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Big Bill Broonzy, "Lonesome Road Blues(Walkin' Down That Road)"








This song inspired so many blues artists and some of them recorded it. We can't forget Muddy Waters.
Also Eric Clapton played it during "461 Ocean Boulevard " sessions(1974). It remained unreleased till 1996,when "Crossroads 2 : Live in the Seventies" was published.







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Have you ever been walking, walking down that old lonesome road?
Have you ever been walking, walking down that old lonesome road?
No place to go, whee well brown no place to room and board
Things look so lonesome, down that road ahead
Things look so dark, down that road ahead
Been thinkin' of the way you livin', whee well boy and what your mother said
Things look so lonesome, when you ain't got a shelter over your head
Things look so lonesome, when you ain't got a shelter over your head
When you could have been at home, whee well boy sleepin' in a feather bed..."

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