"New, New Minglewood Blues" as written by Jerome J. Garcia, William Kreutzmann, Philip Lesh, Ronald Charles Mckernan, Robert Hall Weir and Dp,....
I was born in a desert, Raised in a loin's den
And my number one occupation is stealing women from their men

If your down in Memphis, you best stop down Minglewood
When I take a walk down there, all the women sure look good

If you can't believe me, it'll make it hard to believe in you
'Cause we all need each other, well you know it's true


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"New New Minglewood Blues" as written by Philip Lesh Jerome J. Garcia

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