"C.C. And O. Blues" as written by and Pink Anderson....
If you didn't want me why don't you tell me so?
If you didn't want me why don't you tell me so?
If you didn't want me why don't you tell me so?
[what boy?]
I won’t be hangin’ round your door no more

Gonna ride the seaboard, he go ride the line
Gonna ride the seaboard, he go ride the line
Gonna ride the seaboard, he go ride the line
[what’s up?]
Gonna ride that train you call the C.C line

I’m goin’ up the country and the time ain’t long
I’m goin’ up the country and the time ain’t long
I’m goin’ up the country and the time ain’t long
[what’s he goin’?]
Goin’ up the country to count your days I’m gone

The C.C. old the best are to ride
The C.C. old the best are to ride
The C.C. old the best are to ride
The C.C. old the best are to ride
[what about it boy?]
That the train to ride to pass it by your line

Mama told me so did father to
Said, mama told me so did father to
Said, mama told me so did father to
[what she tell you boy?]
That C.C. road gonna be the death of me

[what’s it boy?]
I wonder where the engineer is gone
I wonder where the engineer is gone
I wonder where the engineer is gone
[why boy?]
I feel like riding X’s all night long


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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