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no mere
Left us a magic we can all share

Big bill broonzy and all of his friends
The joint be jumpin' till the living end
So special, all those
What's Gettin' Wrong With You Track #24 2:47
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(Big Bill Broonzy) 
Big Bill Broonzy - vocal
John Lee Williamson -
piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Life Time Blues Track 13 2:42
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee Williamson)
(Noah Lewis) 
With Big Bill Broonzy - guitar, Walter Davis - piano
Record:
In the town of Louisville they got a man they call Big Bad Bill 
I wants to tell ya, he sure was tough tough, and he certainly did 
strut his stuff
the greatest of all these guitar players was a blues man from 
Chicago called Big Bill Broonzy. We played all of these records, 
constantly, on that radiogram.
walked by they held their breath
He was a mighty man sure enough
Now Bill took himself a wife
Now he's a different guy

Big Bad Bill is sweet William
Roll and Big Bill Broonzy
And "Really The Blues" by "Mezz" Mezzrow
And "Dharma Bums" by Jack Kerouac
Over and over again
And voices echoing late
Bill Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document
Well, I went down yonder in Louisville
Lived a cat named Big Bad Bill
I wants ta tell ya
Ah, the cat was rough and tough he would strut his stuff
Had
Rub A Dub Track #23 2:38
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(John Lee Williamson)
Chicago, November 12, 1947
With Blind John Davis - piano, Big Bill
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Willie Dixon sbass and Charles Saunders - drums
March 28, 1947
Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19,
John Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Alfred Elkins - imitation bass
Recording: Chicago, July 30, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
In the town of Louisville
Lived a man they call Big Bad Bill
I want to tell ya, he sure was tough
He certainly did strut their stuff

He had
more like Big Bill Broonzy
Getting old as my mother
But I tell you I got some company
(But it's alright)

But it's alright, it's alright
But it's
that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that
In the town of Louisville
They got a man they call Big Bad Bill
I want to tell you, he sure was tough
And he certainly did strut his stuff

He had
that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that
that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr, Alfred Elkins imbass
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com



(harmonica intro)
that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that
Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Alfred Elkins imbass
Recorded: Chicago, July 30, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com
Sonny Boy Williamson - vocals & harmonica
With Big Bill Broonzy - guitar, Blind John Davis - piano
William Mitchell - bass
Album: 'The Blues' Sonny Boy
that a shame
Bill Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that
Bailey won't you please come home. 

Bill drove by that door
In an automobile,
A great big diamond, coach and footman
Hear that lady squeal.
He's all