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PIPELINER BLUES (aka OLD PIPELINER - written by Moon Mullican under the title "PIPELINER BLUES") : PIPELINER BLUES No. 1 Moon Mullican - 1940 I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I got four or five women waiting to draw my pay I lay my line until the sun goes down I lay my line until the sun goes down Home to my woman, the meanest gal in town When you see me coming, raise your window high When you see me coming, raise your window high See me leaving, hang your head and cry You never miss your water until the well runs dry You never miss your water until the well runs dry You never miss your baby until she says goodbye PIPELINER BLUES No. 2 Moon Mullican - 1941 I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I got four or five women waiting to draw my pay I lay my line until the sun goes down I lay my line until the sun goes down Home to my woman ,the meanest gal in town The mean old blues, they worry me all the time The mean old blues, they worry me all the time I'm leaving you now to wear you off my mind If you don't like my peaches, please don't shake my tree If you don't like my peaches, please don't shake my tree If you don't like my peaches,leave my peache tree be You never miss your water until the well runs dry You never miss your water until the well runs dry You never miss your baby until she says goodbye PIPELINER BLUES No. 3 Moon Mullican - 1951) I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day I got four or five women waiting to draw my pay I lay my line until the sun goes down I lay my line until the sun goes down Home to my woman, the meanest gal in town You never can tell what a pipelining man will do Oh, you never can tell what a pipelining man will do You think he's working, but he's out running 'round on you When you see me coming, raise your window high When you see me coming, raise your window high See me leaving, hang your head and cry You better wind the clock and wind it right 'Cause we're going to have a little showdown tonight Early in the morning when the rooster crows You better be ready when the whistle blows I'm an old pipeliner and I lay my line all day I got four or five women waiting to draw my pay ****** OLD PIPELINER (Ray King / Tommy Hill) Red Sovine - 1964 Rodney Crowell - 1981 Hackberry Ramblers with Rodney Crowell - 1992 Billy C. Farlow - 2001 Also recorded by: Moon Mullican; Jimmy Ellis. Well, I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day Yes, I'm an old pipeliner and lay my line all day I got forty-nine women waitin' to draw my pay When you see me comin', better raise your window high When you see me comin', better raise those windows high And when you see me leavin', better hang your little head and cry Well, I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day Yes, I'm an old pipeliner and lay my line all day I got forty-nine women waiting to draw my pay (Piano Solo) Ah, play them songs, boys.... Just like a one-eyed cat peeping in a seafood store Just like a one-eyed cat sleeping in a seafood store You don't want me 'round, baby, I won't mess around with you no more Just let me be your little dog till your big dog comes Just let me be your little dog till your big dog comes And when the big dog gets here, watch your puppy dog run Well, I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day Yes, I'm an old pipeliner and lay my line all day I got forty-nine women waiting to hear Albert play And he can play, yeah.... (Guitar Solo) Yeah, I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day Yes, I'm an old pipeliner and lay my line all day I got forty-nine women waiting to draw my pay Well, I'm an old pipeliner, I lay my line all day Well, I'm an old pipeliner and lay my line all day I got forty-nine women waiting to draw my pay (Transcribed from the Rodney Crowell recording by Mel Priddle - August 2005) ******

    


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