"Crossroads" as written by and Robert Johnson....
I went to the crossroads
Fell down on my knee
I asked the Lord above me for mercy
"Save Bob, if you please"

Standing, standing on the crossroad
Yeah, I try to flag a ride
Don't nobody seem to know me
Just everybody passing me by

I went down to the crossroads
Fell down on my knee
I asked the Lord above me for mercy
"Save Bob, if you please"

Standing, standing on the crossroad
I try to flag a ride
Don't nobody seem to know me
Just everybody passing me by

I'm standing on the crossroad, baby
Yeah, I think I'm sinking down
Sinking, sinking down


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"Crossroads" as written by George Braith

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    General Comment'Cross Road Blues' wrote by Robert Johnson Released May 1937 Recorded San Antonio, Texas. Friday, November 27, 1936

    Others who have recorded it:
    The Doors during their 1970 Live in Detroit Concert/CD
    Cowboy Junkies
    Cream
    Derek & The Dominos
    Dion on Bronx in Blue 2006
    Free (live)
    Elmore James
    The Hamsters (live)[5][6]
    Ibex (live)
    Lynyrd Skynyrd (live)
    Rolling Stones
    Rush
    Ten Years After
    The Allman Joys
    Van Halen (live)
    Steve Miller Band (live)
    Molly Hatchet (live)
    Smak (live)
    Stephen Stills (Indiana University's Assembly Hall, Indiana, USA - 19 October 1972)
    Jeff Berlin on Pump It 1986
    Page and Plant (live)
    John Mayer (live)
    Stoney Larue (live)

    And probably many more.

    Sly
    SLYcraftson May 14, 2009   Link

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