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Robert Lockwood Jr.-"Take a Little Walk with Me"


Another Great Bluesman to remember: Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. Robert Lockwood Jr.!!
He was an american delta blues guitarist known for being the only to have learnt to play directly by Robert Johnson.
We can listen to Him here below, on this classic called "Take a Little Walk with Me". Here You can catch what we were saying before..the song is very similar to Robert Johnson's"Sweet Home Chicago" with different lyrics.




"Come on, please take a walk with me

Come on, please take a walk with me
Back to the same old place, baby where we long to be
Come on, please take a walk with me

Come on, please take a walk with me
Back to the same old place, baby where your plantation is
Now you know early one mornin' baby, 'bout half past four

You know you come knockin' upon poor Nattie's door
Come on, please take a walk with me
Back to the same old place baby where we long to be
When I call on that gal you know, I'm gonna walk so slow

Tell ya ev'rytime ya see my little woman come walkin', walk some more
Come on, please take a walk with me
Back to the same old place, mama, where we long to be
Well you know I'm gonna take a little walk, on the avenue

I've got somethin' baby, for you to do
Come on, please take a walk with me
You want your daddy to take a walk wit' you?
Back to the same old place, gal where we long to be
Well now you know I believe I'll walk after I walk

On outta this town
I'm gettin' tired of you doggin' me woman, now
Doggin' me around
Come on, please take a walk with me
Back to the same old place, gal where we long to be..."

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