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many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot owl singing
As they were taking down
many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot owl singing
As they were taking down
martyrs fell
And I know one thing, nobody can sing
Them blues like blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot-owl singing
As they were taking down
many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot owl singing
As they were taking down
many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot owl singing
As they were taking down
many martyrs fell
And I know no one can sing the blues
Like Blind Willie McTell

Well, I heard the hoot owl singing
As they were taking down
second album
One dozen melodies to listen
Include this number
Keeping in company

Well, hoping that this record sells
Singing by our wishing well
piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Willie Dixon Sb & vocal and Charles Saunders - drums
March 28, 1947
Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber:
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Willie Dixon sbass and Charles Saunders - drums
March 28, 1947
Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19,
To man's blind indifference to his fellow man
And a whole generation who butchered and damned

Well I can't help but wonder now, willie mcbride
Do all
your title is seven 
Takin' out your four man crew makes eleven 
By the twelfth well I'll go for self 
Rockin' New York like no one else 
You can
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Willie Dixon sb and Charles Saunders - drums
September 19, 1947
Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19,
John Davis - piano, Willie Lacey - guitar
Ransom Knowling - s bass
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document
- piano and (probablys) Willie Hachett - mandolin
And Willie Lee McCoy - gtr.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Transcriber:
How do you do young willie mcbride,
Do you mind if I sit here down by your graveside,
And rest for a while 'neath the warm summer sun,
I've been
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
With Speckled Red (Rufus Perryman) - piano
Probably Willie Hacher - mandolin and Robert Lee McCoy - gtr
an di lane an round di ben
World dance is di name an di title
Do by di dumb, di deaf di blind and di cripple
An I don't know why black wizard love it
of the dope stuff 
So in the record store, you can't pass by us 
GET the album, HEAR THE MUSIC 
And hold on so you just don't lose it 
As a reference, for
Southern Dream Track #22 2:44
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(John Lee Williamson)
Chicago, November 12, 1947
With Blind John Davis - piano, Big
Pastor: 
Hey siter Bettie, sister Clara
And who is this?  You new here, ain't you brother?

Willie D: 
Yep

Pastor: 
Well welcome to Mount Paid in
Triple 6 (action speaks louder than words)

(Action speaks louder)
(Action speaks louder than words)
(Action speaks louder)

[Willie D]
Well, first
(Ludacris) Verse 1

I just touched down in killa Cali,
Strapped up my boots,
Got scooped up by Game,
So I hopped up in the coupe,
Gaah, What up
Blues That Made Me Drunk Track 17 2:58
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(Sonny Boy Williamson)
Sonny Boy Williamson - vcl and hca
With Blind Boy
harmonica
Chicago July 30, 1942
With Blind John Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Alfred Elkins - imb
Album: 'Sugar Mama'
The Essential Recordings