"Milk Cow Blues" as written by and Kokomo Arnold....
This was the first blues I ever learnt from
Bob Wells and the Texas Playboys
called the Milk Cow Blues

Yeah
Well I did woke up this mornin'
And I looks out my door-oor
Hey, I could tell my milkcow
I could tell by the way she lows
So if you see... my milk cow
Well drive, drive, help her back ho-ome
Cause I ain't had no milk and butter
Long since the cow's been go-one

Play your Harmonica Steve, yeah
Well I tried everythi-ing woman
Just to get alo-ong with you
And now I'm goin' to tell you
What I'm gonna do-oo
Well you know I'm gonna stop a-cryin'
I'a a-gonna leave you alo-one
If you don't think I'm leavin', honey
Count the days I'm gone
'Cause you're gonna nee-ee-ee-eed
Your lovin' daddy's help some day
And you will definitely be sorry
'Cause you treat your man the wrong way-ay-ay-ay

Play your fiddle Carl, yeah, ah-ah
Don't you fiddle it son, make it feel good, yeah

Play T.J. - from Chicago
Well, just treat your man right, woman
Day by day-ay
And get out your little prayer book
Get down on your knees and pray
'Cause you're gonna nee-ee-ee-eed
A lovin' daddy's help some day-ay
And you are goin' to be sorry
You just treat your old man the wrong way-ay


Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings

"Milk Cow Blues" as written by Kokomo Arnold

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

Milk Cow Blues song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain