"Write Me a Few Lines" as written by and Fred Mcdowell....
Well, when you get home baby
Please won't y'all sit down
And write me a few of your lines

Oh, when you get home mama
Please won't y'all sit down
And write me a few of your lines
That's the biggest consolation mama
Lord, little girl
Man, to ease my worried mind

And everywhere that I go now
Lord child it seems
Everybody's down on
Lordy, down on me

Well, everywhere that I go baby
Lordy, girl it seems
Everybody's down on me

Give me some of your lovin' mama
Oh, I'll see what that does for me
That's what they're doin' baby
That's what they're doin' baby

Well I got a letter this mornin' now
And I believe I'll tell ya
Lord, how it worried
How it worried me

Yeah, I got a letter this mornin' now
I believe I'll tell you now
Lord, how it worried me

Oh yeah

Well you're an evil woman now
Oh, I can see what that's doin' to me


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"Write Me a Few Lines" as written by Fred Mcdowell

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