Blue And Lonesome

Album: Blue And Lonesome (2016)
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  • I'm blue and lonesome
    As a man can be
    I'm blue and lonesome, yeah
    As a man can be
    I don't have no headache about myself
    My love has gone away from me

    Baby, please
    Baby, please come back to me
    Baby, please
    Come on home to me
    Yes, my heart is full of misery
    Baby, you won't be sweet to me

    Yeah, I'm gonna cast my trouble
    Down in the deep blue see
    Yeah, I'm gonna cast my trouble, yeah
    Down in the deep blue see

    And the whales and the fishes
    Have no fuss over me Writer/s: WALTER JACOBS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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