A Man and the Blues

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Lurrie Bell

Lurrie Bell (born Lurrie C. Bell, December 13, 1958, Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American blues guitarist and singer. His father was renowned blues harmonica player, Carey Bell. more »


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1997
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What can a poor man do, you know when the blues keep bothering him around 
What can a poor man do, you know when the blues keep bothering him around 
Give him a half pint of good liquor, and sit down and drink it all down 
You know, sometimes I feel, I feel like drinkin' me some gasoline 
You know, sometimes I feel, I feel like drinkin' me some gasoline 
Strikin' me a match and blow myself up in steam 
I feel I'm gonna move on back down south, 
you know where the water tastes like cherry wine 
I feel I'm gonna move on back down south, 
you know where the water tastes like cherry wine 
Because this crap of whiskey and water tastes to me like turpentine 

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