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that woman
Everynight 
Big Bad Bill is Sweet William now 

Ah, play it boys
I likes that jazz 

Big Bad Bill don't fight any more (No, he don
so full of holes

Words and music by williams
is Sweet William now

Aw, play it boys

Aw, yeah!
Who!
I likes that, yeah ("Yeah," say I)

Ah, why-well, Big Bad Bill don't fight anymore (No, he
fly
See the trees rush by
Be brave and strong when you hurt yourself
And don't you have a worry in the world

Words and Music by Jack Williams
Wed May 5th, 1937
Robert Lee McCoy - vocals and guitar
With Sonny Boy Williamson - harmonica and Joe Williams - guitar.
Album: Robert Lee McCoy Bluebird
piano, Fred Williams - drums
Chicago May 17, 1940
Album: 'Sugar Mama'
The Essential Recordings of Sonny Boy Williamson
Indigo Recording Ltd IGOCD 2014
& guitar
Joe Williams - guitar
Recorded March 13, 1938 Auroram Illinois Leland Hotel 
Album: Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938
Transcriber:
my daughter"

She and I went on the run
Don't care about religion
I'm gonna marry the woman I love
Down by the Wexford border

She was Nancy
Take once for all
She said now don't ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William
't ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William said
With a drunken head
if I had a boat
't ya tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and kinda easy
All day and all night

Sweet William said
With a drunken head
if I had a boat
that we pass by,
 There I'll enquire for my sailor boy
 
 They had not sailed long on the deep
 When a Queen's ship they chanced to meet.
 "You
that we pass by,
 There I'll enquire for my sailor boy
 
 They had not sailed long on the deep
 When a Queen's ship they chanced to meet.
 "You
Williams - drums
Chicago May 17, 1940
Album: 'Sugar Mama'
The Essential Recordings of Sonny Boy Williamson
Indigo Recording Ltd IGOCD 2014
Transcriber:
mandolin & guitar
Joe Williams - guitar
Recorded March 13, 1938 Aurora, Illinois Leland Hotel 
Album: Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938
Transcriber:
mandolin & guitar
Joe Williams - guitar
Recorded March 13, 1938 Auroram Illinois Leland Hotel 
Album: Bluebird Recordings 1937-1938
Transcriber:
that we pass by,
 There I'll enquire for my sailor boy
 
 They had not sailed long on the deep
 When a Queen's ship they chanced to meet.
 "You
that we pass by,
 There I'll enquire for my sailor boy
 
 They had not sailed long on the deep
 When a Queen's ship they chanced to meet.
 "You
Deep Down In The Ground Track 8 3:10 
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(Sonny Boy Williamson I)
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938 RCA #66796
Williams - guitar, James 'Yank' Rachell - mandolin
Recorded: Aurora, Illinois June 17,1938
BS 0208-46-1
Album: 'Throw A Boogie Woogie' (with Big Joe
roof
Even once had a job pouring tar up on a roof
That boy had it hard no facade its the truth
So now when I Menage and get massaged its the proof
Proofs
and said
"I ain't jokin'"

"Take once for all"
She said, "Now don't you tease me
I just fell in love, boy
So rock me kinda slow and rock me kinda easy"
5th, 1937
Robert Lee McCoy - vocals and guitar
With Sonny Boy Williamson - harmonica and Joe Williams - guitar.
Album: Robert Lee McCoy Bluebird
you cry 
By saying here comes the bride

There's always some sweet petticoat grabs the eye
That's why the boys and girls love Diana

Looking for
piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Williams Mitchell - imitation bass
Chicago Apr 4, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com