"Hudy Leadbelly" as written by and Brownie Mcghee Sonny Terry....
Oh, Hudy Leadbelly
Yes, he was my best friend
Hudy, Hudy Leadbelly
Yes, he was my best friend
Well, he could pick more cotton
Yes, I'm meaning four or five men

Mean Hudy Leadbelly
Never had no falling out
Mean Hudy Leadbelly
Never had no falling out
Well, we're always wise to the women
And we know just what it all about

Mean Hudy Leadbelly
Nothing did and never would I mind
Oh, mean Hudy Leadbelly
Nothing did and never would I mind
When he didn't had a price of a bottle of Winston
I only had price of a bottle of wine

He was known from coast to coast
Yes, he was know 'way across the sea
Hudy Leadbelly was known from coast to coast
And he was know 'way across the sea
Oh, he went and lived over there
Hudy, I want you to sing for me


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"Hudy Leadbelly" as written by Sonny (us Terry Brownie Mac-ghee

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