No Good Woman Blues-Milton Sparks

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No Good Woman Blues-Milton Sparks
Milton Sparks, vocal, unknown clarinet, unknown violin, unknown guitar playing in C position, standard tuning, Peetie Wheatstraw, piano in Ab

INTRO

You women, don't know what a good man can stand
You women, don't know what a good man can stand
If my baby had a-knowed, she would not left me cold in hand

When you got a good woman, you can get every no-good jane in town
When you got a good woman, you can get every no-good jane in town
But when that good woman quits you, the no-good janes can not be found

SOLO (Spoken: Play 'em, boys, play 'em. Sure sounds good to me! I'm gettin' worried for you, boys, if you all just only knowed it, I'm gettin' worried.

I walked all the way, from Texas into Niaga' Falls
I walked all the way, from Texas into Niaga' Falls
When I got there, my woman told me to turn right around, 'nother mule's kickin' in my stall

I want to sing these blues 'bout my babe, I ain't gon' sing these blues no more
I want to sing these blues 'bout my babe, ain't gon' sing these blues no more
Because that no-good jane, people, she put me out of doors

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