"Lonesome Cabin" as written by and Sonny Boy Williamson Rice Miller....
In my one room little cabin, just me and my little girl alone
In my one room little cabin, just me and my little girl alone
It makes a man feel so good when she wrap way back in your arms

The little room is so small, I can't even put up no cookin' stove
The little room is so small, till I can't put up no cookin' stove
But you can tell from the weather, it's so cold, so cold outdoors

I could hear it rainin', and see the lightnin' flashin' on my window pane
Could hear it rainin', could hear it rainin', and I could see the lightnin' flashin' on my window pane
But the little girl lay her head up in my chest and said "I love you, and I'm not ashamed"


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"Lonesome Cabin" as written by Willie Williamson

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