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WALKING BLUES From Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 (1923-1924) Ma Rainey - December 1923 Woke up this morning, up this morning With my head bowed down, hey, hey, hey Woke up this morning with my head bowed down I had that mean old feeling, I was in the wrong man's town Mailman's been here, mailman's been here But didn't leave no news, hey, hey, hey Mailman's been here but didn't leave no news That's the reason why mama's got the walking blues Walked and walked till I, walked and walked I almost lost my mind, hey, hey, hey Walked and walked till I almost lost my mind I was afraid to stop walking 'cause I might lose some time Got a short time to make it, short time to make it And a long ways to go, Lord, Lord, Lord Short time to make it and a long way to go Trying to find the town they call San Antonio Thought I'd rest me, thought I'd rest me I couldn't hear no news, Lord, Lord, Lord Thought I'd rest me, I couldn't hear no news I'll soon be there 'cause I got the walking blues

    


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