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Show 61 - Preacher Blues

Show 61 - Preacher Blues

If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element As frequently as the blues was called the devil's music, it's no surprise that blues singers had a little something to say about preachers as well. There are plenty of songs about the hypocrite that says one thing from the pulpit, while he's stealing your crops or your woman. Hi Henry Brown sang about why he wanted the preacher to stay away from his house in 1932's Vocalion recording Preacher Blues.If you want to hear preacher curseBake the bread sweet mama and save him the crustLord, if you want to hear preacher curseJust bake the bread sweet mama and save him the crustPreacher in the pulpit, bible in his handSister in the corner crying "There's my man"Preacher in the pulpit, bible in his handWell the sister’s in the corner crying "There's my man"Preacher comes to your house, you ask him to rest his headNext thing he want to know, "sister, where your husband at?"Preacher comes to you

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