"Don't Ease Me In" as written by Jerome J. Garcia, Michael S. Hart, Philip Lesh, Robert Hall Weir, William Kreutzmann, Brent Richard Mydland and Dp,....
Don't ease, don't ease, don't ease me in
I've been all night long commin' home, don't ease me in

When I turned around sweet mama, she was way across town
So I'm walkin' down the street with a dollar in my hand
I've been lookin' for a woman sweet mama, ain't got no man

The girl I love, she's sweet and true
You the dress she wears, sweet mama, it's pink and blue
She brings me coffee, she brings me tea
She brings me 'bout every damm thing but the jailhouse keys

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"Don't Ease Me In" as written by Brent Richard Mydland Dp

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    General CommentHenry Thomas Recorded it some time between 1927 and 1928, He was a folk/blues singer, most likely more folk as his playing style is not really seen anywhere else recorded and predates "Blues" music so to say, he was an man in his 50's when he recorded these songs and Blues was just really becoming very popular.

    His album "Ragtime Texas" is available at Document-Records.co.uk
    FackingHellon March 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is a cover song, but I forgot who originally recorded it. He was a singer of like the 20s and 30s (maybe 40s) I think.
    Thegodofhatson February 07, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgood for what ails ya
    sdz896542on December 27, 2015   Link

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