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Show 53 - More Cars

Show 53 - More Cars

Your browser does not support the audio tag. Cars had become one of the centers of American life by the 1920s and plenty of blues musicians we’re singing about them. It’s interesting that Blind Lemon Jefferson sang in several songs about driving cars, something he could never do as a blind man. Booger Rooger Blues starts out about driving and ends up talking about the problems cars cause with women.I drive to the station, woman, I bid you adieu (I swear it ain’t no use?)I drive to the station, then I bid you adieuTell me, you always got a fatmouth following youMy baby's quit me, man, she done throwed me down I said my baby's quit me, she done throwed me downI wouldn't hate it so bad, but that talk is all over townShe's a long tall woman, she got relatives in ArkansasLong tall woman, she got relatives in ArkansasShe ain't so good looking, but, lord, them dimples is all in her jawI cried all night and all that night beforeI say, I cried all night and all that night beforeWell, it's t

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