alexander usyk

this is imposible i is think this is two poeple who is play guitar

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