Terraplane Blues
Robert Johnson Lyrics


And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan
And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan
Who been drivin' my Terraplane for you since I been gone?

I'd said I flash your lights, mama, you horn won't even blow
Somebody's been runnin' my batteries down on this machine
I even flash my lights, mama, this horn won't even blow
Got a short in this connection, hoo well, babe, it's way down below

I'm goin' heist your hood, mama, I'm bound to check your oil
I'm goin' heist your hood, mama, mmm, I'm bound to check your oil
I got a woman that I'm lovin', way down in Arkansas

Now, you know the coils ain't even buzzin', little generator won't get the spark
Motor's in a bad condition, you gotta have these batteries charged
But I'm cryin', please, please don't do me wrong
Who been drivin' my Terraplane now for you since I been gone?

Mr. highway man, please don't block the road
Please, please don't block the road
'Cause she's reachin' a cold one hundred and I'm booked and I got to go

Mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm
You, you hear me weep and moan
Who been drivin' my Terraplane now for you since I been gone?

I'm gon' get down in this connection, keep on tanglin' with your wires
I'm gon' get down in this connection, oh well, keep on tanglin' with these wires
And when I mash down on your little starter, then your sparkplug will give me fire

Lyrics © CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Peermusic Publishing
Written by: ROBERT LEROY JOHNSON

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And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan
And I feel so lonesome, you hear me when I moan
Who been drivin' my Terraplane for you since I been gone?
I'd said I flash your lights, mama, you horn won't even blow
Somebody's been runnin' my batteries down on this machine
I even flash my lights, mama, this horn won't even blow
Got a short in this connection, hoo well, babe, it's way down below
I'm goin' heist your hood, mama, I'm bound to check your oil
I'm goin' heist your hood, mama, mmm, I'm bound to check your oil
I got a woman that I'm lovin', way down in Arkansas
Now, you know the coils ain't even buzzin', little generator won't get the spark
Motor's in a bad condition, you gotta have these batteries charged
But I'm cryin', please, please don't do me wrong
Who been drivin' my Terraplane now for you since I been gone?
Mr. highway man, please don't block the road
Please, please don't block the road
'Cause she's reachin' a cold one hundred and I'm booked and I got to go
Mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm-mmm
You, you hear me weep and moan
Who been drivin' my Terraplane now for you since I been gone?
I'm gon' get down in this connection, keep on tanglin' with your wires
I'm gon' get down in this connection, oh well, keep on tanglin' with these wires
And when I mash down on your little starter, then your sparkplug will give me fire



All comments from YouTube:

Bill Westwood

Robert Plant said that Terraplane Blues was the main influence for Zeppelin's "Trambled Under foot". So back here lies the magic that influenced so many artists in 60's and 70's .. and still does of course

Nathan M

@AntmanMoto yup, and the lyrics are all different but that lick, man, yep that's where it came from

Antonio Pellegrini

Yeah, dear Bill, and obviously the Blonde God reaffirmed it in Zeppelin's last show at O2 Arena of December, 10th, 2007 before they playing that song: I know that 'cause I've got the album, and don't you forget that on the drums they've the son of their original drummer, Jason Bonham.

AntmanMoto

I am here because I had to hear for myself what Robert Plant was talking about

Alex

@Julian Pike me too. I’m just listening to celebration for the thousandth time. And we get to the song and Paige Bensons Robert Johnson and this song. So before I continue Juan just wanted to hear the main source

Antonio Pellegrini

Yeah, dear Bill, but you haven't to forget that Zeppelin recovering this song for their 1982's album "Coda!", and I think that it's really awesome, as this one, by the great Blues master: R.I.P Blues brother, gone but not forgotten!

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Rasendriya

Every single time i hear a Robert Johnson song my only thought is
"this guy is a genius"

daniel dugan

If Mr. Johnson had,had an electric guitar?Burn those juke joints to the ground.

ed f

That may well be the richest, most complex guitar work ever recorded.

Lembit Punapart

To me Robert Johnson is the greatest and best blues singer who ever lived.and agree with this that a lot of have forgotten this legendary blues man.RIP.

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