Love in Vain
Robert Johnson Lyrics


I followed her to the station, with a suitcase in my hand
And I followed her to the station, with a suitcase in my hand
Well, it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell, when all your love's in vain
All my love's in vain

When the train rolled up to the station, I looked her in the eye
When the train rolled up to the station, and I looked her in the eye
Well, I was lonesome, I felt so lonesome, and I could not help but cry
All my love's in vain

When the train, it left the station, with two lights on behind
When the train, it left the station, with two lights on behind
Well, the blue light was my blues, and the red light was my mind
All my love's in vain

Hoo-hoo, ooh, Willie Mae
Oh oh hey, hoo, Willie Mae
Hoo-hoo, ooh, eeh, oh woe
All my love's in vain

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Written by: Robert Leroy Johnson

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Михаил Сергопольцев

"Love In Vain"

And I followed her to the station
With a suitcase in my hand
And I followed her to the station
With a suitcase in my hand
Well, it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell
When all your love's in vain
All my love's in vain

When the train rolled up to the station
I looked her in the eye
When the train rolled up to the station
And I looked her in the eye
Well, I was lonesome, I felt so lonesome
And I could not help but cry
All my love's in vain

When the train, it left the station
With two lights on behind
When the train, it left the station
With two lights on behind
Well, the blue light was my blues
And the red light was my mind
All my love's in vain

Ou hou ou ou ou
Hoo, Willie Mae
Oh oh oh oh oh hey
Hoo, Willie Mae
Ou ou ou ou ou ou hee vee oh woe
All my love's in vain



Romano Ochoa

I followed her to the station, with a suitcase in my hand
And I followed her to the station, with a suitcase in my hand
Well, it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell, when all your love's in vain
All my love's in vain
-
When the train rolled up to the station, I looked her in the eye
When the train rolled up to the station, and I looked her in the eye
Well, I was lonesome, I felt so lonesome, and I could not help but cry
All my love's in vain
-
When the train, it left the station, with two lights on behind
When the train, it left the station, with two lights on behind
Well, the blue light was my blues, and the red light was my mind
All my love's in vain
-
Hoo-hoo, ooh, Willie Mae
Oh oh hey, hoo, Willie Mae
Hoo-hoo, ooh, eeh, oh woe
All my love's in vain



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Joshua Stephens

I actually prefer this over the stones cover, this is a beautiful song

Jimmy page

@cascade nah

Joshua Stephens

@Norrin Radd They aren't billed as a band My point is The Stones did a good cover and they are incredible band. There's plenty to support that claim but what you're saying holds know weight in the grand discussion.

Norrin Radd

Joshua Stephens Clapton has a band dummy

Joshua Stephens

Norrin Radd Clapton is not a band you can’t compare the covers

Norrin Radd

Joshua Stephens calm down sally, like I said I’m entitled to my opinion and if you can’t handle that’s tough shit! If you want a Justifiable Robert Johnson cover Eric Clapton has you covered. The stones suck and you will never change my mind.

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Charles Laster

Why is this man not studied as the master poet he was?

Julie Lea

The Rolling Stones, Led Zepplin, Eric Clapton said " he was the best who ever lived", Bob Dylan, Fleetwood Mac....

valkour snow

Cause he stole all his tunes and guitar licks from Ike Zimmerman

Robert Purser

He was one of them. But it's said Ike Zimmerman was his main influence/teacher

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