Language   

Southwest Pacific Blues

Sonny Boy & Lonnie
Language: English



(1947?)
Southwest Pacific Blues

Testo tratto da questo forum
Early one Tuesday mornin', when the mailman knocked upon my door
Ooooooooo, when the mailman knocked upon my door
He said, "I'm sorry, Sonny Boy, I believe you've got to go."

Spoken, during solo: Pick 'em out, Mr. Bradley. Yes, now! Mama! Oh, send me!

They took me down to the Cumberland Tower, that's where th big boat roll me away
Ooooooooo, That's where the big boat row rolled me away
I said, "Bye bye, little baby, Little Man may return someday."

I mean I rode the Southwest Pacific, I rode it both day and night
Ooooooooo, Lordy, I rode it both day and night
Lordy, don't let nobody tell you, there's nothin' over there but a whole lots of Hell

Lordy, tell my dear old mother what a fool Little Boy have been
Ooooooooo, what a fool Little Man, Man have been
I said, "Bye bye, little baby, Little Man can't be the same old way."

2018/3/30 - 16:12



Main Page

Please report any error in lyrics or commentaries to antiwarsongs@gmail.com

Note for non-Italian users: Sorry, though the interface of this website is translated into English, most commentaries and biographies are in Italian and/or in other languages like French, German, Spanish, Russian etc.




hosted by inventati.org