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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
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:
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 -
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.
When I was a boy about the age of ten
Got some old records by the blues men
Found a big connection to my lonely life
I couldn't wait to learn some
John Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Alfred Elkins - imitation bass
Recording: Chicago, July 30, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Bill Broonzy - guitar
Ransom Knowling - sbass, Judge Riley - drums
Album Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19, 1945 - November 12, 1947
Document
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr, Alfred Elkins imbass
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com



(harmonica intro)
Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - guitar
Willie Dixon sb and Charles Saunders - drums
September 19, 1947
Album: Complete Recorded Works Vol 5
October 19,
piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Williams Mitchell - imitation bass
Chicago Apr 4, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com
scootin' booty
Out there on the floor

Well, I guess it's time to get in line
'Cause the house is startin' to hum

Down at Little Joe and Big Bill's
Dance
Shotgun Blues Track #17 3:20
Sonny Boy Williamson (John Lee)
John Lee Williamson - vocal and harmonica
With Blind John Davis - piano, Big Bill
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
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
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
church near by and the promise of a mansion in the sky
Got a heart of gold a million dollar smile and satin clouds at silvery line
So come on down...
So
church near by and the promise of a mansion in the sky
Got a heart of gold a million dollar smile and satin clouds at silvery line
So come on down...
So
The big wheel keeps on turning
On a simple line day by day
The earth spins on its axis
One man struggle while another relaxes

There's a hole in my
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
on the record.

I'd written 'You really got me' as tribute to all those great blues people
I love: Leadbelly and Big Bill Broonzy. And Dave was playing the song
tumbling down
Yes close your eyes and hold me tight
And i'll show you sunset sometime again

The big wheel keeps on turning
On a simple line day by day
Keep them big blue hunnids on me
So I keep money and guns on me
Got a lot of big blue hunnids on me
So I keep money and guns on me
Went
away, and at last one day came a squaw with a story strange,
Of a long-deserted line of traps 'way back of the Bighorn range;
Of a little hut by