"Wednesday Evening" as written by John Lee Hooker and Bernard Besman....
She left me that Wednesday evenin'.
She left me on my bended knee.
She left me that Wednesday evenin'.
She left me on my bended knee.

I was beggin' my baby, baby please don't go.
It was that Wednesday.
When the storm was sinkin' low.
You know it was that Wednesday, evenin'.

When the storm was sinkin' low.
My baby packed her clothes.
Yes, I got to leave now.
I said, Lord have mercy.

Help me in my wicked way.
Lord, have mercy.
Help me in my wicked ways.

Send my baby back to me.
Send my baby on back to me.


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"Wednesday Evening" as written by John Lee Hooker Bernard Besman

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