"Honey Bee Blues" as written by and John Lee Williamson....
Honey Bee Blues Track 1 3:02
Sonny Boy Williamson I (John Lee)
(John Lee Williamson)
Recorded June 17, 1938 - Aurora, Illinois
With Yank Rachell - mandolin, Walter Davis - piano
Joe Williams - guitar.
Album: The Bluebird Recordings 1938
BMG 1997 - RCA #07863 66796-2
Transcriber: Awcantor@aol.com



I want you to come on, baby
Now and take a walk with me
I want you to come on, baby
Now and take a walk with me
Well, then I show you this won't nothin' bother you
I'll be yo'are little honey bee

I will make you honey in the mo'nin'
Now an I will make you honey at night
Now I will make you honey in the mo'nin'
Now an I will make you honey at night
Now then, I will make you honey three times a day
Baby, if you would just treat me right, now

Well, we will take a walk out in the park
Now an sit down un' some little shade tree
We will take a walk out in the park
Now an sit down un' some little shade tree
Well now you said that I was your baby
And that I could be yo little honey bee

I want to hold you in my arms
Baby, an I want you to hold me tight now
I want to hold you in my arms
Baby an I want you to hug me tight
Now because you said that I was yo honey bee
An I could make your honey just right.

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