"Old September Blues" as written by and Jim James....
All alone at the end of the day
Really tired it's time to hit the hay
It was always good to hear you say
You never were a drawback,
You always were an asset,
You never were a drawback,
No, you weren't
Put away your corset,
Put away your shoes,
Put away the old September blues.

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"Old September Blues" as written by Jim James


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  • +1
    General CommentThe instrumental at the begining is an ode to "Sleepwalk" you may remember it from "La Bamba".
    ericheaduson October 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthe version of this song on the heartbreakin man EP is absolutely beautiful, surprised no one has said anything about it.

    so nice.
    stoiaboyon July 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgreat song, not sure what it means... does anyone know what the original song is called?? or the artist? and im talking about the guitar riff at the start of the song, it's an instumental.
    harry balsaniaon November 03, 2007   Link

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