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Famous Blues Covers, The Rolling Stones, "Look What You've Done"



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Famous Blues Covers


December's Children (And Everybody's) is the 5th American studio album by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, released on 4 December 1965. Compiled from disparate sources across the band's recording career up to that point, it features this wonderful version of an epic blues song.


Look What You've Done" – 11 June 1964, Chess records studio, Chicago










The first recording and first release were made by Muddy Waters (December 1, 1956 / July 1960)







"Now look what you've done
Now look what you've done
Look what you've done baby
Now look what you've done
You left me here
The lonely one
And all I can say
Is look what you've done
A broken heart
A worried mind
Because of you baby
Dying all the time
I once had a dream
But now I've none
Your taking your love
And see what it done
I saw you last night
Out moving round
With your new turf
You paint the town
That is OK
You're having your fun
Because some day
They call you done
And now your bird cries
The shadow falls
Gloomy memories
And I recall
Your love is my life
As warm as the sun
But now it is gone
And see what it done..."
Source: LyricFind
Composed by: Mc Kinley Morganfield
Lyrics of Look What You’ve Done © BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.







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