Baby, Please Don't Go

Album: Blues Classics 21 (1935)
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  • Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Down to New Orleans
    You know I love you so
    Baby, please don't go

    Baby, your mind done gone
    Well, your mind done gone
    Well, your mind done gone
    Left the county farm
    You had the shackles on
    Baby, please don't go

    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    To git you way down here
    I make you walk the log
    Baby, please don't go

    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Down to New Orleans
    You know I love you so
    Baby, please don't go

    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    Git you way down here
    Make you walk the log
    Baby, please don't go

    Now how I feel right now
    My baby leavin'
    On that midnight train
    And I'm cryin'

    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Down to New Orleans
    You know I love you so
    Baby, please don't go

    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    For be a dog
    To git you way down here
    I make you walk the log
    Baby, please don't go, yeah

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