"I Was Born with the Blues" as written by and Buzz Carlton....
I Was Born With the Blues



When I was a young boy I liked rainy days
And the lonesome sound that a freight train made
I came by it honest theres nothing I can do
I guess you can say I was born with the blues

There was a man from Montgomery
he was that way too and every time he sang a song
he moaned the whole way through
Its not a choice you make it chooses you
I guess you can say I was born with the blues

(Bridge)
One thing about it any time Id feel sad
when Id here ol Lightning Hopkins
I didnt feel so bad
My Grandmother told me Sonny I passed it on to you
I guess you can say I was born with the blues

(Lead Break) (Turn Around)
(Bridge)
(Tag)



* Mechanical licensing for this song can be obtained through the Harry Fox Agency, Inc.





Copyright 2005 Buzz Carlton LLC


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