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All In A Day
All These Blues
Blues With A Feeling
Born In Chicago
Buddy's Advice
Except You
Get Out Of My Life, Woman
I Got A Mind To Give Up Living
I Got My Mojo Working
Keep On Moving

Last Night
Look Over Yonders Wall
Losing Hand
Love Disease
Love March
Mary, Mary
Mellow Down Easy
Morning Sunrise
Mystery Train
Never Say No

No Amount Of Loving
Our Love Is Drifting
Shake Your Money-Maker
So Far So Good
Two Trains Running
Walkin' Blues
Walking By Myself
Where Did My Baby Go?


Last Night
by Walter Jacobs a.k.a. Little Walter
recording of 1965, from The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Elektra 7294-2 or 7559-60547-2)


Last night I lost the best friend I ever had
Last night I lost the best friend I ever had
Well, she gone off and left me, oh, make me feel so bad

Well, it's early in the morning when my love come falling down for you
Well, it's early in the morning, baby, when my love come falling down for you
I want you to tell me, baby, tell me what are we gonna do

Well, I'll wait till tomorrow, they tell me every day brings some bottle of change
Well, I'll wait till tomorrow, they tell me every day brings some bottle of change
Well, I love you, love you baby, honey, ain't it a crying shame

Last night I lost the best friend I ever had
Last night I lost the best friend I ever had
Well, she gone off and left me, oh, make me feel so bad

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Look Over Yonders Wall
by J. Clark
recording of 1965, from The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Elektra 7294-2 or 7559-60547-2)


Look over yonders wall and hand me down my walking cane
Well, I got myself a woman, yonder come your man

I'm in love with you pretty baby, you don't treat me right,
You take all my money and walk the streets at night
Look over yonders wall, ah, hand me down my walking cane
Well, I got myself a woman, yonder come your man

Your man went to the wall,
I know that he was rough
I don't know how many men he killed,
I know he killed enough

Look over yonders wall and hand me down my walking cane
Well, I got myself a woman, yonder come your man

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Losing Hand
by Chuck Calhoun
recording of 1969, from Keep On Moving (Elektra 74053)


I'm gambling on your loving, babe, you gave a losing hand
Yeah, I'm gambling on your loving, babe, got nothing but a losing hand
Yeah, the way you treat me, babe, oh, it's like the shifting desert sand

Thought I'd be your king, baby, yeah, and you would be my queen
Baby, I thought I'd be your king, baby, yeah, and you would be my queen
Ah, but you dealt me for your joker, babe, um, when I thought you'd be the loser's queen
What'd you be to that, babe?

Yeah, the way you treat me, babe, I don't believe I'll ever understand
The way you treat me babe, I don't think I'll ever understand
Ah, the waves keep changing, baby, just like the shifting desert sand

Gambling on your loving, baby, got a losing hand, yeah, babe
You gave me nothing but a losing hand, yeah, yeah
The way you treat me, babe, ah, yeah, yeah, yeah, baby, I'll never understand
Yeah, yeah

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Love Disease
by Brother Gene Dinwiddie
recording of 1969, from Keep On Moving (Elektra 74053)


I wanna tell you, babe, how I feel and when I'm up I'm down
My head is so turned around, know that it's real
Yeah, I'm on my knees, yeah, when I'm on my knees
I say, hey, got that love disease, got that love disease

Ah, such a good feeling, I'm here with tears on my right shoe
I'm so glad but I'm mad, most folks cry when they're sad
So strong yet so weak
I got that fever
Hey, I'm so at ease
And why don't you help me, please
I got that love disease, I got that love disease

Ah, when you see the witch doctor
Ah, ask him what's wrong with me
He gave me soup for my hair and old ball for my eye

For nerves there was chicken liver, too
Yeah, I cry, cry to my momma
Oh, hey, momma, what's wrong with me?
Yeah, she said, son, don't you worry now
Been going on since the beginning of time
Yeah, caught by a woman
A one to put a nick on you
Yeah, just act natural like
I believe you know what to do
Yeah, help me, please
I got that love disease, I got that love disease
Baby

Yeah, I saw my woman down on the avenue
Yeah, I knew how to cry when I saw her eye
That woman had the fever too
Yeah, I wanted to tell her about some things I knew
I said, oh, help me please
I got that love disease, I got that love disease
Oh, come on, baby, I can't stop it now, I can't stop it now
Got that love, got that love, ooh, baby, got that, uhm, baby

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Love March
by Brother Gene Dinwiddie / Phillip Wilson
recording of 1969, from Keep On Moving (Elektra 74053)


Oh, yeah, there's a love march going on here
Bring your horn, brother
Get on in line
Hey, you, step in line
Oh, me, sir
Oh, all right

Marching along
Thinking as time goes by
Sing a glad song
Sing all the time
While I make all the people
Feels so good
Treat all my brothers like I should
See all the houses all in place
Living's no longer an empty space

Marching along
Love as much as I can
Try and be strong
[List string the shoes I had]???
Good for the time that's not too far
Good while no jealousy and war
Aim my sad eyes into the sun
Think of all people just as one
March!

People say because my daddy did these things
Oh, yes, they say
They say that I must wear a tie and be the same
I got to treat my brother wrong
And kill him, what a shame
Oh, yeah, what a shame, yeah, yeah
But I know, yes, I know
What is it you know, right?
What you know?
There's got to be a change

March all along
Love as much as I can
Try and be strong
[List string the shoes I had]???
Good for the time that's not too far
Good while no jealousy and war
Aim my sad eyes into the sun
Think of all people just as one
Hep, two, three, four
Hep, two, three, four

Hep, two, three, four
Love march
Gonna be a change

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Mary, Mary
by Michael Nesmith
recording of 1966, from East-West (Elektra 2-7315)


Mary, Mary, where are you goin' to?
Mary, Mary, can I go there too
This one thing I will vow you,
I'd rather die than and live without ya
Mary, Mary, where are you goin' to?

Mary, Mary, tell me truly
What did I do to make you leave me
Whatever it was you know I didn't mean to,
I never tried, a-tried to hurt you
Mary, Mary, where are you goin' to?

What more, Mary, can I do
To prove my love is truly yours?
I've done more than a clear-thinkin' man would do

Mary, Mary, it's not over
Wherever you go, child, I will follow
Until I win your love again
And stand beside you,
But until then
Mary, Mary, where are you goin' to?

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Mellow Down Easy
by Willie Dixon
recording of 1965, from The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Elektra 7294-2 or 7559-60547-2)


Jump, jump here, jump, jump there
Jump, jump baby, everywhere
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You outta mellow down easy, baby, 'fore you you go in time
You outta mellow down easy, baby, please don't stop

You gotta move, move here, move, move there
Move, move baby, move, move baby
Move, move baby everywhere
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You gotta mellow down easy, baby, 'fore you you go in time
You gotta mellow down easy, baby, 'fore you you go in time

Move, move here, move, move there
Move, move baby, move, move baby
Move, move baby everywhere
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You gotta mellow down easy, baby
You outta mellow down easy, baby
You outta mellow down easy, baby

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Morning Sunrise
by Paul Butterfield / Phillip Wilson
recording of 1969, from Keep On Moving (Elektra 74053)


Baby, all I can feel is the morning sunrise coming on
Yeah, I can feel all my love coming on
Yeah, try to remember the long time has passed on by
Yeah, I'm all alone these days, may we both cry
Yeah, baby, they're gone

All I can feel is the morning sunrise coming on
Baby, all I can feel, all my love for you
Every evening
Life can be so strong when you say what you feel, yeah
It's so hard sometimes
To leave me girl, just please me

Yeah, you wonder
If you knew love the way you know how
I believe it's a rough time, baby
But I know it's the right time, babe
Yeah, yeah, yeah
I know it's the right time
And the right time is now

Yeah, I can feel it coming on
Yeah, ooh, baby, it's the morning sunrise
Oooh, all my loving
And all my love
All I can feel and all my love is the morning sunrise

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Mystery Train
recording of 1965, from The Paul Butterfield Blues Band (Elektra 7294-2 or 7559-60547-2)

Train I ride is sixteen coaches long
Train I ride is sixteen coaches long
Well, that long black train take my baby and gone

Mystery train rolling down the track
Mystery train rolling down the track
Well, it took my baby, feel they won't be coming back

Train, train, rolling round the bend
Train, train, rolling round the bend
Well, it took my baby, feel they won't be back again

Train I ride is sixteen coaches long
Train I ride is sixteen coaches long
Well, that long black train take my baby and gone

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Never Say No
traditional
recording of 1966, from East-West (Elektra 2-7315)


Baby, please, don't walk out on me
I will never hurt you
Someone else will really hurt you
Baby, please, don't walk out on me
And, honey, please, stop being so mean to me
You know that I love you
I done proved that I love you
Please, stop being so mean to me

I've given you my money, baby
And the loving too
I've done everything that a fool can do
To try and to keep you happy
And to satisfy I want you by my side
Baby, please, don't say no to me
Till you heard my story
'Cause you just might like my story
Baby, please, don't say no to me
Don't say no, baby
Baby, please, don't say no to me

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