"Stranger Blues" as written by and Morris/james Levy....
From the Savoy Brown LP "Wire Fire"
I'm a stranger here, I just rode in your town
I'm a stranger here, I just rode in your town
And everybody I meet, they want to do me down
And everybody I meet, want to do me down
I'm goin' back home, wear out ninety-nine pair of shoes
I'm goin' back home, wear out ninety-nine pair of shoes
When I get back home, I won't have these stranger blues
When I get back home, I won't have these stranger blues
I'm goin' back home, wear out ninety-nine pair of shoes
I'm goin' back home, wear out ninety-nine pair of shoes
And when I get back home, I won't have these stranger blues
When I get back home, I won't have these stranger blues
I won't have these stranger blues (stranger blues)
I won't have these stranger blues (stranger blues)
Transcribed by Rich Kulawiec, rsk@ecn.purdue.edu


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"Stranger Blues" as written by Marshall E Sehorn Elmore James

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