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Everyday
by The Marshall Tucker Band

Lord, everyday, everyday
Everyday, everyday I sing the blues
Goin' to find me a preacher man
Lord, I've gotta find one

Lord, I went to see my mama
Down at the City Hall
Said she loved me [Incomprehensible]
She said, "Everyday, everyday"
I said, "Everyday and Lord
Everyday I sing the blues"

Lord, everyday, everyday
Everyday, Lord, everyday
I'mma find me a preacher man
Lord, I've gotta find one

Lord, everyday, everyday
Everyday, Lord, everyday I sing
Goin' to find me a preacher man

Lord, everyday, everyday
Everyday, everyday, Lord
I said, everyday, Lord, everyday

I said, Lord, everyday
I said, Lord, everyday
I said, Lord, everyday

I said, Lord, everyday
I'll have to sing those no good
Low down, dirty rotten stinkin' blues

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Written by: HANDEL TUCKER

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Jeffrrey Henon

This song in my opinion was by far one of the best blues jams ever recorded in modern music history and allows the Marshall Tucker Band to reign supreme as a modern legend from. the south belt to Philadelphia-pa only paying homage to the best of the best...and deservedly so, thanks again for this contribution to my new library-

sebastian damico

I love Toy so much, I cry when I think about him

sebastian damico

don't stop Toy, give me a thumb's up if you know what I mean

bigroy38

sebastian damico ol’Thunderin’thumbs!

Terry Lunsford

Now, imagine seeing these guys and the original Lynyrd Skynyrd band along with Wet Willie here in Nashville back in the early 70's jammin' seperately,and then all together at the annual CDB Volunteer Jam(s)..aahhh, memories of better days and better music..There's a helluva jam "southern style" in rock n roll heaven folks!! RIP all you freebirds...Peace my frynds, TL 2015

NeanderThal44

HOLLY MOLLY. MARSHAL TUCKER BAND is way better then i ever imagined. I knew they had some good songs on the radio... but wow this is one of greatest albums i ever heard its awesome and i just found out about it recently. Im 28 Im sure older people knew how awesome they are beyond CANT YOU SEE. But this stuff is the stuff, what sound thanks for posting.

nah felisha

Just a touch of the real roots.... thanks and R.I.P. dad. 4/21/57-1/17/ 2019. Without you id be another millennial p.o.s commenting on a tallentless hip-hop video of recent.

ron pagan

What a great live band. I was lucky enough to see them four or five times in their heyday. Toy Caldwell (lead guitar) was one bad mofo on that Les Paul. Sweatin' bullets while he ripped the top of your head off with his intensity. These guys were the real deal. Very versatile and always put on a great show. You left knowing and feeling that you saw something very special and I've been to a shitload of concerts but these guys brought it like a freight train doin' 90 MPH.

Fred Amerman

This cut right here can be compared to Duane's solo cut on Live at Fillmore You Don't Love me.But never got the airplay on the FM radio staions!!!! Still wonderful though!!!

Dallas D

You are one dumb fuck! This was wore out on F.M. radio during 1970s as was everything MTB released

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