//Transcribed from original song on 17/12/07
//Cigarette Blues recorded by Bo Carter (Chatman) on 20th Feburary 1936 in New Orleans.

Says i've come over here sweet baby,
'cause im all alone,
haven't got nobody,
Just to carry my smoking on.
Won't you just drove my cigarette,
smoke it that whole night long.
Just drove my cigarette baby till you make my good ashes come.

Now I got to go up the country,
just to get my cigarette boiled.
The women round this place,
gonna let my cigarette spoil.
Won't you just smoke my cigarette,
drove it the whole night long.
Just drove my cigarette baby until you make my good ashes come.

Now i've come over here sweet baby,
just to get my ashes hauled.
Lord, the women at the other place,
gonna let my ashes fall.
Won't you just drove my cigarette,
smoke it the whole night long.
Just drove my cigarette baby until you make my good ashes come.

Heres one thing I want you to know,
before you leave from home.
My cigarette ain't to big,
and you know it ain't too long.
Won't you just drove my cigarette,
smoke it the whole night long.
Just drove my cigarette baby until you make my good ashes come.


Lyrics submitted by FackingHell

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