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Sugarland Run (The United States Navy Band Country Current) · Sugarland Run (U.S. Navy Country Current) · Down the Dirt Road: Essential Mississippi (Hutchinson, Hutch) · River of Song: A Musical Journey Down the Mississippi [Sampler] (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Down in Mississippi (Pinetop Perkins) · Honey Babe Let the Deal Go Down: The Best of the Mississippi Sheiks (Mississippi Sheiks) · River of Song: A Musical Journey Down the Mississippi (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Down in Mississippi (Pinetop Perkins) · Down Down Down (Lollipop) · Good Good Good! (Edmundo Ros) – and 90 other albums »


the British came off rather ignominiously
Means they never done no good, no how, alright, now shut up, right

Well in 1814, we took a little trip
Along with
I was born down in the bottoms of the flat black Delta land
I grew up picking cotton in the Mississippi sand
My mama said son take that girl and go
asks, not that they would
I'll be down in Mississippi and up to no good

No more, what a bore, had enough, I'm out the door
Headed for a breakdown, had it
somewhere downstream
Well, we picked up Harry Truman floating down from Independence
We said "What about the war?", he said "Good riddance"
We said "What
stopped runnin'
My feets was tired anyhow
So I reached in my inside pocket
And got my harp out
Sit down by old beat up railroad train
And get me get
how to have a damn good time

And I take my shots 
Straight out of the jug
And I like to get pure drunk 
In that Mississippi mud

Well lets throw
I'm ridin' to Alabama
With my pistols out by my side
'Cause down in Alabama you can run
But you sure can't hide
Well, down in Mississippi, there's a little bitty town
And there ain't much happens 'till the sun goes down
Then all the people come from miles
and stand
Next in line

Let me introduce you ya to miss
Miss almost made it, miss understood
Miss always jaded, miss up to no good
Miss never gonna make
down in Mexico
I met a few potatoes up in Idaho
I've had a few peaches in Georgia and that San Antoine rose
If the good Lord made any better that you
in Mississippi
Down in Mississippi
Have y'all niggas ever thought about
All the things we been talkin' bout
Down in Mississippi
Down in
Well, down in Mississippi, there's a little bitty town
And there ain't much happens 'till the sun goes down
Then all the people come from miles
crazy is that big fat yellow moon

Look up that pale light
Well she's waking the trees
I'm drifting in your hoodoo
And it amazes me

That magnolia
Well, down in Mississippi, there's a little bitty town
And there ain't much happens till the sun goes down
Then all the people come from miles around
of the union, some talked of good wages
And they lined them up in the dark of the forests
And shot them down without asking no questions

Here's a song to those
I'm ridin' to Alabama
With my pistols out by my side
'Cause down in Alabama you can run
But you sure can't hide
smoking no beer sold after 12 o'clock
Rosedale Mississippi Magic City Juke Joint
Mr Johnson sings over in a corner by the bar
Sold his soul to the devil
smoking no beer sold after 12 o'clock
Rosedale Mississippi Magic City Juke Joint
Mr Johnson sings over in a corner by the bar
Sold his soul to the devil
ain't got shit but I still feel good
Nigga can't take what a nigga don't got
Go hard in the paint, you can tell em post up
Homie in the hood like "let me
Written by robert johnson.


I'm gettin' up soon in the morning
I believe I'll dust my broom
I'm gettin' up soon in the morning
I believe I'll dust
She's gettin' ghetto up in here
She's gettin' ghetto up in here 
Whoa, whoa, whoa.

She be like, "One Mississippi, two Mississippi rock!"
you know what I'm saying?

It's all good baby baby

It was all a dream
I used to read Word Up magazine
Salt 'n' Pepa and Heavy D up in the limousine
Thought I heard a logman cuttin' timber
Down the mississippi line
I'm up the old tombigbee river
High as the pines, all the time

Elegamment les batos
you know what I'm saying?

It's all good baby baby

It was all a dream
I used to read Word Up magazine
Salt 'n' Pepa and Heavy D up in the limousine
She could be no good, I'm telling you
Gather round boys for a tale that is tragic and true
On the Mississippi riverboat, "Magnolia"
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