"Down Home Blues" as written by and Tom Delaney....
I never felt
So lonesome before;
My friend has quit me;

He's gone for sure;
He broke my heart,
For I loved him true;
So now I'm worried,

Lonesome and blue.
I've got the blues on my mind,
And I just feel like crying all the time.
Woke up this morning, the day was dawning,

And I was feeling all sad and blue,
I had nobody to tell my troubles to;
I felt so worried,
I didn't know what to do.

But there's no use in grievin', because I'm leavin',
I'm broken-hearted and Dixie-bound;
I been mistreated, ain't got no time to lose.
My train is leaving,

And I got the down-home blues.
Woke up this morning, the day was dawning,
And I was feeling all sad and blue,
Lord, I had nobody to tell my troubles to;

I felt so worried,
I didn't know what to do.
But there's no use in grievin', because I'm leavin',
I'm broken-hearted and Dixie-bound;

Lord, I been mistreated, ain't got no time to lose.
My train is leaving,
And I got the down-home blues.


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"Down Home Blues" as written by Tom Delaney

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