"Honeymoon Blues" as written by and Robert Johnson....
Betty Mae, Betty Mae, you shall be my wife someday
Betty Mae, Betty Mae, you shall be my wife someday
I wants a little sweet girl, that will do anything that I say

Betty Mae, you is my heartstring, you is my destiny
Betty Mae, you my heartstring, you is my destiny
And you rolls across my mind, baby, each and every day

Lil' girl, lil' girl, my life seem so misery
Hmm-hmm, little girl, my life seem so misery
Baby, I guess it must be love, now, hoo, Lord, that's takin' effect on me

Some day I will return, with the marriage license in my hand
Some day I will return, hoo, with a marriage license in my hand
I'm gon' take you for a honeymoon, in some long, long distant land


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"Honeymoon Blues" as written by Robert Johnson

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