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

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Written by: ROBERT JOHNSON

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Tim H

You better come on in my kitchen
Babe, 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
Baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Oh-ah, 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
Babe, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Oh, can't you hear that wind howl? 
Oh-y', can't you hear that wind would howl?
You better come on in my kitchen
Babe, 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
Baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Winter time's comin' hit's gon' to 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



Dimas Vicente

JAZZ AND BLUES

BILLIE HOLIDAY
encantou !
BB. KING
brilhou !
BESSIE SMITH
incomodou
LOUIS ARMSTRONG
emocionou
ELLA FITGERALD
eternizou
JANIS JOPLIN
sua voz rouca
o blues cantou
ROBERT JOHNSON
infernizou
viva o JAZZ
and BLUES...
meu livro
arte e poesia
na editora
autografia.com.br/publique
peace and love.



All comments from YouTube:

Tim H

You better come on in my kitchen
Babe, 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
Baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Oh-ah, 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
Babe, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Oh, can't you hear that wind howl? 
Oh-y', can't you hear that wind would howl?
You better come on in my kitchen
Babe, 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
Baby, it's goin' to be rainin' outdoors




Winter time's comin' hit's gon' to 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

gjp

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gjp

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Mxth1

you are a good guy

Roscoe Barnes III

Thank you.👍

Francis7a

A “Nation Sack”/ Nature sack was a love spell, specifically a Hoodoo spell used exclusively by women to capture and enslave men and/or keep them faithful.
The word “Nation” is actually a cultural dialect pronunciation of Nature sack. It was a charm bag traditionally made of red flannel and contained Coins used as part of the spell to represent each year between her age & his, herbs, roots, curios, and a few of the man’s personal concerns for whom it is made for. It was carried by a hoodoo woman for as long as she wanted to keep the man. The spell was broken by removing items from it, thus the “I took the last nickel out” line.

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James Poppitz

95 years later it's,like a ghost inviting you into another world,magic scratched into wax,really only for the pure at heart who can let a poor ramblin poet transport their soul to the timeless ecstasy of down to the bone American blues...lightnin in a bottle,still gives me shivers 60years later,the very heart of Roots music...ain't words for beauty of what Mr.Johnson laid down on his passing thru.

Damien

@MaTt ThE DeMoN 28 year old Scottish dude and I love his music🤣 blues is soul food bro 😎

Daniel Goulding

The birth of modern music right there 👌

Joelle Benoit

Robert Johnson stays, even now, a kind of meteor, unic as every greats artists, they are not so much.

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