A man say I had something, look like new
He want me to credit him for some of my stew
Say he's going up the river, try to sell his stack
He would pay me for my stuff when the boat get back
Now you can go on up the river, man, and sell your sack
You can pay me for my stew when the boat get back
I've got good stew and it's got to be sold
The price ain't high, I want to get you told
Go on up the river, man, and sell your sack
It'll be stew meat here, baby, when the boat get back
Now look here man, what you want me to do?
Give you my stew meat and credit you too?
You go on up the river, try and sell your sack
Because I have my stew meat here, when the boat get back
I credit one man, it was to my sorrow
It's cash today, credit tomorrow
So hurry up the river, baby, and try to sell your sack
It's going to be meat here when that boat get back
Now it's ashes to ashes, dust to dust
You try my stuff one time, you can't get enough
So go on up the river, man, and sell your sack
Because the stuff'll be here, baby, when the boat get back


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Stew Meat Blues song meanings
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