Charlie Parr - 1922 Blues

Judul : Charlie Parr - 1922 Blues
Artist : Charlie Parr
Genre : Pop
Language : English
Published : November 11, 2021
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Intro

 
Verse   1:
Well   I   worked   all   summer   couldn't   save   a   cent
I   gave   all   my   money   to   the   government
I   don't   know   quite   how   it   got   spent
but   the   banks   are   coming   for   my   deed   boy
Man   at   the   mill   can't   see   boy
Let   me   get   my   feed   for   free   boys
Ain't   that   the   way   it   is
 
 
Verse   2:
I   cut   out   down   a   gravel   road
I   traded   my   stock   for   a   V8   Ford
Danced   for   time   down   on   the   floor   boards
And   the   title   rolled   down   to   me   boys
That   gasoline   ain't   free   boys
And   this   clutch   wearin'   out   my   knee   boy
Ain't   that   the   way   it   is
 
 
Break:
 
 
Verse   3:
Well   i   met   me   a   woman   down   in   Saint   Paul
Even   met   her   mother   and   I   met   her   Pa'
Her   Brother   told   me   he'd   bust   my   jaw
If   I   talked   to   his   sister   again   boy
Told   me   I   couldn't   win   boy
There's   blood   running   down   my   chin   now
Ain't   that   the   way   it   is
 
 
Verse   4:
Well   I   slept   all   night   on   the   bar   room   floor
Woke   up   this   morning   my   head   was   sore
Pockets   empty   but   I   want   some   more
The   bar   man's   got   my   car   boy
Tab's   worth   more   by   far   boys
And   I   leave   her   down   at   the   bar   now
Ain't   that   the   way   it   is
 
 
Break:
 
 
Verse   5:
Well   I   hitched   me   a   ride   on   the   way   back   home
I   got   me   a   job   on   a   family   farm
Times   are   hard   here   but   I   can't   roam
I   ain't   got   nothing   more   boys
I   owe   that   company   store   boy
Gold's   looking   good   for   sure   boy
Ain't   that   the   way   it   is
 
 
Verse   6:
Well   I   worked   all   summer   couldn't   save   a   cent
I   gave   all   my   money   to   the   government
I   don't   know   quite   how   it   got   spent
but   the   banks   are   coming   for   my   deed   boy
Man   at   the   mill   can't   see   boy
Let   me   get   my   feed   for   free   boys