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 SHANNON..............1  (0,000%)
I went down on Shannon Street : now to buy              Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shannon Street Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020847-1) BB-B7847 RCA INT-1088
 SHAPE................7  (0,003%)
know they got the shape all right : but they            Roland, Walter; T Model Blues; New York, 17 July 1933; (13552-1) Ba-32932 Yz L-1017
ah look what a shape I'm in I says                      Alexander, Texas; Ninety-Eight Degree Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402640-A) OK-8705 Yz L-1004
mother : tell her the shape I'm in Tell her             Oden, Jimmy; Going Down Slow; Chicago, 11 Nov. 1941; (070409-1) BB-B8889 RBF RF-16
two or three tumors : shape like a cube Two             Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Terrible Operation Blues; Richmond, Ind., 19 Nov. 1930; (17276-B) Ch-16171 Riv RM-8803
turn Get in a shape : like a fishing worm               Smith, Trixie; Black Bottom Hop; New York, c. Dec. 1925; (2364-1) Pm-12336 CC-29
beautiful woman : for the shape she's in Her feet       Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
sure be in my shape some old day You                    Short, Jaydee; Grand Daddy Blues; New York, 14 Mar. 1932; (11479-A) Vo-1708 Yz L-1018
 SHAPED...............4  (0,002%)
long and she's tall : shaped just like a cannonball     Arnold, Kokomo; Long and Tall; Chicago, 12 Jan. 1937; (91070-A) De-7306 CC-25
and she's tall : she's shaped just like a willow        Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
got a gal : she's shaped like a hog Her                 Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
two or three tumors : shaped like a cube Two            Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Terrible Operation Blues; New York, 17 Sept. 1930; (10048-2) Or-8033 Yz L-1035
 SHARE................2  (0,001%)
warm room : and so Share it with papa : don't           Carr, Leroy; Gettin' All Wet; Chicago, 13 Aug. 1929; (C-4034- ) Vo-1423 Yz L-1036
money : he say boys share the mule Stone live           Estes, Sleepy John; Tell Me About It; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93008-A) De-7766 Sw S-1220
 SHARES...............1  (0,000%)
now : how come he shares Going to fool around           McCoy, Joe; Something Gonna Happen to You; Chicago, 1 Nov. 1935; (96262- ) BB-B6260 Yz L-1021;
 SHARING..............1  (0,000%)
ought to see mine Sharing her jelly : all over          McCoy, Joe; That Will Be Alright; New York, 18 June 1929; (148708-3) Co-14439-D Yz L-1021
 SHARP................1  (0,000%)
It's a long pointed sharp something : don't make me     Bryant, Laura; Dentist Chair Blues-Part 1; Long Island City, c. Jan. 1929; (322-A) QRS-R7055 His HLP-21
 SHAVE................4  (0,002%)
forty-dollar razor : trying to shave that knot Yes my   Shade, Will; What's the Matter; Memphis, 17 Sept. 1929; (55530-2) Vi-V38551 Jo SM-3104
know he needs a shave When a woman get                  Alexander, Texas; Ninety-Eight Degree Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402640-A) OK-8705 Yz L-1004
to take your name Shave you up and down                 Speckled Red (Rufus Perryman); House Dance Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-184- ) Br-7137 OJL-20
barber : you won't even shave You know a clean-face     Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Cave Man Blues; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59962-2) Vi-V38605 Mel MLP-7324;
 SHAY.................2  (0,001%)
wrenches : and a two-horse shay Pair of old britches    Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Terrible Operation Blues; New York, 17 Sept. 1930; (10048-2) Or-8033 Yz L-1035
Four monkey wrenches : two-horse shay Pair of old britches Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Terrible Operation Blues; Richmond, Ind., 19 Nov. 1930; (17276-B) Ch-16171 Riv RM-8803
 SHE..................1806  (0,773%)
the day she cook She ??? : that sugar pudding           unknown artist (Memphis Jug Band); Sugar Pudding; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47009-1) Vi-21740 Rt RL-337
got a notoriety woman : she about to drive me           Blake, Blind; Notoriety Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20875-2) Pm-12754 Bio BLP-12031;
hand down her back : she act like a cat                 Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
me feeling blue Lord she act just like the              Davis, Walter; Please Don't Mistreat Me; Chicago, 12 July 1940; (049323-1) BB-B8664 Yz L-1025
round world do right She act like an angel              Fuller, Blind Boy; Crooked Woman Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26619-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
get your women : and she act funny in every             McClennan, Tommy; Drop Down Mama; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053741-1) BB-B8704 Rt RL-305
to be so mean She acts like a woman                     Arnold, Kokomo; Set Down Gal; Chicago, 30 Mar. 1937; (91166-A) De-7361 OJL-20
her at a sociable : she acts just like a                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
to be so rough She ain't the type : to                  Arnold, Kokomo; Set Down Gal; Chicago, 30 Mar. 1937; (91166-A) De-7361 OJL-20
you went wrong : because she ain't never harmed a       Barefoot Bill; Big Rock Jail; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1929; (149356-2) Co-14481-D Rt RL-313
let her tell it : she ain't got no man                  Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
act like a cat She ain't low and squatty                Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
ain't low and squatty : she ain't long and slim         Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
ought to meet mine She ain't so good-looking : but      Bell, Ed; Mamlish Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4816-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
she strictly tailor-made : boy she ain't no hand-me-down Catch Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
comes in the morning : she ain't got a word             Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
got a sweet mama : she ain't low at all                 Blake, Blind; Panther Squall Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20582-2) Pm-12723 Yz L-1016
woman good little woman : she ain't a thing but         Bracey, Ishman; Woman Woman Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-239-2) Pm-12970 OJL-2
gamble all the time    She ain't good-looking : but the Carr, Leroy; Eleven Twenty-Nine Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16429-1) Vo-03157 Bio BLP-C9
legs like a needle : she ain't got no chin              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
in your face : Lord she ain't no friend to              Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Mean Old 'Frisco Blues; Chicago, 15 Apr. 1942; (070863-1) BB-34-0704 RBF RF-202
want no woman : if she ain't got a railroad             Gibson, Clifford; Blues Without a Dime; New York, 10 Dec. 1929; (57756- ) Vi-V38590 Yz L-1027
about my gal : because she ain't doing me right         Gillum, Bill Jazz; She Won't Treat Me Kind; Aurora, Ill., 16 Dec. 1938; (030826- ) BB-B8106 RCA INT-1177
love no woman : if she ain't got baby ways              Howell, Peg Leg; Doin' Wrong; Atlanta, 9 Nov. 1927; (145184-2) Co-14473-D RBF RF-11
woman's left town : and she ain't coming back no        Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booster Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2474-1) Pm-12347 Bio BLP-12000
my baby left town : she ain't coming here no            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booster Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2474-1) Pm-12347 Bio BLP-12000
looking fair brown : but she ain't never learned Lemon's Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Chock House Blues; Chicago, c. May or June 1926; (2558-2) Pm-12373 Mil MLP-2007
got relatives in Arkansas She ain't so good-looking : but Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booger Rooger Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3088-2) Pm-12425 Bio BLP-12015
She's a tailor-made woman : she ain't no hand-me-down I Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bad Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3090-2) Pm-12443 Mil MLP-2007
I've got another mama : she ain't long and up           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
ticket to hell    Now she ain't good-looking : she don't Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
an angel down But she ain't not a good                  Lasky, Louie; Teasin' Brown Blues; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-945-B) Vo-02955 Her H-201
tall like mine Lord she ain't good-looking : but I      Lewis, Furry; Good Looking Girl Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1132 Rt RL-329
Red : baby's in jail She ain't got nobody : come        McCoy, Joe; Oh Red; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1936; (90691-A) De-7182 AH-77
Oh Red : she's outdoors She ain't got nowhere : carry   McCoy, Joe; Oh Red; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1936; (90691-A) De-7182 AH-77
looking for another man She ain't got nobody in         McTell, Blind Willie; Kind Mama; Atlanta, 31 Oct. 1929; (149319-2) Co-14657-D Yz L-1037
a tailor-made mama : and she ain't no hand-me-down Mama McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
I know my babe : she ain't treating me right            Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
her look : like what she ain't She spends it            Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
Taking my baby away : she ain't coming here no          Ranger, Jack; T. P. Window Blues; San Antonio, 28 June 1929; (402768) OK-8785 Rt RL-315
she tooting out behind She ain't so good-looking : she  Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
She ain't so good-looking : she ain't got no great      Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
great long mamlish hair She ain't got no gold           Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
bold Mama's shipwrecked shipwrecked : she ain't got no time Smith, Clara; Shipwrecked Blues; New York, 3 Apr. 1925; (140491-1) Co-14077-D CC-32
get along so well She ain't working : have a            Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; Honey Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1931; (VO-126- ) Vo-1633 Yz L-1031
She blowed just like : she ain't going no more          Smith, Six Cylinder; Pennsylvania Woman Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-214-2) Pm-12968 Yz L-1004
reason I love her : she ain't no hand-me-down Mmm       Spand, Charlie; Back to the Woods Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15456) Pm-12817 Yz L-1015
she do mess around She ain't there : she's all          Sykes, Roosevelt; Single Tree Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15563) Pm-12827 Riv RM-8819
good old kid But she ain't the gal : a                  Sykes, Roosevelt; 3 6 and 9; Grafton, Wis., c. Aug. 1930; (L-449-2) Pm-13004 Riv RM-8819
man in town Know she ain't no good : she                Sykes, Roosevelt; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 3 Nov. 1930; (C-6475-A) Me-M12086 Yz L-1033
only thing I hate : she ain't no woman of               Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Good Time Blues; Chicago, c. Nov. 1928; (21027-1) Pm-12752 Bio BLP-12004
The woman I'm loving : she ain't no gal of              Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Peaches in the Springtime; Memphis, 13 Feb. 1928; (41890-2) Vi-21657 Rt RL-311
about my gal : because she ain't doing me right         Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Worried About that Woman; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2032-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
she will swear that she ain't  got a dime               Wheatstraw, Peetie; When a Man Gets Down; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90961-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
save her wicked soul  She ain't going to drink          Williams, Joe; Brother James; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07663-1) BB-B7022 RCA INT-1087
baby used to lay  She ain't very good-looking : she     Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
Now tell her that she ain't acting nothing but          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Rainy Day Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030857-1) BB-B8094 RCA INT-1088
to meet the lion : she ain't going to even              Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
love me : I hope she ain't in love with                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Black Name Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070147- ) BB-B8992 BC-3
her fifty dollars : and she almost fell She had         Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; Boodle-De-Bum Bum; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4631- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
a pony Lord : and she already trained  When I           Williams, Joe; My Grey Pony; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85491- ) BB-B5948 RBF RF-14
wildcat in the woods She always raising hell and        Arnold, Kokomo; Bad Luck Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (63753-A) De-7540 CC-25
don't want one now She always milks me dry              Blake, Blind; Rope Stretchin' Blues-Part 2; Grafton, Wis., c. Oct. 1931; (L-1101-2) Pm-13103 Bio BLP-12037
in my mother's arms She always told me : son            Davis, Walter; Travelin' this Lonesome Road; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85480-1) BB-B5982 RCA INT-1175
got myself a mama : she always keep me feeling          Davis, Walter; Please Don't Mistreat Me; Chicago, 12 July 1940; (049323-1) BB-B8664 Yz L-1025
Now my sweet woman : she always doing my cleans         Estes, Sleepy John; Married Woman Blues; Chicago, 17 July 1935; (90175-A) Ch-50048 OJL-21
what sister Johnson said She always takes : a candy     Hurt, Mississippi John; Candy Man Blues; New York, 28 Dec. 1928; (401483-B) OK-8654 Bio BLP-C4
love salt water : well she always wants a drink         Patton, Charley; Revenue Man Blues; New York, 31 Jan. 1934; (14747- ) Vo-02931 Yz L-1020
baby my baby : now she always keep me feeling           Taylor, Charley; Heavy Suitcase Blues; Grafton, Wis., Mar. or Apr. 1930; (L-251-2) Pm-12967 Yz L-1028
the rule : now because she always has her way           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
a real pal : and she answers to all my                  Welsh, Nolan; Dying Pickpocket Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21098-3) Pm-12759 Yz L-1028
canoe Even my woman she asked me : daddy do             Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Me, Myself, and I; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (064004-1) BB-B8784 RCA-730.581
a word to say She asking all her friends                Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
got a mojo : because she, baby you been using           Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 Co C-30034
ain't sweet like mine She bake her jellyroll : all      Jackson, Papa Charlie; Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine; Chicago, c. Aug. 1926; (2613-4) Pm-12383 Yz L-1029
any man's mind Now she bake good jellyroll : she        Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
please me so well : she bake them with her              Weaver, Curley; Fried Pie Blues; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9943-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
she bake good jellyroll : she bakes it nice and         Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
My woman so lowdown : she barrelhouse all the time      Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
struts around all day : she barrelhouses the whole night Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
I wonder where could she be Lord I wonder               Davis, Walter; Just Want to Talk Awhile; Chicago, 5 Dec. 1941; (070451-1) BB unissued RC INT-1085
brownskin : don't care where she be    Grab your gal    Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
walks But I know she be shaking that thing              Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
ask my woman : will she be my wife I                    Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
babe : no matter where she be  Then again you           Wheatstraw, Peetie; True Blue Woman; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1258-1) Vo-03185 Say SDR-191
caught that Big Four : she beat it back to              Jordan, Charley; Big Four Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5837- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
your wobbler come If she beats me wiggling : she        Florence, Nellie ; Jacksonville Blues ; Atlanta, 21 Apr. 1928; (146174-1) Co-14342-D OJL-6
Had no loving : since she been gone Vernita : baby      Estes, Sleepy John; Vernita Blues; New York, 2 Aug. 1935; (62463-A) De-7342 Cor CP-58
God to tell : who she been waiting on    Now            Evans, Joe; Down in Black Bottom; New York, 21 May 1931; (10664-1) Or-8083 Yz L-1015
always tell me where she been I always will             Fox, John D.; The Worried Man Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 Dec. 1927; (GEX-1011-A) Ge-6352 OJL-10
had no loving : since she been gone I'll sing           Fuller, Blind Boy; Step It Up and Go; New York, 5 Mar. 1940; (26592-A) Vo-05476 BC-11
my sweet mama : boys she been here before Babe          Hill, Sammy; Needin' My Woman Blues; Dallas, 9 Aug. 1929; (55320) Vi-V38588 Yz L-1004
like a Indian squaw She been trying two years           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
in the world is she been doing Give your                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Distance Moan; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15670-A) Pm-12852 Mil MLP-2013
wee for miles around She been suckling some other       Johnson, Robert; Milkcow's Calf Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-403-2) ARC-7-10-65 Yz L-1026
for miles around Now she been suckling some other       Johnson, Robert; Milkcow's Calf Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-403-3) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
living on Stony Hill She been sitting down : gambling   Ledbetter, Huddie; Mr. Hughe's Town; New York, 5 Feb. 1935; (16808- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
up on that hill She been trying to quit                 McClennan, Tommy; You Can't Read My Mind; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064887- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
home Had no breakfast : she been gone     Now down      Macon, Ed; Wringing that Thing; Atlanta, 12 Mar. 1929; (402289-A) OK-8676 Mel MLP-7324
no sweet milk : since she been gone If you              Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
nothing to drink : since she been gone My cow           Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
had no sass : since she been gone I wear                Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); It's Tight Like That; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (   ) Vo-1216 His HLP-1
sweet little faro : but she been and gone Crying        Vincson, Walter; Stop and Listen Blues; Shreveport, La., 17 Feb. 1930; (403806-A) OK-8807 Yz L-1007
she looked at me : she begin to smile Says              Estes, Sleepy John; Milk Cow Blues; Memphis, 13 May 1930; (59918- ) Vi-V38614 RBF RF-202
street When she walk : she begin to creep Skin          Estes, Sleepy John; Stop That Thing; Chicago, 9 July 1935; (90095-A) Ch-50001 Sw S-1219
wild cow mama : when she begin to low  If               Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
I love her : says she belongs to me    I                Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
like her lowdown ways    She belongs to the devil       Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
she was born Yes she belongs to the devil               Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
on the big boat : she better not land    Some           Alexander, Texas; Levee Camp Moan Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81225-B) OK-8498 RBF RF-9
a Saturday one : well she better not catch me           Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
a Thursday one : that she better not catch me           Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Brown Skin Girls; Chicago, 18 July 1935; (C-1074-A) ARC-6-11-66 Yz L-1025
pull off : my derby She bit my rooster : bit            Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; It Won't Act Right; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59964-2) Vi-V38620 Jo SM-3104
at the one-note how she blow Said you sell              Calicott, Joe; Traveling Mama Blues; Memphis, c. 21 Feb. 1930; (MEM-779- ) Br-7166 Yz L-1009
C when it blowed She blowed like : it never             Baxter, Jim (Andrew and Jim Baxter); K. C. Railroad Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 9 Aug. 1927; (39785-1) Vi-20962 Rt RL-326
that K C : when she blowed And she blowed               Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); K. C. Moan; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56346-1) Vi-V38558 Rt RL-337
when she blowed And she blowed : like my woman's        Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); K. C. Moan; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56346-1) Vi-V38558 Rt RL-337
that K C when she blowed And she blowed                 Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); K. C. Moan; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56346-2) Vi V38558 Fwy FA-2953
when she blowed And she blowed like : my woman's        Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); K. C. Moan; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56346-2) Vi V38558 Fwy FA-2953
the Pea Vine when she blowed Blowed just like           Patton, Charley; Pea Vine Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15221-A) Pm-12877 Yz L-1001
the Pea Vine when she blowed She blowed just            Patton, Charley; Pea Vine Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15221-A) Pm-12877 Yz L-1001
Vine when she blowed She blowed just like : she         Patton, Charley; Pea Vine Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15221-A) Pm-12877 Yz L-1001
the train pass by She blowed for the crossing           Patton, Charley; Heart Like Railroad Steel; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-50-1) Pm-12953 Her H-201
steel mill whistle blow She blowed just like : she      Smith, Six Cylinder; Pennsylvania Woman Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-214-2) Pm-12968 Yz L-1004
this half-good town When she blows for the crossing     Bell, Ed; Mean Conductor Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4820-1) Pm-12546 Yz L-1006
Whenever she get mad : she blows up just like           Jordan, Charley; Gasoline Blues; Chicago, 19 Sept. 1930; (C-6164- ) Vo-1551 Yz L-1030
Seminole : yeah baby when she blows I got a             Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
the T P when she blows Taking my baby                   Ranger, Jack; T. P. Window Blues; San Antonio, 28 June 1929; (402768) OK-8785 Rt RL-315
have : ooo well well she bothers me all the             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Last Dime Blues; Chicago, 20 July 1935; (C-1081-B) Vo-03444 Say SDR-191
redbird : skeedle-um-skee Aunt Louise : she bought blue goose cheese Bunn, Teddy; Pattin' Dat Cat; New York, 7 Apr. 1930; (59740-1) Vi-V38592 His HLP-5
When she left me she bought a ticket : just             Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
know my little woman : she bound to love she            Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
she bound to love she bound to love me                  Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
brings me coffee : and she bring me tea She             Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
she bring me tea She bring me everything : except       Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
it's pink and blue She bring me coffee : and            Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
bring me coffee : and she bring me tea She              Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
she bring me tea She bring me everything : except       Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
Asked her for water : she bring me gasoline Now         Walker, Willie; South Carolina Rag; Atlanta, 6 Dec. 1930; (151065- ) Co-14578-D OJL-18
a Friday Friday girl : she brings me a bottle           Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
works in the yard She brings me meat : she              Jackson, Papa Charlie; Drop that Sack; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2145-1) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
She brings me meat : she brings me lard Only            Jackson, Papa Charlie; Drop that Sack; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2145-1) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
the white folk's yard She brings me meat : I            Jordan, Luke; Cocaine Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39821-2) Vi-21076 Rt RL-326
meat : I can swear she brings me lard Now               Jordan, Luke; Cocaine Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39821-2) Vi-21076 Rt RL-326
it's pink and blue She brings me coffee : and           Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
grabbed that stick : and she broke that Harlem's back   Byrd, John; Billy Goat Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-289-2) Pm-12997 Yz L-1001
treat me so Oh she broke my heart : when                McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
high brown woman : and she broke my mammy's rule        Mississippi Moaner (Isaiah Nettles); It's Cold in China Blues; Jackson, Miss., 20 Oct. 1935; (JAX-202-1) Vo-03166 OJL-8
good gal squall Lord she brought me coffee : and        Collins, Sam; The Jail House Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. 23 Apr. 1927; (12736) Ge-6167 OJL-2
brought me coffee : and she brought me tea Fell         Collins, Sam; The Jail House Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. 23 Apr. 1927; (12736) Ge-6167 OJL-2
I asked for one : she brought me two Down               Jackson, Papa Charlie; Drop that Sack; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2145-1) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
to the wall And she brought me coffee : and             Lacy, Rubin; Mississippi Jail House Groan; Chicago, Mar. 1928; (20419-2) Pm-12629 OJL-8
brought me coffee : and she brought me tea She          Lacy, Rubin; Mississippi Jail House Groan; Chicago, Mar. 1928; (20419-2) Pm-12629 OJL-8
she brought me tea She brought me everything : now      Lacy, Rubin; Mississippi Jail House Groan; Chicago, Mar. 1928; (20419-2) Pm-12629 OJL-8
I asked for cabbage : she brought me turnip greens      Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
her for water : and she brought me gasoline    I        Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
it was a duck She brought him to the                    Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas; Chicago, c. 16 May 1929; (C-3485- ) Vo-1277 Yz L-1039
a drink of water : she brought gasoline Now listen      Walker, Willie; South Carolina Rag; Atlanta, 6 Dec. 1930; (151065- ) Co-14578-D OJL-18
got a brownskin mama : she built right to the           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bootin' Me 'Bout; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15675) Pm-12946 Mil MLP-2004
never stall The way she bumps over the hill             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
her right hand And she buried her corky : down          Chatman, Bo; Pussy Cat Blues; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02613-1) BB-B6735 Yz L-1034
call so loud : but she call so nice and                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Right of Way Blues; Chicago, c. May 1927; (4515-2) Pm-12510 Rt RL-301
walking done  My baby she called me : she called        White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
baby she called me : she called me up on                White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
it won't be long She calling me baby : and              Patton, Charley; When Your Way Gets Dark; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-49-1) Pm-12998 Yz L-1020
new movement : one that she calls her own And           Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
call so loud : but she calls so nice and                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
loves me : but still she calls me her southpaw          Moore, Whistlin' Alex; It Wouldn't Be So Hard; Dallas, 6 Dec. 1929; (149562-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
me cry Every time she calls me : you know               Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
me awful mad : when she calls my name But               Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
call so lonesome : but she calls my name    I'm         Stone, Joe; It's Hard Time; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76837- ) BB-B5169 Yz L-1030
ooo well now when she calls my name  She                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sick Bed Blues; Chicago, 2 Nov. 1937; (91317-A) De-7403 Say SDR-192
and shake that thing  She calls me daddy : then         Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
calls me daddy : then she calls me sugar pie            Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
M and O : when she came on that Santa                   Batts, Will; Highway No. 61 Blues; New York, 3 Aug. 1933; (13729-1) Vo-02531 Yz L-1021
mama Lord : sweet as she can be Lord she                Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
just as sweet as she can be Lord she                    Big Bill (Broonzy); How You Want It Done; New York, 29 Mar. 1932; (11611-2) Ba-32436 Yz L-1011
half as sweet as she can be To satisfy                  Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
and do the best she can    I got a                      Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; Back Door Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Nov. 1931; (18221) Ch-16361 Yz L-1019
unkind If she thinks she can quit me : she              Blake, Blind; Search Warrant Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20871-3) Pm-12737 Bio BLP-12023
do the best thing she can    Lord when I                Bradley, Tommie; Four Day Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 July 1931; (17886-A) Ch-16339 OJL-19
just as crooked : as she can be I spent                 Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
something : like a stingaree She can stand in Melford   Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
a diamond ring But she can beat anybody : at            Collins, Sam; Do That Thing; Richmond, Ind., c. 17 Sept. 1927; (13050-A) Ge-6307 OJL-10
good girl gets worried : she can sit down and           Day, Texas Bill; Billiken's Weary Blues; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149539-2) Co-14514-D Rt RL-335
and I stay around She can look up : long                Fuller, Blind Boy; You've Got Something There; Memphis, 12 July 1939; (MEM-102-1) Vo-05083 BC-11
said she's sweet as she can be Every time               Fuller, Blind Boy; Thousand Women Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3142-A) OK-05657 RBF RF-202
treats me mean Well she can bake good jellyroll         Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
to her toe And she can break in on                      Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
baby's back door So she can see my name                 Jones, Bo; Back Door Blues; Dallas, c. Nov. 1929; (DAL-460- ) Vo-1452 Rt RL-327
man Because she know she can take him : and             Ledbetter, Huddie; Alberta; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16692- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
just as sweet as she can be And every                   McClennan, Tommy; My Little Girl; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044988- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
loving : don't see why she can Saw them going           McCoy, Joe; That Will Be Alright; New York, 18 June 1929; (148708-3) Co-14439-D Yz L-1021
me love my woman : she can really do the                McTell, Blind Willie; Broke Down Engine Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (151905-1) Co-14632-D Yz L-1005
ain't never clean But she can spend more money          Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
a gal : sweet as she can be She's not                   Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
on plenty of meat She can walk all night                Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
my baby : tell her she can heist her window             Ranger, Jack; T. P. Window Blues; San Antonio, 28 June 1929; (402768) OK-8785 Rt RL-315
away from my door She can cheat murder : But            Smith, Clara; Mean Papa, Turn in Your Key; New York, 17 Apr. 1924; (81697-2) Co-14022-D VJM VLP-16
just twenty-one And said she can look right in          Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; Seven Sisters Blues-Part 1; Chicago, c. Apr. 1931; (VO-168-A) Vo-1641 Yz L-1031
poor man : just because she can Well it's bye           Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
Your mama's lonesome : as she can be You left           Waters, Ethel; Midnight Blues; New York, c. Mar. 1923; (565-2) BS-14146 Bio BLP-12022
me  Ain't no way she can forget : ooo well              Wheatstraw, Peetie; True Blue Woman; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1258-1) Vo-03185 Say SDR-191
to see him when she can  Oh the blues                   White, Georgia; The Blues Ain't Nothin' But. . .; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1938; (91545-A) De-7562 Cor CP-58
mother please  Said maybe she can help me with          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Bad Luck Blues; Chicago, 21 July 1939; (040525- ) BB-B8265 BC-3;
see my baby : and she can't see me I'm                  Barefoot Bill; My Crime Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929;  (149352-2) Co-14510-D OJL-14
Good girl told me : she can't use me no                 Big Bill (Broonzy); I Can't Be Satisfied; Richmond, Ind., 2 May 1930; (16569) Ge-7230 Yz L-1011
Good girl told me : she can't use me no                 Big Bill (Broonzy); I Can't Be Satisfied; Richmond, Ind., 2 May 1930; (16569) Ge-7230 Yz L-1011
my baby : don't say she can't be found Going            Blake, Blind; Hard Road Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20107-2) Pm-12583 Bio BLP-12031
but that one man she can't hold Because it's            Bogan, Lucille; Man Stealer Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1935; (16997-2) ARC-35-09-13 Rt RL-317
see my baby : and she can't see me Some                 Campbell, Bob; Shotgun Blues; New York, 30 July 1934; (15484-1) Vo-02830 Rt RL-340
a woman : man and she can't rob and steal               Chatman, Bo; Old Devil; San Antonio, 22 Oct. 1938; (027878-1) BB-B8093 Yz L-1007
Her head so big : she can't wear no hat                 Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
love me : I swear she can't be beat I                   Collins, Chasey; Atlanta Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96249-1) BB-B6187 BC-6
but I swear that she can't see me I'm                   Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues No. 3; Dallas, 10 Feb. 1932; (70676-1) Vi-V23333 RBF RF-12
little woman : don't think she can't be don't think     Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
can't be don't think she can't be found Now             Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
man : ooo well well she can't use me no                 Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
and fix it so she can't have another man                Jones, Little Hat; Two String Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402648-A) OK-8712 His HLP-32
My cow little aches : she can't get no water            Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
love a woman : like she can't love you I                Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
Bertha Lee : Lord but she can't see me     I            Patton, Charley; Poor Me; New York, 1 Feb. 1934; (14757-1) Vo-02651 Yz L-1020
my lover : Lord but she can't see me How                Reed, Willie; Leavin' Home; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149544-1) Co unissued His HLP-17
swear to God that she can't see me Car                  Stone, Joe; It's Hard Time; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76837- ) BB-B5169 Yz L-1030
know my little woman : she can't sleep at night         Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sleepless Nights Blues; New York, 17 Mar. 1932; (11519-A) Vo-1727 Yz L-1030
ooo man don't say she can't be found  I                 Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
it is the less she care for me Now                      Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Never Go Wrong Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02652-1) BB-B6825 CC-35
me : and the world she cared for me Now                 Spaulding, Henry; Biddle Street Blues; Chicago, c. 6 May 1929; (C-3450- ) Br-7085 OJL-20
left me this morning : she carried away all my          Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
don't want me around She carries a razor in             Davis, Walter; Ashes in My Whiskey; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96237-1) BB-B6201 RCA INT-1085
else    Says my gal she caught the Southern : and       Arnold, Kokomo; Southern Railroad Blues; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9921-A) De-7139 Say SDR-163
town Says my gal she caught the Southern : and          Arnold, Kokomo; Southern Railroad Blues; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9921-A) De-7139 Say SDR-163
me this morning : and she caught that M and             Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
on the road somewhere She caught the rumbling : I       Lewis, Furry; Falling Down Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1133 OJL-21
Shook that thing : till she caught the flu Getting      Lofton, Cripple Clarence; I Don't Know; probably Chicago, c. 1936 -1938; (   ) private record Yz L-1025
walking down the street She caught the rheumatism : in  Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas; Chicago, c. 16 May 1929; (C-3485- ) Vo-1277 Yz L-1039
left me this morning : she caught that Seminole I       Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); Seminole Blues; Aurora, Ill., 11 Oct. 1937; (014333- ) BB-B7315 Yz L-1039
brown I love : when she caught that lowdown train       Thompson, Edward; Showers of Rain Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2411-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
my baby back Mama she caught the Southern : my          Virgial, Otto; Little Girl in Rome; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96240-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
the downfall of me  She caused me to steal              Wheatstraw, Peetie; False Hearted Woman; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90963-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
going to do : when she close the door in                McCoy, Joe; What You Gonna Do; Chicago, 2 July 1936; (90782-A) De-7205 AH-77
gun And old Molly she come creeping : like a            Byrd, John; Old Timbrook Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-291-1) Pm-12997 OJL-8
left there tight : but she come back loose I            Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; It's a Fight Like That; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4630- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
Lord and cook until she come home    Now I'm            Estes, Sleepy John; The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1929; (55581-1) Vi-V38549 RBF RF-8
and gone Say when she come in : she got                 Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
can do People here she come in the evening              Jones, Little Hat; Two String Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402648-A) OK-8712 His HLP-32
on Indian Ocean : but she come on that China            Kelly, Jack; Highway No. 61 Blues; New York, 1 Aug. 1933; (13712-1) Ba-32844 Rt RL-316
gone Lord I wish she come here : right down             Mississippi Moaner (Isaiah Nettles); Mississippi Moan; Jackson, Miss., 20 Oct. 1935; (JAX-201-1) Vo-03166 Yz L-1009
asked my baby would she come home Christmas : she       Turner, Buck; Christmas Time Blues; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61793-A) De-7387 Rt RL-327
my little mama : as she come creeping up the            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Ain't It a Pity and a Shame; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6488-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
of day And when she comes in the morning                Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
And a Gypsy women : she comes and reads my              Davis, Walter; Moonlight Is My Spread; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96234-1) BB-B6167 RCA INT-1085
killed a chicken : and she cook him down low            King David; What's That Tastes Like Gravy; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404664-A) OK-8913 RBF RF-6
to love me some She cook all around me                  Thomas, George; Fast Stuff Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Nov. 1929; (L-17-2) Pm-12826 Rt RL-340
the women : the day she cook She ??? : that             unknown artist (Memphis Jug Band); Sugar Pudding; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47009-1) Vi-21740 Rt RL-337
she would holler police She cooked them biscuits : she  Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); Bed Slats; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80760-B) OK-8543 His HLP-4
She cooked them biscuits : she cooked them brown Her    Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); Bed Slats; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80760-B) OK-8543 His HLP-4
hair wasn't red But she cooked my breakfast : brings    Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
care    She wouldn't if she could : and she wouldn't    Bracey, Mississippi; Stered Gal; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404766-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
she was mad as she could be Now I                       Carr, Leroy; My Woman's Gone Wrong; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15626-1) Vo-02950 Co C-30496
done the best that she could Every man loves            Johnson, Robert; Drunken Hearted Man; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-397-1) ARC unissued Co C-30034
done the best that she could Every man loves            Johnson, Robert; Drunken Hearted Man; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-397-2) ARC unissued Rt RL-314
I sure can't understand She could feed the ???          King David; Sweet Potato Blues; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404666-B) OK-8901 Rt RL-311
woman : she's sweet as she could be She long            Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
wife I would believe she could boil water : make        Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
I never told her : she could not shake that             Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
was so drunk : until she could not see Some             Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
could change her ways She could wink a mean             Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
I love : I believe she could mix it for                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Hang My Clothes on No Barbed Wire Line; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6489-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
had my wild cow : she could low  If you                 Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
got rid of her : she couldn't rob and steal             Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
where have you been She couldn't say nothing : but      Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Crooked Woman Blues; Atlanta, 10 Nov. 1927; (145198-1) Co-14280-D CC-36
gal call my name She couldn't call so loud              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
a sweet mama : but she couldn't understand But I        Jones, Little Hat; Bye Bye Baby Blues; San Antonio, 14 June 1930; (404198-B) OK-8815 Yz L-1004
soo Sound just like : she couldn't blow Great life      King David; What's That Tastes Like Gravy; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404664-A) OK-8913 RBF RF-6
fall Got so cold : she couldn't toodle-oo at all        Newbern, Hambone Willie; She Could Toodle-Oo; Atlanta, 13 Mar. 1929; (402295-A) OK-8740 Rt RL-323
have a woman : if she couldn't do what I                Sluefoot Joe; Shouting Baby Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (   ) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
had good tunis : but she couldn't get none    Got       Weaver, Curley; Sweet Patunia; Atlanta, 26 Oct. 1928; (147304-2) Co-14386-D His HLP-32
got up last night : she crawled around my bed           Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
got up last night : she crawled around my bed           Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
women at your side She cried look a-here baby           McClennan, Tommy; Baby, Don't You Want to Go; Chicago, 22 Nov. 1939; (044245- ) BB-B8408 Rt RL-305
not leave to stay She cried all last night              Spruell, Freddie; Don't Cry Baby; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85783- ) BB-B6025 Mam S-3802
a brown across town : she crochet all the time          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Match Box Blues; Chicago, 14 Mar. 1927; (80524-B) OK-8455 RBF RF-1
a gal across town : she crochets all the time           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Easy Rider Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4423-2) Pm-12474 Mil MLP-2004
a girl across town : she crochets all the time          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Match Box Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4446-4) Pm-12474 Bio BLP-12000
give nothing away When she dances : she don't move      Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
told me last night : she did not want no                Campbell, Bob; Dice's Blues; New York, 30 July 1934; (15483-1) Vo-02830 Rt RL-340
that I was loving : she did not mean me                 Davis, Walter; Moonlight Is My Spread; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96234-1) BB-B6167 RCA INT-1085
poor me Lord if she did : she would sure                Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-1) Vi unissued His HLP-31
of me Crying if she did : she would sure                Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-2) Vi unissued His HLP-31
left me this morning : she did not even shake           Petway, Robert; My Baby Left Me; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074114-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
I'm here Well if she did : she would surely             Rhodes, Walter; Leaving Home Blues; Memphis, 10 Dec. 1927; (145359-2) Co-14289-D Rt RL-334
kind : ooo well well she did not dog me                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1262-1) Vo-03396 RBF RF-12
safe from  harm  What she did to me people              Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
told me this morning : she didn't want me no            Amos, Blind Joe; C and O Blues; probably Chicago, c. July 1927; (   ) Vo-1116 OJL-17
I waved my hand : she didn't even look around           Arnold, Kokomo; Southern Railroad Blues; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9921-A) De-7139 Say SDR-163
gone and left me : she didn't mean me no                Arnold, Kokomo; Your Ways and Actions; New York, 11 May 1938; (67344-A) De-7510 Say SDR-163
got a Rolls Royce She didn't get it all                 Baker, Willie; Sweet Patunia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14897) Ge-6751 His HLP-22
my mother raised me : she didn't raise no monkey-man    Bird, Billy; Alabama Blues-Part 2; Atlanta, 29 Oct. 1928; (147326-1) Co-14418-D His HLP-5
passed me up : says she didn't like my kind             Blake, Blind; Police Dog Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15463) Pm-12888 Yz L-1012
that fence Yowling : like she didn't have no sense      Bunn, Teddy; Pattin' Dat Cat; New York, 7 Apr. 1930; (59740-1) Vi-V38592 His HLP-5
out last night : and she didn't even say goodbye        Carr, Leroy; Take a Walk Around the Corner; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15604- ) Vo-02986 Co C-30496
T for the girl : she didn't care for me                 Chatman, Bo; Shake 'Em On Down; San Antonio, 22 Oct. 1938; (027869-1) BB-B7927 Yz L-1034
Southern whistle blow Well she didn't catch that Southern Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Mean Old 'Frisco Blues; Chicago, 15 Apr. 1942; (070863-1) BB-34-0704 RBF RF-202
gone and left me : she didn't mean me no                Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
as she was tall She didn't know how much                Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
with all my might : she didn't love nobody but          Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Levee Bound Blues; Richmond, Ind., 5 Feb. 1930; (16224) Ch-16682 Riv RM-8803
across the sea Now she didn't write no letter           Estes, Sleepy John; Vernita Blues; New York, 2 Aug. 1935; (62463-A) De-7342 Cor CP-58
write no letter : and she didn't care for me            Estes, Sleepy John; Vernita Blues; New York, 2 Aug. 1935; (62463-A) De-7342 Cor CP-58
who got her now She didn't mean me no                   Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
woman : to a place she didn't want me to                Gillum, Bill Jazz; Keyhole Blues; Chicago, 17 May 1939; (034813- ) BB-B8221 RCA INT-1177
ooo well well that she didn't mean me no                Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
cold all night : and she didn't come home at            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Pneumonia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15669) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
be My baby's gone : she didn't tell me because          Johnson, James Stump; Barrel of Whiskey Blues; Dallas, 10 Feb. 1932; (70680-1) Vi-23327 Yz L-1033
into town last night She didn't have no money           Johnson, James Stump; Barrel of Whiskey Blues; Dallas, 10 Feb. 1932; (70680-1) Vi-23327 Yz L-1033
myself Lord she said she didn't love me no              Jones, Elijah; Katy Fly; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020120-1) BB-B7616 RCA INT-1175
to call for her : she didn't do nothing but             Jones, Little Hat; Corpus Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402701-B) OK-8735 Rt RL-315
my good girl said : she didn't want me no               Lewis, Furry; Good Looking Girl Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1132 Rt RL-329
my biscuits : Lord but she didn't hurt me Baby          Lewis, Furry; Big Chief Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct.  1927; (   ) Vo-1133 Yz L-1002
my baby left me : she didn't even say goodbye           Lofton, Willie; My Mean Baby Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9387-A) De-7076 Rt RL-314
to tell me : that she didn't want me no                 McClennan, Tommy; I'm a Guitar King; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064890- ) BB-B8957 RBF RF-1
write me no letter : she didn't care for me             McCoy, Joe; My Mary Blues; Chicago, c. early June 1930; (C-5830- ) Vo-1576 Pal PL-101
all for her daddy : she didn't give nobody none         McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
baby left me : says she didn't mean me no               McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
My baby left me : she didn't even say goodbye           McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
good gal she's gone : she didn't mean me no             McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
had a woman : and she didn't mean you no                Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Mistreatin' Woman Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02654-1) BB-B7178 CC-35
to the county jail She didn't need nothing : to         Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
her in jail But she didn't need nothing : to            Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); What Is It That Tastes Like Gravy; Chicago, c. 14 June 1929; (C-3594- ) Vo-1426 Yz L-1039
copper brought her in : she didn't need no bail         Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
a great big way  She didn't have no worry               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
lick at a snake  She didn't even cook her               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
It make no matter : she didn't care for me              Wiggins, James Boodle It; Corrine Corrina Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1930; (L-103-2) Pm-12916 Her H-205
in the ??? camp  She didn't do nothing : but            Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); Greyhound Blues; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90199-A) Ch-50053 Rt RL-334
baby she lied said she didn't have a man                Williams, Joe; Baby Please Don't Go; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96244-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
to tell me : that she didn't want me no                 Williams, Joe; Rootin' Ground Hog; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07662-1) BB-B7065 RCA INT-1087
me : ooo well well she didn't want me no                Williams, Joe; Crawlin' King Snake; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053989-2) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
now  Because my baby she didn't want me : to            Williamson, Sonny Boy; Down South; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020117-1) BB-B7665 RCA LPV-518
told me : just before she died Oh daughter daughter     Thomas, Elvie; Motherless Child Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-264-2) Pm-12977 OJL-2
told me : just before she died Son your trouble         Thomkins, Jim; Bedside Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-780- ) Br-7200 Rt RL-319
the Georgia crawl : till she died away     Did you      Williams, Henry; Georgia Crawl; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1928; (146148-2) Co-14328-D Rt RL-316
like a teddy bear She dipping her Skeet and             Sykes, Roosevelt; Skeet and Garret; Chicago, 16 Nov. 1929; (403312-A) OK-8749 Yz L-1033
a easy rider : but she do right not so                  Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
a easy rider : but she do right all sometime            Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
can't stand the way she do I don't mind                 Arnold, Kokomo; Milk Cow Blues-No. 4; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1935; (90316-A) De-7163 CC-25
I been loving : said she do not even want               Arnold, Kokomo; Rocky Road Blues; Chicago, 23 Oct. 1937; (91300-A) De-7449 CC-25
ain't so good-looking : but she do just fine She        Bell, Ed; Mamlish Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4816-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
up : with the way she do See that woman                 Bell, Ed; She's a Fool Gal; Atlanta, 4 Dec. 1930; (151038-2) Co-14595-D Rt RL-325
leave his home And she do a little of                   Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
this : and mama and she do a little of                  Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
woman : and see won't she do you dirty ass              Doyle, Little Buddy; Bad in Mind Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-153-1) Vo-05111 Rt RL-319
name of Lizzie Brown She do that scraunch : she's       Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
of Blind Lemon Mack She do that scraunch : it's         Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
about as good as she do herself I don't                 McTell, Blind Willie; Searching the Desert for the Blues; Atlanta, 22 Feb. 1932; (71606-1) Vi-23353 RCA LPV-518
about as good as she do herself Don't pay               McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
woman I love : Lord she do not pay me                   Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
and tall The way she do the boogie : makes              Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
a good old gal : she do mess around She                 Sykes, Roosevelt; Single Tree Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15563) Pm-12827 Riv RM-8819
I don't care what she do : Louise is on                 Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
brownie : don't care what she do Some one of            Thompson, Edward; Showers of Rain Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2411-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
and tall Every time she do the shimmy : I               Weaver, Curley; Sweet Patunia; Atlanta, 26 Oct. 1928; (147304-2) Co-14386-D His HLP-32
Well well well if she do : well well she                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Mama's Advice; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6487-A) Vo-1620 BC-4
next woman I had : she do nothing but fuss              Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
fever away  Doctor said she do me more good             White, Washington; High Fever Blues; Chicago, 8 Mar. 1940; (WC-2987-A) Vo-05489 Co C-30036
two-step no more  Oh she do that new dance              Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
a cotton-picking woman : Lord she does it all the       Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
home to you    Now she dog me every morning             McClennan, Tommy; My Baby's Doggin' Me; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044991- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
dog me every morning : she dog me late at               McClennan, Tommy; My Baby's Doggin' Me; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044991- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
nineteen thirty Ford Now she doing things : that you    Calicott, Joe; Traveling Mama Blues; Memphis, c. 21 Feb. 1930; (MEM-779- ) Br-7166 Yz L-1009
woman in Brownsville : and she doing the coochie-coo Now Estes, Sleepy John; Broken-Hearted, Ragged and Dirty Too; Memphis, 26 Sept. 1929; (55531-3) Vi-V38582 Rt RL-307
but I know that she doing me wrong I'm                  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dynamite Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21096-1) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
She know I know she doing something : oh Lord           McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
dress was too tight She doing the shimmy-shee-wobble : right Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
my baby quit me : she done set my trunk                 Akers, Garfield; Cottonfield Blues-Part 1; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-201- ) Vo-1442 OJL-2
felt for your rider : she done eased away Fourteen      Amos, Blind Joe; C and O Blues; probably Chicago, c. July 1927; (   ) Vo-1116 OJL-17
Southern : and I know she done put me down              Arnold, Kokomo; Southern Railroad Blues; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9921-A) De-7139 Say SDR-163
want to know : if she done anybody wrong They           Barefoot Bill; Big Rock Jail; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1929; (149356-2) Co-14481-D Rt RL-313
a good girl : Lord she done turn off and                Day, Texas Bill; Goin' Back to My Baby; Dallas, 4 Dec. 1929; (149512-1) Co-14494-D Rt RL-327
had a sweet woman : she done turned sour on             Dorsey, Thomas A.(Georgia Tom); Been Mistreated Blues; Richmond, Ind., 20 Nov. 1930; (17290) Ch-16237 Riv RM-8803
on your kid Lord she done got so buggy                  Estes, Sleepy John; My Black Gal Blues; Memphis, 30 May 1930; (62548-2) Vi-23397 Rt RL-307
baby was so mean : she done drove all my                Estes, Sleepy John; Down South Blues; Chicago, 9 July 1935; (90094-A) Ch-50001 Sw S-1219
house done burnt down : she done moved on Bathurst      Estes, Sleepy John; Fire Department Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63650-A) De-7571 Sw S-1220
Say now my woman she done and quit me                   Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
Thinking about my rider : she done put me down          Harris, William; I'm Leavin' Town; Birmingham, Ala., c. 18 July 1927; (GEX-743-B) Ge-6306 Yz L-1001
the woman I love : she done drove me away               Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
felt for my rider : she done walked away Can't          Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
good woman I love : she done packed her trunk           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Stocking Feet Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3066-1) Pm-12407 Mil MLP-2013
baby quit me : and she done throwed me down             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booger Rooger Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3088-2) Pm-12425 Bio BLP-12015
book    Lord heavy-hipped mama : she done moved to the  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
off and left me : she done moved to the                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
When he knows anything : she done got his dollar        Jones, Jake; Monkeyin' Around; Dallas, c. Oct. 1929; (DAL-473- ) Br-7130 His HLP-2
me Woman I love : she done quit poor me                 Lewis, Furry; I Will Turn Your Money Green; Memphis, 28 Aug. 1928; (45425-2) Vi-V38506 Yz L-1008
I tell her : but she done bake me jellyroll             McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
to skin and bone She done got me to                     McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
First thing I know : she done had turned me             McCoy, Joe; Someday I'll Be in the Clay; Chicago, 13 Aug. 1932; (C-9290) De-7008 Rt RL-329
done done for me She done stole my man                  Memphis Minnie; Chickasaw Train Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9382- ) De-7019 Cor CP-58
me this morning : that she done collared a job          Scott, Sonny; Red Cross Blues; New York, 18 July 1933; (13572-1) Vo-25012 Rt RL-325
tell you people : what she done She made a              Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
hold my aching head  She done me dirty : but            Wheatstraw, Peetie; True Blue Woman; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1258-1) Vo-03185 Say SDR-191
mama done to me  She done made me crazy                 Wiggins, James Boodle It; Gotta Shave 'Em Dry; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1930; (L-104-1) Pm-12916 Her H-205
loving : ooo ooo Lord she done done me wrong            Williams, Joe; Little Leg Woman; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85487-1) BB-B5900 Yz L-1038
good girl I'm loving : she done drove me away           Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
number : oh you know she done moved to another          Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
You know my woman she done quit me : and                Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shady Grove Blues; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064492- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
go  Now my gal she done quit me : for                   Williamson, Sonny Boy; Sloppy Drunk Blues; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064493- ) BB-B8822 BC-3
my mind Oh if she don't come on the                     Alexander, Texas; Levee Camp Moan Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81225-B) OK-8498 RBF RF-9
I do myself If she don't love me : she                  Alexander, Texas; Ninety-Eight Degree Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402640-A) OK-8705 Yz L-1004
a hard-headed woman : and she don't even give a         Arnold, Kokomo; Rocky Road Blues; Chicago, 23 Oct. 1937; (91300-A) De-7449 CC-25
a hard-hearted woman : and she don't know how to        Arnold, Kokomo; My Well Is Dry; New York, 11 May 1938; (63748-A) De-7540 CC-25
she walked back home She don't do this : she            Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
She don't do this : she don't do that Rub               Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
my mother-in-law Said if she don't want it : baby       Barefoot Bill; Squabblin' Blues; Atlanta, 20 Apr. 1930; (150303-2) Co-14526-D OJL-14
my used-to-be Said if she don't want it : baby          Barefoot Bill; Squabblin' Blues; Atlanta, 20 Apr. 1930; (150303-2) Co-14526-D OJL-14
girl I'm loving : but she don't pay me no               Big Bill (Broonzy); Grandma's Farm; New York, 9 Apr. 1930; (9600-1) Pe-187 Yz L-1035
woman I been loving : she don't want me no              Big Bill (Broonzy); Mr. Conductor Man; Richmond, Ind., 9 Feb. 1932; (18392) Ch-16426 Yz L-1035
for that woman : still she don't treat me right         Black Boy Shine (Harold Holiday); Sugarland Blues; San Antonio, 20 Nov. 1936; (SA-2551-1) Vo-03417 BC-7
he's got my woman : she don't stop there no             Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
you my last dollar : she don't put them jinx            Blake, Blind; Panther Squall Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20582-2) Pm-12723 Yz L-1016
sure can't keep her : she don't mean no good            Bracey, Mississippi; Cherry Ball; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404765-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
baby ain't good-looking : and she don't dress fine But  Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
is a woman : if she don't rob and steal                 Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
child She's always squabbling : she don't give me a     Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
rolling ain't near through She don't roll it too        Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
my name Now if she don't love me no                     Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); I Believe I'll Settle Down; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059498-1) BB-B8903 RCA-730.581
gal in town : but she don't treat me right              Collins, Sam; Loving Lady Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. 23 Apr. 1927; (12739) Ge-6146 OJL-10
to love me : but she don't no more Got                  Fuller, Blind Boy; Step It Up and Go; New York, 5 Mar. 1940; (26592-A) Vo-05476 BC-11
so nice and clean She don't make no charges             Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
don't make no charges : she don't set no price          Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
woman : say Buddy Boy she don't need me no              Hawkins, Walter Buddy Boy; Shaggy Dog Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4415- ) Pm-12489 Rt RL-319
you another home : because she don't want you no        Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Cloudy Sky Blues; Atlanta, 25 Mar. 1927; (143758-2) Co-14205-D CC-36
acting funny : and I she don't seem the same            Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
love myself Well if she don't have me : she             House, Son; Preachin' the Blues-Part 1; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-410-1) Pm-13013 OJL-5
myself She gets so she don't love me : she              James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
for my baby : and she don't come All the                James, Skip; 22-20 Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-765-1) Pm-13066 Bio BLP-12029
she gets unruly : and she don't want to do              James, Skip; 22-20 Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-765-1) Pm-13066 Bio BLP-12029
gal call my name She don't call so loud                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Right of Way Blues; Chicago, c. May 1927; (4515-2) Pm-12510 Rt RL-301
a high-stepping mama : and she don't mean no man        Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
four speeds forward : and she don't never stall The     Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
woman I love : says she don't want me nohow             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dynamite Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21096-1) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
tell me because If she don't come back : I              Johnson, James Stump; Barrel of Whiskey Blues; Dallas, 10 Feb. 1932; (70680-1) Vi-23327 Yz L-1033
Now she ain't good-looking : she don't dress fine The   Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
for my baby : and she don't come All the                Johnson, Robert; 32-20 Blues; San Antonio, 26 Nov. 1936; (SA-2616-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co CL-1654
she gets unruly : things she don't want to do           Johnson, Robert; 32-20 Blues; San Antonio, 26 Nov. 1936; (SA-2616-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co CL-1654
I'm loving : boy but she don't mean a thing             Johnson, Robert; Stone in My Passway; Dallas, 19 June 1937; (DAL-377-2) ARC-7-12-67 Co CL-1654
a long tall woman : she don't do nothing but            Jones, Jake; Monkeyin' Around; Dallas, c. Oct. 1929; (DAL-473- ) Br-7130 His HLP-2
Every time I leave : she don't do nothing but           Jones, Jake; Monkeyin' Around; Dallas, c. Oct. 1929; (DAL-473- ) Br-7130 His HLP-2
the death of you She don't allow me : to                Jordan, Charley; Hunkie Tunkie Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5841- ) Vo-1528 Yz L-1003
the girl I love : she don't treat me right              Lewis, Furry; Sweet Papa Moan; probably New York, 28 May 1927; (   ) Vo-1116 RBF RF-11
me no more But she don't mind dancing : Lord            Lewis, Furry; Good Looking Girl Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1132 Rt RL-329
sixteen coaches long And she don't allow nothing : but  Lewis, Furry; Good Looking Girl Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1132 Rt RL-329
crying Woman I love : she don't pay me no               Lewis, Furry; I Will Turn Your Money Green; Memphis, 28 Aug. 1928; (45425-2) Vi-V38506 Yz L-1008
leave me every morning : she don't come home till       McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
me Now my mama she don't allow me : stay                McClennan, Tommy; Drop Down Mama; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053741-1) BB-B8704 Rt RL-305
no more And if she don't come back : I'm                McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
women are worrying me She don't have to treat           McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
got a woman : and she don't mean you no                 Martin, Carl; Badly Mistreated Man; Chicago, 8 Jan. 1935; (C-881-2) OK-8961 Yz L-1016
ride her too far She don't dress shabby : and           Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
away When she dances : she don't move her head          Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
Lord that shining star She don't need no telling        Patton, Charley; Revenue Man Blues; New York, 31 Jan. 1934; (14747- ) Vo-02931 Yz L-1020
hell raised : Lord if she don't bring some of           Roland, Walter; Penniless Blues; New York, 20 Mar. 1935; (17153-2) Ba-33461 Yz L-1017
more corn liquor : how she don't want me no             Shade, Will; Evergreen Money Blues; Memphis, 1 Feb. 1928; (41818-2) Vi-21657 Rt RL-310
If your woman says she don't drink corn liquor          Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
nice and sweet If she don't drink that old              Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
woman : oh Lord and she don't tell no lies              Stevens, Vol; Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues; Memphis, 29 May 1930; (62541- ) Vi-23347 Jo SM-3104
faro call my name She don't call so lonesome            Stone, Joe; It's Hard Time; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76837- ) BB-B5169 Yz L-1030
My babe my babe : she don't do no way                   Sykes, Roosevelt; Hard Luck Man Blues; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69404- ) Vi-23320 Yz L-1033
The woman I love : she don't pay me no                  Temple, Johnnie; The Evil Devil Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1935; (C-987- ) Vo-02987 Yz L-1038
bank of sand If she don't strike deep water             Temple, Johnnie; Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 12 Nov. 1936; (90981-A) De-7244 Cor CP-58
used to love me : she don't love me no                  Thompson, Edward; West Virginia Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2416-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
more Got another man : she don't love me no             Thompson, Edward; West Virginia Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2416-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
soon Got another man : she don't rock me no             Thompson, Edward; West Virginia Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2416-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
better leave her alone : she don't mean a doggone       Townsend, Henry; Sick with the Blues; possibly Chicago, 1933; (   ) record unknown Yz L-1030
all My babe says she don't want me : she's              Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Yodeling Fiddling Blues; San Antonio, 12 June 1930; (404146-B) OK-8834 Mam S-3804
have a woman : and she don't do kind Pray               Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); The World Is Going Wrong; Atlanta, 24 Oct. 1931; (405009-1) Co-14660-D Mam S-3804
Yes I'm worried : because she don't treat me kind       Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Worried About that Woman; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2032-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
Malvina my sweet woman : she don't pay me no            Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
woman : ooo Lord boys she don't pay me no               Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
got a brownskin woman : she don't pay me no             Williams, Joe; My Grey Pony; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85491- ) BB-B5948 RBF RF-14
and my dear mother she don't allow me around            Williams, Joe; Stepfather Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85492-1) BB-B5996 OJL-17
woman : ooo well well she don't pay poor Joey           Williams, Joe; Highway 49; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1941; (070485-1) BB-B9025 RBF RF-11
worries me : my baby she don't treat me right           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
my baby my baby : she don't treat me good               Williamson, Sonny Boy; Down South; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020117-1) BB-B7665 RCA LPV-518
I know the reason she don't love me : she's             Williamson, Sonny Boy; Down South; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020117-1) BB-B7665 RCA LPV-518
I'm loving : Lord and she don't mean me no              Williamson, Sonny Boy; Rainy Day Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030857-1) BB-B8094 RCA INT-1088
way of dancing : oh she don't two-step no more          Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
says something contrary : now she don't want me to      Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
I ever seen Now she dreamed : she was going             Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
the man next door She dreamed : she was kissing         Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
his oh oh oh She dreamed : she was riding               Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
I ever seen Now she dreamed : she was sitting           Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
grass by the mill She dreamed : she had taken           Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
I ever seen Now she dreamed : I was hugging             Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
tell the rest Now she dreamed about love : from         Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
she was a dreamer : she dreamed them old southern       Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
miles around  Well now she dreamed I was kissing        Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
tell the rest  Well she dreamed that we was             Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
down by the mill  She dreamed that she had              Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
treat nobody right Oh she drinks her moonshine whiskey  McClennan, Tommy; You Can't Read My Mind; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064887- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
was sick and down : she drove me from her               Hayes, Nap (T. C. Johnson Groups); Violin Blues; Memphis, 15 Feb. 1928; (400239-A) OK-8708 Rt RL-316
The woman I love : she drove me from her                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Stocking Feet Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3066-1) Pm-12407 Mil MLP-2013
my money : and then she drove me outdoors And           McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
she mistreated me : and she drove me from her           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Miss Louisa Blues; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020114- ) BB-B7576 RBF RF-14
to be a ben She dug a hole : with                       Chatman, Bo; Pussy Cat Blues; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02613-1) BB-B6735 Yz L-1034
gal's a housemaid : and she earns a dollar a            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Tin Cup Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1929; (21198-1) Pm-12756 Mil MLP-2013
I start to loving : she ease that thing on              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
any man can be She even told me : to                    Dooley, Simmie (Pink Anderson); Gonna Tip Out Tonight; Atlanta, 14 Apr. 1928; (146067-1) Co-14436-D OJL-18
baby : put me outdoor She even buys me : all            Jackson, Papa Charlie; Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine; Chicago, c. Aug. 1926; (2613-4) Pm-12383 Yz L-1029
worried at all Before she even left me : says           McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
picked so much cotton : she even don't know where       Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
changed all around  Because she even changed her house  Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
Lord I wonder : will she ever call my name              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); I Believe I'll Settle Down; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059498-1) BB-B8903 RCA-730.581
Lord I wonder : will she ever think of me               Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); I Believe I'll Settle Down; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059498-1) BB-B8903 RCA-730.581
Lord I wonder : do she ever think of me                 Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Mean Old 'Frisco Blues; Chicago, 15 Apr. 1942; (070863-1) BB-34-0704 RBF RF-202
absolutely hospital bound : if she ever even asked me   Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Never Go Wrong Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02652-1) BB-B6825 CC-35
sweet  Well seem like she fall in love : ooo            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Low Down Rascal; New York, 18 Feb. 1936; (60507-A) De-7200 Say SDR-192
Dinner got on : and she fed me some Now                 Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
to kill her : and she fell down on my                   Campbell, Bob; Shotgun Blues; New York, 30 July 1934; (15484-1) Vo-02830 Rt RL-340
to the whiskey stand She fell on her face               Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
to the whiskey stand She fell out : about the           Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
to the money stand She fell on her face                 Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
caught you looking well She fell down : her mouth       Fuller, Blind Boy; You've Got Something There; Memphis, 12 July 1939; (MEM-102-1) Vo-05083 BC-11
Up she jumped : down she fell Her mouth flew            Jordan, Charley; Keep It Clean; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5836- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
I wasn't even known She fell for me a                   Moore, Whistlin' Alex; West Texas Woman; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149531-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
back and say : when she find her daddy gone             Big Bill (Broonzy); C and A Blues; Chicago, 20 June 1935; (C-1020-B) ARC-5-12-65 Yz L-1035
friends around now : where she find number Four-A highway Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
Never stopped a-jumping : till she finds good I got     Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
ever apologize : or will she fisty-fight with me She's  Johnson, Robert; When You Get a Good Friend; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2584-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
feet from the ground She five foot standing : and       Campbell, Bob; Starvation Farm Blues; New York, 1 Aug. 1934; (15503-2) Vo-02798 Fly LP-103
to your side If she flag my train : papa                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Match Box Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4446-4) Pm-12474 Bio BLP-12000
her to your side She flag my train : I'm                McCoy, Joe; We Gonna Pitch a Boogie Woogie; Chicago, 13 Nov. 1936; (90982-A) De-7326 AH-77
her alone So if she flagged my train : I'm              Washboard Sam; Yes I Got Your Woman; Chicago, 5 Aug. 1940; (049374- ) BB-B8599 RBF RF-16
the time The way she follow me around : Lordy           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Eagle Eyed Mama; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21095-3) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
stay away  Well now she forever stays on my             Williamson, Sonny Boy; Number Five Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030848-1R) BB-B8010 RCA INT-1088
break her heart : if she found I was barrelhousing      Bailey, Kid; Mississippi Bottom Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (M-209/10) Br-7114 OJL-5
five foot standing : and she four feet lying down       Campbell, Bob; Starvation Farm Blues; New York, 1 Aug. 1934; (15503-2) Vo-02798 Fly LP-103
horse can't beat Say she foxtrot and pace : and         Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
appetite Say the way she fries my steak : peoples       Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
asked for water : and she gave me gasoline Crying       Johnson, Tommy; Cool Drink of Water Blues; Memphis, 3 Feb. 1928; (41836-2) Vi-21279 OJL-8
other way  Well now she gave me money : and             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1262-1) Vo-03396 RBF RF-12
her down And when she get in trouble : that             Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
her down And when she get in trouble : that             Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
all dressed in white She get your five dollars          Bell, Ed; She's a Fool Gal; Atlanta, 4 Dec. 1930; (151038-2) Co-14595-D Rt RL-325
feet nine And when she get to loving : holler           Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
you all worn down She get all your pocket               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
one time Well boys she get rambling in her              Johnson, Robert; I'm a Steady Rollin Man; Dallas, 19 June 1937; (DAL-378- ) ARC-7-12-67 OJL-17
be your friend Oh she get all of your                   Jones, Little Hat; Rolled From Side to Side Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402698-A) OK-8794 Yz L-1010
one more time before she get on Said I'm                Jones, Little Hat; Little Hat Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402700-A) OK-8794 Yz L-1032
you ever seen Whenever she get mad : she blows          Jordan, Charley; Gasoline Blues; Chicago, 19 Sept. 1930; (C-6164- ) Vo-1551 Yz L-1030
girl of mine When she gets up in the                    Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
too short But if she gets long winded player            Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
and shout Now when she gets over to Atlanta             Estes, Sleepy John; Airplane Blues; New York, 3 Aug. 1935; (62482-A) De-7354 Sw S-1219
funny : everything you do she gets off You can          Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Cloudy Sky Blues; Atlanta, 25 Mar. 1927; (143758-2) Co-14205-D CC-36
than I love myself She gets so she don't                James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
her none And if she gets unruly : and she               James, Skip; 22-20 Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-765-1) Pm-13066 Bio BLP-12029
jump and shout When she gets a letter from              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Got the Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2471-1) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
girl is deceitful : till she gets you all worn          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
her none And if she gets unruly : things she            Johnson, Robert; 32-20 Blues; San Antonio, 26 Nov. 1936; (SA-2616-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co CL-1654
my head and cry She gets her water at                   Jones, Little Hat; Little Hat Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402700-A) OK-8794 Yz L-1032
just like a log She gets kissing : like a               McTell, Blind Willie; It's a Good Little Thing; New York, 14 Sept. 1933; (14010-1) Vo-02622 Yz L-1037
like a cherry tree She gets up before day               Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
scream and cry  When she gets that letter : baby        Williams, Joe; My Grey Pony; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85491- ) BB-B5948 RBF RF-14
in France  The way she getting down these days          Wiggins, James Boodle It; Gotta Shave 'Em Dry; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1930; (L-104-1) Pm-12916 Her H-205
Dinner got on : and she give me some Now                Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
mean me no good She give me so much                     Davis, Walter; Moonlight Is My Spread; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96234-1) BB-B6167 RCA INT-1085
From four until late : she give us a no-good            Johnson, Robert; From Four Until Late; Dallas, 19 June 1937; (DAL-379-1) ARC-7-09-56 Co C-30034
a glass of water : she give you a glass                 Jordan, Charley; Gasoline Blues; Chicago, 19 Sept. 1930; (C-6164- ) Vo-1551 Yz L-1030
her apron string All she give me was trouble            Lewis, Furry; I Will Turn Your Money Green; Memphis, 28 Aug. 1928; (45425-2) Vi-V38506 Yz L-1008
a drink of water : she give me gasoline Says            Roland, Walter; T Model Blues; New York, 17 July 1933; (13552-1) Ba-32932 Yz L-1017
make five dollars : and she give me four She            Stokes, Frank; Last Go Round; Chicago, c. Aug. 1927; (4777-1) Pm-12591 Bio BLP-12041
my feet to walk She give me her love                    Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); Seminole Blues; Aurora, Ill., 11 Oct. 1937; (014333- ) BB-B7315 Yz L-1039
ooo well well and she give me gasoline  Well            Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
don't dress fine But she gives me money : all           Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
won't miss a thing : she gives away Took my             Hurt, Mississippi John; Got the Blues Can't Be Satisfied; New York, 28 Dec. 1928; (401484-B) OK-8724 Bio BLP-C4
ask her for whiskey : she gives me cherry wine          Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
her for a nickel : she gives me ten and                 Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
long and tall When she go to loving : she               Barner, Wiley; If You Want a Good Woman-Get One Long and Tall; Birmingham, Ala., c. 15 Aug.1927; (GEX-804-A) Ge-6261 Rt RL-313
me so unkind When she go to bed every                   Hayes, Nap (T. C. Johnson Groups); Violin Blues; Memphis, 15 Feb. 1928; (400239-A) OK-8708 Rt RL-316
makes an old woman : she go crazy about a               Ledbetter, Huddie; Alberta; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16692- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
wash mighty clean When she go to rub : she              McCoy, Joe; My Wash Woman's Gone; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-110-A) Vo-1668 Yz L-1026
most every place that she go She went down              Spruell, Freddie; Mr. Freddie's Kokomo Blues; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85786- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
my mama's rule    Yonder she goes : with a broom        Baker, Willie; Rag Baby; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14895-B) Ge-6846 Her H-201
I don't care where she goes She sobbed when             Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
all of the time She goes out at night                   Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
dollar : man most anywhere she goes She was my          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
a dollar : most anywhere she goes    If you cry         Johnson, Robert; Walkin' Blues; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2630-1) Vo-03601 Co CL-1654
shaking that old thing     She goes out Lord : and      Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
woman gets the blues : she goes to her room             Smith, Clara; Freight Train Blues; New York, 30 Sept. 1924; (140064-3) Co-14041-D VJM VLP-17
woman gets the blues : she goes to her room             Smith, Trixie; Freight Train Blues; New York, c. May 1924; (1767-1) Pm-12211 CC-29
follow my baby : everywhere she goes     I'm in the     Turner, Buck; Christmas Time Blues; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61793-A) De-7387 Rt RL-327
pass away  Up a-yonder she goes friend : please run     Wilkins, Robert; I'll Go With Her Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-743- ) Br-7158 OJL-11
Woman take the blues : she going to buy her             Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
Woman take the blues : she going to buy her             Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
on the corner : see she going to steal that             Bell, Ed; Mamlish Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4816-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
left from home What she going to come back              Big Bill (Broonzy); C and A Blues; Chicago, 20 June 1935; (C-1020-B) ARC-5-12-65 Yz L-1035
never broke her gait She going to the race              Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
all your pocket change : she going drive you from       Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
trying to see what she going to do Stood                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Pneumonia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15669) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
done collared a job She going to take care              Scott, Sonny; Red Cross Blues; New York, 18 July 1933; (13572-1) Vo-25012 Rt RL-325
I know my baby : she going to jump and                  Sluefoot Joe; Shouting Baby Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (   ) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
one of these days : she going to love me                Thompson, Edward; Showers of Rain Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2411-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
got something for me : she going to bring it            Virgial, Otto; Little Girl in Rome; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96240-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
??? now I bet she going to build  And                   Wheatstraw, Peetie; King Spider Blues; Chicago, 17 July 1935; (90174-A) De-7144 Say SDR-191
I know my woman : she going to scream and               Williams, Joe; My Grey Pony; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85491- ) BB-B5948 RBF RF-14
gone  Well I know she going to miss me                  Williams, Joe; I Know You Gonna Miss Me; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07661-1) BB-B7022 RCA INT-1087
Now but some day she going to meet the                  Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
just won't wait Yon she gone she gone : with            Black Ivory King (Dave Alexander); The Flying Crow; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61795-A) De-7307 BC-5
wait Yon she gone she gone : with a red                 Black Ivory King (Dave Alexander); The Flying Crow; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61795-A) De-7307 BC-5
your horn My baby she gone and left me                  Lockwood, Robert; Little Boy Blue; Chicago, 30 July 1941; (064640- ) BB-B8820 BC-7
as mama's shelf Now she gone to town : with             McCoy, Joe; That Will Be Alright; New York, 18 June 1929; (148708-3) Co-14439-D Yz L-1021
only child  Mama now she gone : crying fare farewell    Wheatstraw, Peetie; Mama's Advice; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6487-A) Vo-1620 BC-4
do  Well my mother she gone : and I hope                Williams, Joe; Stepfather Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85492-1) BB-B5996 OJL-17
gone : and I hope she gone to stay  I                   Williams, Joe; Stepfather Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85492-1) BB-B5996 OJL-17
Now then I believe she gone to Washington : you         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Blue Bird Blues-Part 1; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030851-1) BB-B7979 RCA INT-1088
a gambling stomping whore She got a new way             Alexander, Texas;  Corn-Bread Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81223-A) OK-8511 Rt RL-315
it's sure going on She got something round : and        Alexander, Texas; The Risin' Sun; New York, 15 Nov. 1928; (401331-A) OK-8673 Sw S-1276
poor Betsy Mae Lord she got mad : and drove             Alexander, Texas; Seen Better Days; San Antonio, 9 June 1930; (404112-B) OK-8890 Rt RL-316
left behind My woman she got something : works like     Alexander, Texas; Seen Better Days; San Antonio, 9 June 1930; (404112-B) OK-8890 Rt RL-316
drift away My gal she got ways : just like              Arnold, Kokomo; Midnight Blues; New York, 11 May 1938; (63750-A) De-7510 Say SDR-163
grave Now my woman she got ways : just like             Arnold, Kokomo; Bad Luck Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (63753-A) De-7540 CC-25
rounder can't be found She got up last night            Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
rounder can't be found She got up last night            Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
I got a gal : she got a Rolls Royce                     Baker, Willie; Sweet Patunia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14897) Ge-6751 His HLP-22
can't get her tuni : she got automobile Well I          Baker, Willie; Sweet Patunia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14897) Ge-6751 His HLP-22
blues for my baby : she got the blues for               Barefoot Bill; My Crime Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929;  (149352-2) Co-14510-D OJL-14
live on Eighteenth Street She got a new line            Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
come home at night : she got a towel on                 Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
love your grandma so She got the same jellyroll         Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
sure shoot you down She got them little bitty           Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
because everybody says it She got them real dark        Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
can look her down She got a heaven boy                  Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
ain't low at all She got the kind of                    Blake, Blind; Panther Squall Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20582-2) Pm-12723 Yz L-1016
make a panther squall She got Elgin movements : and     Blake, Blind; Panther Squall Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20582-2) Pm-12723 Yz L-1016
thing I choose Now she got to do the                    Bogan, Lucille; Alley Boogie; Chicago, late Mar. 1930; (C-5563-A) Br-7210 Rt RL-317
woman good little woman : she got coal-black curly hair Bracey, Ishman; Woman Woman Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-239-2) Pm-12970 OJL-2
hurry back to me She got the best old                   Carr, Leroy; Hold Them Puppies; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-6-3) Vo-02751 Yz L-1036
I can't be still She got something : like a             Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
check on me What she got : is really surprise           Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
surprise I mean what she got man : surely will          Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
will trot along back She got something : that I         Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
to the candy stand She got stuck : on the               Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
to the candy stand She got a fool : about               Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
to the peanut stand She got a fool : about              Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
to the banana stand She got a fool : about              Chatman, Bo; My Baby; Atlanta, 12 Feb. 1940; (047652-1) BB-B8495 Yz L-1034
dogs are swollen : and she got one eye She              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
breaking up rocks Now she got legs like a               Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
to ball the jack She got good jelly : she               Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
me break my back She got a crankshaft motion            Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
got a crankshaft motion : she got a cross-town swing    Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
got a cross-town swing She got the regular : doing      Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
just look at sis She got her hand in                    Davis, Walter; I Can Tell By the Way You Smell; Chicago, 28 July 1935; (91433-1) BB-B6059 Yz L-1025
got the motion : and she got the swing Just             Davis, Walter; I Can Tell By the Way You Smell; Chicago, 28 July 1935; (91433-1) BB-B6059 Yz L-1025
the girl I'm loving : she got this great long           Estes, Sleepy John; The Girl I Love, She Got Long Curly Hair; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1929; (55581-1) Vi-V38549 RBF RF-8
the woman I'm loving : she got one teeth solid          Estes, Sleepy John; Poor John Blues; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59968- ) Vi-V38628 Rt RL-323
she beats me wiggling : she got to wobble some          Florence, Nellie ; Jacksonville Blues ; Atlanta, 21 Apr. 1928; (146174-1) Co-14342-D OJL-6
and sweet My gal she got something : sure is            Fuller, Blind Boy; Stealing Bo-Hog; New York, 7 Sept. 1937; (21627-2) ARC-8-01-65 BC-11
the waist My gal she got something : I know             Fuller, Blind Boy; Stealing Bo-Hog; New York, 7 Sept. 1937; (21627-2) ARC-8-01-65 BC-11
all over the bed She got the kind of                    Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
out of my head She got coal-black eyes : she            Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
She got coal-black eyes : she got long black curly      Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
want to know Yes she got me doing things                Fuller, Blind Boy; You Got to Have Your Dollar; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3140-A) OK-05712 His HLP-31
old-timey rider back Because she got a way of           Gibson, Clifford; Old Time Rider; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57176-2) Vi-23255 Yz L-1027
to see Lizzie Brown She got the best jellyroll          Gillum, Bill Jazz; I'm Gonna Get It; Aurora, Ill., 16 June 1938; (020823- ) BB-B7769 RCA INT-1177
But please Mr jailor : she got to get out               Hawkins, Walter Buddy Boy; Jailhouse Fire Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4419-2) Pm-12489 Rt RL-319
to my regular : because she got everything Hey hey      Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Cloudy Sky Blues; Atlanta, 25 Mar. 1927; (143758-2) Co-14205-D CC-36
when she come in : she got a rag tied                   Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
a woman needn't think : she got a man by                Jackson, Papa Charlie; Skoodle Um Skoo; Chicago, c. July 1927; (4670-1) Pm-12501 Bio BLP-12042
out on the hill She got good doing : serve              James, Jesse; Sweet Patuni; Chicago, 3 June 1936; (90760- ) De unissued Yz L-1028
one she may will She got good tuni : I'm                James, Jesse; Sweet Patuni; Chicago, 3 June 1936; (90760- ) De unissued Yz L-1028
to do it : because she got kind of cold                 Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; Come On, Mama, Do That Dance; Chicago, 27 June 1929; (   ) Vo-1420 Yz L-1039
keep on calling me She got hair : like a                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Stocking Feet Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3066-1) Pm-12407 Mil MLP-2013
a long tall woman : she got relatives in Arkansas       Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booger Rooger Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3088-2) Pm-12425 Bio BLP-12015
soft as a butterball She got Elgin movements : from     Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
hadn't made no hit She got this old-fashioned loving    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
no man no good She got ways like the                    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
find that mojo with She got four speeds forward         Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
tell me sad news : she got a brand new                  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Sad News Blues; Chicago, c. July 1928; (20772-2) Pm-12728 Rt RL-306
cold sometimes : I think she got somebody else    You   Johnson, Lonnie; It Ain't What You Usta Be; Chicago, 8 Nov. 1937; (91342-A) De-7427 Sw S-1225
me fire    Yeah but she got a phonograph : but          Johnson, Robert; Phonograph Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2587-2) ARC unissued Co C-30034
her half in two She got a thirty-eight special          Johnson, Robert; 32-20 Blues; San Antonio, 26 Nov. 1936; (SA-2616-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co CL-1654
feets in the hall She got two for a                     Johnson, Robert; They're Red Hot; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2627-1) ARC-7-07-57 Co C-30034
in the room Now she got something good : she            Johnson, Robert; They're Red Hot; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2627-1) ARC-7-07-57 Co C-30034
she got something good : she got to bring it            Johnson, Robert; They're Red Hot; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2627-1) ARC-7-07-57 Co C-30034
to And everybody say she got a mojo : because           Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 Co C-30034
been using that stuff She got a way trimmering          Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 Co C-30034
money to Everybody says she got a mojo : because        Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 His HLP-31
using that stuff Says she got a way of                  Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 His HLP-31
teeth crowned with gold She got a mortgage on           Johnson, Robert; Traveling Riverside Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-400-2) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
know it's my rider : she got a voice like               Jones, Bo; Back Door Blues; Dallas, c. Nov. 1929; (DAL-460- ) Vo-1452 Rt RL-327
Dallas going to do She got nine gold teeth              Jones, Little Hat; New Two Sixteen Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402647-A) OK-8712 His HLP-32
salvation to your soul She got hair like Gloria         Lasky, Louie; Teasin' Brown Blues; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-945-B) Vo-02955 Her H-201
was very very nice She got to doodle once               Lincoln, Charley; Doodle Hole Blues; Atlanta, 18 Apr. 1930; (150275-2) Co-14550-D Yz L-1012
wears a bearcat skin : she got a suit of                Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Brown Skin Girls; Chicago, 18 July 1935; (C-1074-A) ARC-6-11-66 Yz L-1025
tooth crowned with gold She got a lien on               McClennan, Tommy; Brown Skin Girl; Chicago, 22 Nov. 1939; (044243-1) BB-B8444 RCA LPV-518
here woman got me She got me stone crazy                McClennan, Tommy; She's a Good Looking Mama; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044992- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
her loose : be sure she got enough Now you              McClennan, Tommy; Love with a Feeling; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053740-1) BB-B8689 Rt RL-305
get poor My mama she got a mojo : believe               McTell, Blind Willie; Talking to Myself; Atlanta, 17 Apr. 1930; (150257-2) Co-14551-D Yz L-1005
mojo with I said she got that mojo : and                McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
gal she skipped : guess she got somebody else Well      McTell, Blind Willie; Death Cell Blues; New York, 19 Sept. 1933; (14049-1) Vo-02577 RBF RF-15
lie twice My baby she got a mojo : I                    McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
can't get no water She got a little calf                Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
just got childish ways She got a head full              Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
and kind All admit she got something : to ease          Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
legs : and ??? feet She got great big eyes              Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Got a Letter from My Darlin'; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64731- ) Vi-23267 Rt RL-337
got a rambling woman : she got a rambling mind          Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
from your work now : she got her clothes and            Petties, Arthur; Out on Santa Fe-Blues; Memphis, 14 Feb. 1928; (41907-2) Vi-21282 Rt RL-314
because you know partner : she got her another man      Petway, Robert; My Baby Left Me; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074114-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
gal I been loving : she got teeth solid gold            Pickett, Charlie; Crazy 'Bout My Black Gal; New York, 2 Aug. 1937; (62467-A) De-7762 Rt RL-310
I wants a woman she got on plenty of                    Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
to put you down She got a smile on                      Reed, Willie; Texas Blues; Dallas, 8 Dec. 1928; (147601-1) Co-14407-D Yz L-1010
woman lose her home She got something : that the        Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
baby used to lay    She got them great big              Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
them great big legs : she got the walking size          Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
good gal's fortune told She got a pocket full           Stokes, Frank; Mistreatin' Blues; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45419-1) Vi-21672 Rt RL-308
just like a lamb She got a head like                    Sykes, Roosevelt; Skeet and Garret; Chicago, 16 Nov. 1929; (403312-A) OK-8749 Yz L-1033
my work day come She got on the Central                 Thomas, George; Fast Stuff Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Nov. 1929; (L-17-2) Pm-12826 Rt RL-340
really had some race She got fast ways : and            Thomas, George; Fast Stuff Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Nov. 1929; (L-17-2) Pm-12826 Rt RL-340
and she working hard She got a dress she                Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
love is not true    She got a mean disposition          Townsend, Henry; She's Got a Mean Disposition; Chicaco, 25 Feb. 1935; (85494-1) BB-B5966 Yz L-1030
a mean disposition : and she got such a lowdown         Townsend, Henry; She's Got a Mean Disposition; Chicaco, 25 Feb. 1935; (85494-1) BB-B5966 Yz L-1030
take a bath tonight She got up this morning             Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Don't Wake It Up; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1560-1) Pm-13152 Bio  BLP-12041
girl in Rome Said she got something for me              Virgial, Otto; Little Girl in Rome; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96240-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
my old home town She got really white teeth             Washboard Sam; I'm Feeling Low Down; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064482-1) BB-B8878 RCA LPV-577
damper down My baby she got a mojo : trying             Weaver, Curley; Fried Pie Blues; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9943-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
me all the time  She got men's shoes under              Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Worried About that Woman; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2032-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
at night  Well now she got it in her                    Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sleepless Nights Blues; New York, 17 Mar. 1932; (11519-A) Vo-1727 Yz L-1030
for her salary : if she got a dollar she                Wheatstraw, Peetie; When a Man Gets Down; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90961-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
you just like mine  She got me out of                   Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
grey  Lord my mama she got older : now her              Williams, Joe; My Grey Pony; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85491- ) BB-B5948 RBF RF-14
She ain't very good-looking : she got two teeth crowned Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
my little machine  Now she got a standard carburettor   Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Little Machine; Chicago, 17 May 1940; (053002- ) BB-B8674 BC-3
heard my grandmother : when she got my grandfather told Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shotgun Blues; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064023- ) BB-B8731 BC-3
long and tall When she grab you and shake               Bell, Ed; Carry It Right Back Home; Atlanta, 4 Dec. 1930; (151037-2) Co-14595-D Rt RL-325
daddy was a bear  She grab her daddy : she              Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); Greyhound Blues; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90199-A) Ch-50053 Rt RL-334
that long line Now she grabbed that stick : and         Byrd, John; Billy Goat Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-289-2) Pm-12997 Yz L-1001
in the door Well she grabbed my baby and                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Crawlin' Baby Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15671) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
broke my heart : when she grabbed that B and            McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
leave his home When she grabs you and turns             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bed Springs Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15664) Pm-12872 Mel MLP-7324
me Because every time she grins : she turns her         Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
some gossip mama : that she had done you so             Akers, Garfield; Cottonfield Blues-Part 1; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-201- ) Vo-1442 OJL-2
any in this town She had so many men                    Alexander, Texas; Double Crossing Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402639-B) OK-8745 Yz L-1032
did : but was something she had heard    Ain't going    Bailey, Kid; Mississippi Bottom Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (M-209/10) Br-7114 OJL-5
got the same jellyroll : she had forty years ago        Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
asked my wife : where she had been all night            Big Bill (Broonzy); I've Got to Dig You; Chicago, 17 Apr. 1940; (WC-3034-A) Vo-05563 RBF RF-16
was standing over me She had a big forty-five           Carr, Leroy; My Woman's Gone Wrong; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15626-1) Vo-02950 Co C-30496
and she almost fell She had wind like the               Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; Boodle-De-Bum Bum; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4631- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
Yeah when morning comes : she had never broke her       Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
Yeah when morning come : she had never changed her      Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
pretty mama up there She had one foot loose             Day, Will; Central Avenue Blues; New Orleans, 25 Apr. 1928; (146186-2) Co-14318-D Yz L-1010
the mill She dreamed : she had taken me from            Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
her dreams come true She had dream all about            Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
the same old jelly : she had forty years ago            Gibson, Cleo; Nothing But the Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402312) OK-8700 Sw S-1240
man And the way she had that thing on                   Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
quit me : God knows she had it all I'm                  Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Barbecue Blues; Atlanta, 25 Mar. 1927; (143757-1) Co-14205-D CC-36
so late last night : she had a mule wagon               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Lemon's Worried Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20375-3) Pm-12622 Mil MLP-2004
hundred in her hand She had done robbed some            Jones, Little Hat; Two String Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402648-A) OK-8712 His HLP-32
on your mama : because she had bad hair If              Jordan, Charley; Keep It Clean; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5836- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
she kicked me outdoors She had a nerve to               Jordan, Luke; Church Bells Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39819-2) Vi-21076 RBF RF-9
knocked upon her door She had the nerve to              McClennan, Tommy; I'm a Guitar King; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064890- ) BB-B8957 RBF RF-1
crying I told her she had a home : just                 McTell, Blind Willie; Searching the Desert for the Blues; Atlanta, 22 Feb. 1932; (71606-1) Vi-23353 RCA LPV-518
woman in West Texas : she had been left by              Moore, Whistlin' Alex; West Texas Woman; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149531-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
Miss Lou Shook so : she had the German flu              Nelson, Romeo; Gettin' Dirty Just Shakin' that Thing; Chicago, 9 Oct. 1929; (C-4629- ) Vo-1447 OJL-15
Thinking about my lover : she had done put me           Reed, Willie; Texas Blues; Dallas, 8 Dec. 1928; (147601-1) Co-14407-D Yz L-1010
gave a dance : and she had a crowd And                  Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
her : about the man she had You know she                Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
come running : with a, she had marriage license in      Sykes, Roosevelt; Mr. Sykes Blues; Richmond, Ind., 22 Sept. 1932; (18801) Ch-16586 Yz L-1033
shook it so much : she had the German flu               Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
and she working hard She had a dress she                Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
don't know the clothes : she had on Just as             Torey, George; Lonesome Man Blues; Birmingham, Ala., 2 Apr. 1937; (B-65-1) ARC-7-08-57 Yz L-1002
woke up this morning : she had my pocket picked         Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); New Shake that Thing; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1555-2) Pm-13143 Bio BLP-12041
sing the blues And she had a little secret              Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
I done  She said she had gone away to                   Wheatstraw, Peetie; The Rising Sun Blues; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1935; (C-921-A) Vo-03066 Say SDR-191
Well my little woman she had quit me : ooo              Wheatstraw, Peetie; Letter Writing Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1935; (C-944-A) Vo-02978 Say SDR-191
The woman I love : she had another man  Yon             White, Washington; Black Train Blues; Chicago, 7 Mar. 1940; (WC-2977-A) Vo-05588 Co C-30036
can hear me sing  She had an old job                    Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
mill  She dreamed that she had taken me : from          Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
got no man But she hangs around here : always           Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
Ain't got nobody mama : she has rock the ship           Bracey, Ishman; Left Alone Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41843-2) Vi-21349 Rt RL-330
had no mmm : since she has been gone You                Carr, Leroy; Hold Them Puppies; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-6-3) Vo-02751 Yz L-1036
station : meet the Cannonball    She has the hesitating stockings Collins, Sam; Hesitation Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. 17 Sept. 1927; (13033) Ge-6379 OJL-10
love you sky high She has feet like a                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dry Southern Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2475-1) Pm-12347 Bio BLP-12000
home : and I told she has long been gone                Jordan, Luke; Cocaine Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39821-2) Vi-21076 Rt RL-326
to hold on strong She has good hair : her               Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Don't Wake It Up; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1560-1) Pm-13152 Bio  BLP-12041
a regular man  Although she has been a real             Welsh, Nolan; Dying Pickpocket Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21098-3) Pm-12759 Yz L-1028
ooo well well but she has changed her mind              Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
I met Miss Lamar : she have made me change              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Caught the Old Coon at Last; Chicago, 4 Dec. 1941; (070437-1) BB-B8974 RCA-730.581
thing that hurts you : she have to go home              Johnson, Lonnie; When You Fall For Someone That's Not Your Own; New York, 16 Nov. 1928; (401336-B) OK-8635 CC-30
love my phonograph : but she have broke my winding      Johnson, Robert; Phonograph Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2587-2) ARC unissued Co C-30034
her cup So if she have not quit you                     Lewis, Furry; Dry Land Blues; Memphis, 28 Aug. 1928; (45429-1) Vi-23345 Yz L-1021
isn't : tell no lie she have rolled that same           Richardson, Mooch; Mooch Richardson's Low Down Barrel House Blues Part 1; Memphis, 13 Feb. 1928; (400215-A) OK-8554 Mam S-3803
the devil : ooo well she have wrecked a-many home       Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
Get some money : if she have to sell a                  Wilson, Kid Wesley (Leola B. Wilson); The Gin Done Done It; New York, 5 Sept. 1929; (148977-?) Co-14463-D His HLP-5
to the west If she headed to the south                  Thomas, Henry; Cottonfield Blues; Chicago, c. early July 1927; (   ) Vo-1094 OJL-3
to the west If she heads to the South                   Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
Comes right back : when she hear him say Papa           Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants a Cookie; Chicago, 2 Jan. 1930; (C-5070- ) Vo-1561 Yz L-1036
Mama just smiles : when she hear papa say    Went       Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants a Cookie; Chicago, 2 Jan. 1930; (C-5070- ) Vo-1561 Yz L-1036
account : of something that she heard When I had        Bracey, Mississippi; I'll Overcome Some Day; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404767-B) OK-8904 OJL-17
Lord : just something that she heard    Black gal she   Estes, Sleepy John; Stack O' Dollars; Memphis, 30 May 1930; (62547-2) Vi-23397 Rt RL-307
Lord my baby say : she heard the forty-four whistle     Sykes, Roosevelt; 44 Blues; New York, 14 June 1929; (402451-A) OK-8702 His HLP-5
me : about something that she heard Louise : baby please Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
in one second : when she hears a car horn               Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Hard to Rule Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20335-3) Pm-12670 Bio BLP-12004
good to tell you : she holler daddy just before         Spruell, Freddie; Muddy Water Blues; Chicago, 17 Nov. 1926; (9908-A) OK-8422 Mam S-3802
Girl in the bakershop : she hollered papa don't look    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bakershop Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15668) Pm-12852 Mil MLP-2013
good gold Every time she hug and kiss me                Weaver, Curley; Oh Lawdy Mama; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9940-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
surely like Every time she hugs me : it nearly          Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Round and Round; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64732- ) Vi-23256 Jo SM-3104
so big and fat She hurt her honeydrip prince            Moore, Kid Prince; Honey Dripping Papa; New York, 11 Apr. 1936; (18999-2) ARC-6-09-56 Rt RL-340
the woman I love : she in the jailhouse now             Hawkins, Walter Buddy Boy; Jailhouse Fire Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4419-2) Pm-12489 Rt RL-319
I crave to see She in Cincinnati : won't even           Weaver, Curley; Oh Lawdy Mama; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9940-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
woman I love Lord : she is my partner's maid            Alexander, Texas; When You Get to Thinking; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1929; (403359-B) OK-8764 Fly LP-103
she can be Lord she is low and she                      Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
she is low and she is squatty : she's all               Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
hide in the bushes : she is hard to find                Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
to make me think : she is true to me                    Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
know how to rob : she is too doggone scared             Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
I got a gal : she is big as a                           Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants to Knock a Jug; Chicago, c. 20 Jan. 1931; (C-7223-A) Vo-1651 Yz L-1036
I get in trouble : she is the last one                  Carr, Leroy; Hurry Down Sunshine; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-4-3) Vo-02741 Co C-30496
buddy : and I swear she is my pal    Whiskey            Carr, Leroy; Good Woman Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16427-1) Vo-03296 Yz L-1019
about my baby : though she is so mean My                Carr, Leroy; Eleven Twenty-Nine Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16429-1) Vo-03157 Bio BLP-C9
I don't know what she is going to do                    Davis, Walter; Please Don't Mistreat Me; Chicago, 12 July 1940; (049323-1) BB-B8664 Yz L-1025
believe to my soul : she is Alabama bound Apples        Hawkins, Walter Buddy Boy; Number Three Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4416-2) Pm-12475 Yz L-1010
across town : I declare she is worrying me I            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Struck Sorrow Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20039-2) Pm-12541 Rt RL-335
you the truth man : she is as soft as                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
love your rider : till she is so far from               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Distance Moan; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15670-A) Pm-12852 Mil MLP-2013
keep my company    Mmm she is a little queen            Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 Co C-30034
our money green    Now she is a little queen            Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 His HLP-31
ought to see mine She is the sweetest : gal             Walker, Willie; South Carolina Rag; Atlanta, 6 Dec. 1930; (151065- ) Co-14578-D OJL-18
to put you down She jumped in the bay                   Alexander, Texas;  Long Lonesome Day Blues; New York, 11 Aug. 1927; (81213-A) OK-8511 Rt RL-315
knocked on Evelyn's door She jumped up sweet babe       Jackson, Papa Charlie; Coffee Pot Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1925; (10043-?) Pm-12264 Yz L-1029
now : the ninety-nine degree She jumped up : and throwed Johnson, Robert; Stop Breakin' Down Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-399-1) Vo-04002 Co C-30034
was a horse Up she jumped : down she fell               Jordan, Charley; Keep It Clean; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5836- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
name of sister Louise  She jumped up : and danced       Williamson, Sonny Boy; Susie-Q ; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030850-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
call jitterbug : oh man she jumps clear the floor       Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
send me no telegram She just a hard-headed woman        Arnold, Kokomo; Rocky Road Blues; Chicago, 23 Oct. 1937; (91300-A) De-7449 CC-25
Kansas City : and boy she just won't wait Yon           Black Ivory King (Dave Alexander); The Flying Crow; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61795-A) De-7307 BC-5
true to me But she just as crooked : as                 Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
the gal I love : she just won't treat me                Gillum, Bill Jazz; She Won't Treat Me Kind; Aurora, Ill., 16 Dec. 1938; (030826- ) BB-B8106 RCA INT-1177
I ever seen Corrine : she just about five feet          Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; Callin' Corrine; New York, 19 May 1939; (65608-A) De-7619 AH-158
be my rider : but she just won't treat me               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Prison Cell Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20388-2) Pm-12622 Mil MLP-2004
a full-grown woman : but she just got childish ways     Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
don't want no woman : she just soon as say              Sykes, Roosevelt; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 3 Nov. 1930; (C-6475-A) Me-M12086 Yz L-1033
out of my door She just left me worried                 Townsend, Henry; Sick with the Blues; possibly Chicago, 1933; (   ) record unknown Yz L-1030
my woman I love : she just won't wait Oh                Virgial, Otto; Bad Notion Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96241-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
the gal I'm loving : she just won't treat me            Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Worried About that Woman; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2032-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
I love that women : she just won't treat me             Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Worried About that Woman; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2032-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
a sweet little woman : she just wouldn't be loving      Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
Well my little Red : she just don't know  Well          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Goodbye Red; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030854-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
Now and she said she just walking around : just         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Rainy Day Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030857-1) BB-B8094 RCA INT-1088
baby stop here : did she keep in going Now              Estes, Sleepy John; Watcha Doin'; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59967- ) Vi-V38628 Rt RL-323
can't see no peace She keep me worried : bothered       Jordan, Charley; Hunkie Tunkie Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5841- ) Vo-1528 Yz L-1003
me late at night She keep on a-dogging me               McClennan, Tommy; My Baby's Doggin' Me; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044991- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
long and tall Way she keep loving : says Lord           Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
Sally Right Says way she keep a-loving : says it's      Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
woman rule your life She keep you troubled : worried    Thompson, Ashley; Minglewood Blues; Memphis, 30 Jan. 1928; (41803-2) Vi-21267 Fwy FA-2953
baby stop here : did she keep on by  Now                Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
to cut my head She keeps me running : ducking           Arnold, Kokomo; Head Cuttin' Blues; Chicago, 3 Nov. 1937; (91331-A) De-7417 BC-4
me no mind And she keeps me worried : and               Darby, Blind; Built Right on the Ground; Chicago, 29 Sept. 1931; (67584-1) Vi-23311 Yz L-1003
The woman I love : she keeps me up Well                 Hollins, Tony; Stamp Blues; Chicago, 3 June 1941; (C-3843-1) OK-06351 BC-5
The woman I love : she keeps a good man                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Match Box Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4424-2) Pm-12474 Mil MLP-2004
left my baby crying She keeps me worried : and          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Rambler Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20040-2) Pm-12541 Bio BLP-12015
baby treats me mean : she keeps me worried all          McPhail, Black Bottom; Whiskey Man Blues; New York, 17 Mar. 1932; (11514-A) Vo-1721 Yz L-1019
always on my mind She keeps me troubled : worried       Stevens, Vol; Vol Stevens Blues; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40324-1) Vi-21356 OJL-21
rule your life Says she keeps you worried : worried     Thompson, Ashley; Minglewood Blues; Memphis, 30 Jan. 1928; (41803-2) Vi-21267 Fwy FA-2953
right  But my woman she keeps that on me                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Doin' the Best I Can; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1934; (C-9443-?) De-7007 Say SDR-191
had so many men : she kept me always crying             Alexander, Texas; Double Crossing Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402639-B) OK-8745 Yz L-1032
ought to be ashamed She kept the watch : and            McCoy, Joe; Botherin' that Thing; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5865-A) Vo-1570 His HLP-32
my last rider done She kept it all for                  McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
squawk about my supper : she kicked me outdoors She     Jordan, Luke; Church Bells Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39819-2) Vi-21076 RBF RF-9
gin house down     Says she killed a chicken : and      King David; What's That Tastes Like Gravy; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404664-A) OK-8913 RBF RF-6
Dinner got on : and she kissed me some Now              Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
door Hug me and she kissed me : called me               McTell, Blind Willie; Atlanta Strut; Atlanta, 30 Oct. 1929; (149299-2) Co-14657-D Yz L-1037
be And every time she kisses me : cold chill            McClennan, Tommy; My Little Girl; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044988- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
my best friend Said she knock and kick me               Henry, Hound Head; My Silver Dollar Mama; Chicago, 17 Oct. 1928; (C-2452- ) Vo-1288 His HLP-2
all about loving : and she know just what to            Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
right young man Because she know she can take           Ledbetter, Huddie; Alberta; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16692- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
come home till night She know I know she                McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
something : oh Lord but she know it ain't right         McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
way to comfort me She know that ain't no                Sykes, Roosevelt; Hard Luck Man Blues; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69404- ) Vi-23320 Yz L-1033
now I wonder do she know : that I'm fixing              Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Hang My Clothes on No Barbed Wire Line; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6489-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
It weren't nothing that she knowed Lord : just something Estes, Sleepy John; Stack O' Dollars; Memphis, 30 May 1930; (62547-2) Vi-23397 Rt RL-307
most ever seen  Well she knowed about loving : from     Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
on the hill  Well she knowed about kissing : from       Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
have them blues : when she knows somebody's got her     Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
leave her alone Because she knows just how to           Blake, Blind; Notoriety Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20875-2) Pm-12754 Bio BLP-12031;
three times seven : and she knows what she wants        Darby, Blind; Lawdy Lawdy Worried Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15566) Pm-12828 Yz L-1003
three time seven : and she knows just exactly what      Lasky, Louie; How You Want Your Rollin' Done; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-915-C) Vo-02955 Her H-201
be a black Gypsy : she knows every place I              Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
man do things : and she knows darn well that's          Rachel, James Yank; Expressman Blues; Memphis, 17 May 1930; (59934- ) Vi-23318 Fwy FA-2953
six straight men : say she knows no better Another      Stokes, Frank; Its a Good Thing; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20044-2) Pm-12518 Bio BLP-12041
that I'm crazy about : she knows just what to           Stokes, Frank; What's the Matter Blues; Memphis, 1 Feb. 1928; (41826-1) Vi-V38531 Yz L-1002
kill my woman : till she laid down across the           Brown, Willie; M and O Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-413-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
sweet loving babe : everywhere she lands Can you tell   Hull, Papa Harvey; Don't You Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12692) Ge-6106 OJL-8
on Cherry Street And she laughs and talks : with        Newbern, Hambone Willie; Hambone Willie's Dreamy-Eyed Woman's Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402305-B) OK-8693 OJL-17
hen : won't cackle when she lay What you want           Patton, Charley; Banty Rooster Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15217) Pm-12792 Yz L-1020
hen : won't cackle when she lay What you want           Rhodes, Walter; The Crowing Rooster; Memphis, 10 Dec. 1927; (145358-2) Co-14289-D Rt RL-334
hen : won't cackle when she lay I wouldn't have         Sluefoot Joe; Shouting Baby Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (   ) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
wears a diamond ring She leads a man around             Jackson, Jim; St. Louis Blues; Memphis, c. Feb. 1930; (MEM-805- ) Vo-1477 Yz L-1003
a mean eye : Lord she learned me to sing                Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
woman leave you : and she leave you on a                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Empty Room Blues; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053593-1) BB-B8615 RCA-730.581
baby leave home Now she leave me every morning          McClennan, Tommy; Down to Skin and Bones; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053738- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
size And every time she leave me : you know             Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
out of town And she leave out on that                   Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
that lonesome highway If she leave there between nine   Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
a rolling stone When she leave a man : he               Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
seen my woman : since she leave this town     I         unknown artist (Birmingham Jug Band); Giving It Away; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404683-A) OK-8908 OJL-19
Every time she walks : she leaves a lot behind          Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); I Whipped My Woman With a Single Tree; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56347-2) Vi-V38578 Rt RL-311
her : in nobody's neighborhood She leaves every morning : come Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
silver dollar Every time she leaves me : I declare      Henry, Hound Head; My Silver Dollar Mama; Chicago, 17 Oct. 1928; (C-2452- ) Vo-1288 His HLP-2
her name is Joan She leaves here walking running        Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
crazy about you : but she leaving you all the           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
treated her wrong : before she left my home I           Barefoot Bill; One More Time; Atlanta, 20 Apr. 1930; (150305-1) Co-14561-D Rt RL-325
saw the Frisco : when she left the yard When            Bell, Ed; Frisco Whistle Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4822-1) Pm-12546 OJL-14
caught the train : and she left me a mule               Big Bill (Broonzy); Grandma's Farm; New York, 9 Apr. 1930; (9600-1) Pe-187 Yz L-1035
my baby got unruly : she left from home What            Big Bill (Broonzy); C and A Blues; Chicago, 20 June 1935; (C-1020-B) ARC-5-12-65 Yz L-1035
was in this town She left me this morning               Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
had my baby gone She left me this morning               Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
baby just quit me : she left me with the                Bracey, Ishman; Bust Up Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-241-2) Pm-13038 Her H-205
say goodbye How come she left me : Lord I               Carr, Leroy; Take a Walk Around the Corner; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15604- ) Vo-02986 Co C-30496
in this world somewhere She left me with a              Carr, Leroy; Shinin' Pistol; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16438-1) Vo-03067 Co C-30496
baby go She said she left for the border                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Empty Room Blues; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053593-1) BB-B8615 RCA-730.581
with a big excuse She left there tight : but            Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; It's a Fight Like That; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4630- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
back no more Oh she left me this morning                Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
to worry you When she left me she bought                Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
to me again When she left me good people                Davis, Walter; L and N Blues; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76802-1) BB-B5143 RCA INT-1085
summer day Just when she left me : she's gone           Evans, Joe; Sitting on Top of the World; New York, 21 May 1931; (10659-1) Ba-32211 His HLP-8002
didn't treat her right She left this town with          Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Ease It to Me Blues; Atlanta, 21 Apr. 1928; (146173-2) Co-14614-D BC-7
be out of town She left me this morning                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Easy Rider Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4423-2) Pm-12474 Mil MLP-2004
talks all over town She left me a note                  Jordan, Luke; My Gal's Done Quit Me; New York, 18 Nov. 1929; (57703-1) Vi-V38564 Rt RL-318
gone and left me : she left me all alone                Lockwood, Robert; Little Boy Blue; Chicago, 30 July 1941; (064640- ) BB-B8820 BC-7
the brown I love She left this morning : she's          Smith, Six Cylinder; Oh Oh Lonesome Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-213-1) Pm-12968 Yz L-1004
And she quit me she left me : to sing                   Stokes, Frank; What's the Matter Blues; Memphis, 1 Feb. 1928; (41826-1) Vi-V38531 Yz L-1002
be back no more She left me this morning                Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); Seminole Blues; Aurora, Ill., 11 Oct. 1937; (014333- ) BB-B7315 Yz L-1039
said a word And she left me : about something           Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
summer day Just when she left me : she'd gone           Vincson, Walter; Sitting on Top of the World; Shreveport, La., 17 Feb. 1930; (403805-B) OK-8784 Mam S-3804
that Southern train Heart she left me here : heart      Weaver, Curley; Oh Lawdy Mama; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9940-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
treats me so unkind  She left me last night             Wiggins, James Boodle It; Evil Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20379-2) Pm-12662 Mil MLP-2018
I know the reason she left me : because she             Williamson, Sonny Boy; Number Five Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030848-1R) BB-B8010 RCA INT-1088
bluebird gone  Now and she left me this morning         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Blue Bird Blues-Part 1; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030851-1) BB-B7979 RCA INT-1088
left me : you know she left me a mule                   Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shotgun Blues; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064023- ) BB-B8731 BC-3
left her town Don't she let nobody : tear her           Newbern, Hambone Willie; Roll and Tumble Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402306-B) OK-8679 OJL-17
say : what they please She lets you ride her            Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
your lamb can't go She lied just come on                Spruell, Freddie; Mr. Freddie's Kokomo Blues; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85786- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
I believe my baby she lied said she didn't              Williams, Joe; Baby Please Don't Go; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96244-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
a woman : Lord and she lightning when she smiles        Brown, Willie; Future Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-418-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
are there anything if she like She said daddy           Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
to go She said she liked my music : but                 Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
will Once in town : she liked to got me                 Estes, Sleepy John; Mary Come On Home; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93006-A) De-7814 Sw S-1220;
me : come back home She likes to fight : she            Blake, Blind; Notoriety Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20875-2) Pm-12754 Bio BLP-12031;
She likes to fight : she likes to break them            Blake, Blind; Notoriety Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20875-2) Pm-12754 Bio BLP-12031;
She's a good woman : she likes to have her              Jackson, Papa Charlie; Ash Tray Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20604-2) Pm-12660 Bio BLP-12042
got heavy a load She likes to do it                     Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; Come On, Mama, Do That Dance; Chicago, 27 June 1929; (   ) Vo-1420 Yz L-1039
help from to fall She likes her music soft              Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
woman : but she says she likes me Hate to               Lincoln, Charley; Hard Luck Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145104-2) Co-14272-D His HLP-4
if you think that she likes it : ooo well               Washboard Sam; My Feet Jumped Salty; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064479-1) BB-B8844 RCA LPV-577
if you think that she likes it : ooo well               Washboard Sam; My Feet Jumped Salty; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064479-1) BB-B8844 RCA LPV-577
Lord I wonder is she listening : and won't even         Davis, Walter; Just Want to Talk Awhile; Chicago, 5 Dec. 1941; (070451-1) BB unissued RC INT-1085
reason I love her : she live in Vicksburg on            Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Vicksburg Blues-Part 3; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02645-1) BB-B6697 CC-35
the money : is when she lived in the piney              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
When I had her : she lived on Easy Street               McCoy, Joe; You Got to Move-Part 1; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9380- ) De-7038 BC-1
ooo well well and she lived in a great                  Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
got a brownskin woman : she lives up on that            Alexander, Texas;  Corn-Bread Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81223-A) OK-8511 Rt RL-315
I got a gal : she lives up on the                       Baker, Willie; Sweet Patunia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14897) Ge-6751 His HLP-22
I've got a girl : she lives down in in                  Carr, Leroy; Shady Lane Blues; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-7-3) Vo-02762 Co C-30496
woman named Miss Hattie : she lives on Fourteenth Street Collins, Chasey; Atlanta Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96249-1) BB-B6187 BC-6
a girl in Brownsville : she lives down on Buliphant     Estes, Sleepy John; Down South Blues; Chicago, 9 July 1935; (90094-A) Ch-50001 Sw S-1219
got me a woman : she lives way down in                  Evans, Joe; Down in Black Bottom; New York, 21 May 1931; (10664-1) Or-8083 Yz L-1015
The gal I love : she lives on a silver                  Henry, Hound Head; My Silver Dollar Mama; Chicago, 17 Oct. 1928; (C-2452- ) Vo-1288 His HLP-2
I got a gal : she lives on the hill                     Jackson, Papa Charlie; Drop that Sack; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2145-1) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
know she's here : but she lives on Cherry Street        Jones, Little Hat; Cherry Street Blues; San Antonio, 14 June 1930; (404300-A) OK-8829 Yz L-1032
my good-looking woman : honey she lives up on that      McClennan, Tommy; You Can't Read My Mind; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064887- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
another hot mama : and she lives in Baltimore    Look   McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
me so bad : because she lives in Tennessee Lord         McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
a girl in Texas : she lives four miles from             Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; Corn Whiskey Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1931; (VO-127- ) Vo-1633 Yz L-1031
got a little gal : she lives way edge of                Williams, Joe; Somebody's Been Borrowing that Stuff; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85488-1) BB-B5900 RCA LPV-518
in East St Louis : she lives in Polack Town             Williams, Joe; I Won't Be in Hard Luck No More; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07664-1) BB-B7065 RCA INT-1087
as she could be She long tall woman : she's             Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
across the bed And she looked so ambitious : till       Brown, Willie; M and O Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-413-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
keep it hid Well she looked at me : she                 Estes, Sleepy John; Milk Cow Blues; Memphis, 13 May 1930; (59918- ) Vi-V38614 RBF RF-202
met another little girl She looked at me and            Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; Seven Sisters Blues-Part 2; Chicago, c. Apr. 1931; (VO-169-A) Vo-1641 Yz L-1031
this money will buy She looked at me : begin            Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); I've Got Blood in My Eyes for You; Atlanta, 25 Oct. 1931; (405023-1) Co-14660-D Mam S-3804
got up this morning : she looking mighty sweet The      Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Don't Wake It Up; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1560-1) Pm-13152 Bio  BLP-12041
she got one eye She looks like a wreck                  Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
But still my baby : she looks after me She              Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
but the most time she lose  Boys now when               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
lose  Boys now when she lose : ooo well well            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
she can be Lord she low and she squatty                 Big Bill (Broonzy); How You Want It Done; New York, 29 Mar. 1932; (11611-2) Ba-32436 Yz L-1011
time to lose  Now she low and she squatty               Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
got on : and then she love me some Now                  Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
I mean every time she love me: and you                  Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
mama was a sailor : she love the ocean life             Daniels, Julius; My Mama Was a Sailor; Atlanta, 19 Feb. 1927; (37931-2) Vi-20658 Rt RL-326
asked the girl did she love me : she said               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dry Southern Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2475-1) Pm-12347 Bio BLP-12000
more boys : wonder do she love anybody else Ain't       Jones, Elijah; Katy Fly; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020120-1) BB-B7616 RCA INT-1175
here Friday Friday girl : she love those teddy bears    Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Brown Skin Girls; Chicago, 18 July 1935; (C-1074-A) ARC-6-11-66 Yz L-1025
When a woman say she love you : about as                McTell, Blind Willie; Searching the Desert for the Blues; Atlanta, 22 Feb. 1932; (71606-1) Vi-23353 RCA LPV-518
She'll tell you that she love you : and love            McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
Well now she say she love me : she wild                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; Goodbye Red; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030854-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
have had her foiled She loved me all this               Dickson, Tom; Death Bell Blues; Memphis, 27 Feb. 1928; (400355-B) OK-8590 Yz L-1002
be long    Oh how she loved to dance : that             Jackson, Jim; This Mornin' She Was Gone; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45417-1) Vi-V38003 His HLP-32
of you    Oh how she loved to dance : that              Jackson, Jim; This Mornin' She Was Gone; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45417-2) Vi-V38003 His HLP-5
suit anybody Last night : she loved me for a            Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
nohow She swore that she loved me : but I               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dynamite Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21096-1) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
message : that the man she loved was gone Said          Thompson, Edward; Seven Sister Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2413) Pm-12873 Yz L-1006
me love you baby : she loved me when I                  Wheatstraw, Peetie; Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1262-1) Vo-03396 RBF RF-12
And that woman said she loved me : I could              Wilkins, Robert; Nashville Stonewall Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-740-A) Br-7168 Rt RL-307
she's loving you man : she loves you just right         Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
night through But when she loves me : I forget          Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
a girl in Chicago : she loves to hear me                Lockwood, Robert; Little Boy Blue; Chicago, 30 July 1941; (064640- ) BB-B8820 BC-7
When a woman says she loves you : about as              McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
I don't know that she loves me : but still              Moore, Whistlin' Alex; It Wouldn't Be So Hard; Dallas, 6 Dec. 1929; (149562-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
midnight creep  ??? said she loves me : boy I           Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Hitch Me to Your Buggy and Drive Me Like a Mule; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40323-2) Vi-21134 OJL-21
She tells me that she loves me : ooo well               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
no-good woman : and then she loving other men Then      Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Mistreatin' Woman Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02654-1) BB-B7178 CC-35
can't love her : and she loving somebody else  Let      Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
Lord by the way she lows Lord if you                    Arnold, Kokomo; Milk Cow Blues; Chicago, 10 Sept. 1934; (C-9428-B) De-7026 BC-4
cow : by the way she lows I give her                    Memphis Minnie; Soo Cow Soo; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1931; (VO-151-A) Vo-1658 Yz L-1021
won't let me in She made me mad : and                   Blake, Blind; Fightin' the Jug; Richmond, Ind., 20 July 1929; (15250) Pm-12863 Bio BLP-12037
my gal fixed me She made me love her                    Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Me and My Whiskey; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149346-2) Co-14507-D CC-36
her neighborhood But when she made the money : is       Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
people : what she done She made a hit with              Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
worry : about your life She made Jack the Ripper        Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
over : when she walks She made a blind man              Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
sweetest gal I know She made me walk from               Temple, Johnnie; Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 12 Nov. 1936; (90981-A) De-7244 Cor CP-58
right across the hall She made a misstep : you          Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
first woman I had : she made me get down                Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
out on my door : she made a loving sign                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
she go to loving : she make a panther squall            Barner, Wiley; If You Want a Good Woman-Get One Long and Tall; Birmingham, Ala., c. 15 Aug.1927; (GEX-804-A) Ge-6261 Rt RL-313
she rub my head : she make my fever rise                Bracey, Ishman; Pay Me No Mind; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-242-2) Pm-13038 Yz L-1007
you trying to do She make it trying to                  Day, Will; Central Avenue Blues; New Orleans, 25 Apr. 1928; (146186-2) Co-14318-D Yz L-1010
take me : see what she make of me I'm                   Dickson, Tom; Death Bell Blues; Memphis, 27 Feb. 1928; (400355-B) OK-8590 Yz L-1002
she had You know she make me awful mad                  Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
baby love me so She make five dollars : and             Stokes, Frank; Last Go Round; Chicago, c. Aug. 1927; (4777-1) Pm-12591 Bio BLP-12041
you every cent  Sometime she make me happy : then       Williams, Joe; Peach Orchard Mama; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053991-1) BB-B8774 RCA INT-1087
me happy : then again she make me cry  Ever             Williams, Joe; Peach Orchard Mama; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053991-1) BB-B8774 RCA INT-1087
Every time she wobbles : she make my love came          Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
for a while Sometimes she makes me sneeze : sometimes   Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
makes me sneeze : sometimes she makes me cough Lord     Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
her be Every time she makes a spread : a                Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 Co C-30034
her be Every time she makes a spread : ooo              Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 His HLP-31
But when she wiggles : she makes a panther squall       Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
calls me : you know she makes me mad But                Roland, Walter; Big Mama; New York, 2 Aug. 1934; (15520-2) Ba-33282 RBF RF-12
down with her man  She makes me coffee : throws         Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); Greyhound Blues; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90199-A) Ch-50053 Rt RL-334
friend loved my man She may have loved him              Bogan, Lucille; Man Stealer Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1935; (16997-2) ARC-35-09-13 Rt RL-317
serve to the one she may will She got                   James, Jesse; Sweet Patuni; Chicago, 3 June 1936; (90760- ) De unissued Yz L-1028
almost killed me dead She may be home with              Pullum, Joe; Black Gal What Makes Your Head So Hard???-- No. 2; San Antonio, 3 Apr. 1934; (82786-?) BB-B5592 Rt RL-327
wants every downtown man she meet She's a no-good       Johnson, Robert; I Believe I'll Dust My Broom; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2581-1) ARC-7-04-81 Co C-30034;
and bumming : every man she meet    Now you got         Pickett, Charlie; Crazy 'Bout My Black Gal; New York, 2 Aug. 1937; (62467-A) De-7762 Rt RL-310
line : for every man she meets To let her               Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
every lowdown dirty man she meets That little woman     McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
she's begging : every man she meets    I'm going to     McCoy, Joe; You Got to Move-Part 1; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9380- ) De-7038 BC-1
every brownskin old man she meets Says I told           Newbern, Hambone Willie; Hambone Willie's Dreamy-Eyed Woman's Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402305-B) OK-8693 OJL-17
with every lowdown rascal she meets  You got that       Wheatstraw, Peetie; Low Down Rascal; New York, 18 Feb. 1936; (60507-A) De-7200 Say SDR-192
realized the trouble : since she met another man    I   Jones, Little Hat; Bye Bye Baby Blues; San Antonio, 14 June 1930; (404198-B) OK-8815 Yz L-1004
every place I go She met me this morning                Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
this morning : my wife she met me at the                Lincoln, Charley; My Wife Drove Me From the Door; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145106-1) Co-14305-D RBF RF-202
said to every man she met Mr change a                   Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
ain't no telling : what she might do Now she            Bracey, Ishman; Saturday Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41842-1) Vi-21349 OJL-8
she might do Now she might cut you : and                Bracey, Ishman; Saturday Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41842-1) Vi-21349 OJL-8
might cut you : and she might shoot you too             Bracey, Ishman; Saturday Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41842-1) Vi-21349 OJL-8
girl catch you here She might shoot you : may           Hurt, Mississippi John; Ain't No Tellin'; New York, 21 Dec. 1928; (401471-A) OK-8759 Bio BLP-C4
'Tain't no telling : what she might do I'm up           Hurt, Mississippi John; Ain't No Tellin'; New York, 21 Dec. 1928; (401471-A) OK-8759 Bio BLP-C4
and evil : I'm scared she might poison poor me          Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
is evil : I guess she might poison me  Some             Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Turpentine Blues; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40322-2) Vi-21134 Yz L-1008
ooo well well and she might let him ride                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Take a Chance; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1352-1) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
gal every day  Because she might walk out on            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Take a Chance; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1352-1) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
I love Oh because she mistreat me : she mistreat        Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
because she mistreat me : she mistreat me both night    Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
night and day Oh she mistreat the poor man              Townsend, Henry; Mistreated Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403301-A) Co-14491-D) yz L-1030
Don't nobody know : how she mistreated me Lord I        Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
name  Now Miss Louisa she mistreated me : and she       Williamson, Sonny Boy; Miss Louisa Blues; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020114- ) BB-B7576 RBF RF-14
had an evil-hearted woman : she mistreated me all the   Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
night and day Lord she mistreats the poor man           Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
all the time Oh she mix up her jelly                    Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
it all together : then she mix it in her                Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
Bob Lee boat when she moaned    When your way           Patton, Charley; Hammer Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-47-2) Pm-12998 Yz L-1020
wild cow moan  If she moans so lonesome : I'm           Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
a doggone crime Now she must have been : her            Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
The woman I love : she must be out of                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Easy Rider Blues; Chicago, c. Apr. 1927; (4423-2) Pm-12474 Mil MLP-2004
right I believe she's, she must have found something    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Pneumonia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15669) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
her in West Selma : she must be in East                 Johnson, Robert; I Believe I'll Dust My Broom; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2581-1) ARC-7-04-81 Co C-30034;
her on Philippines Island : she must be in Ethiopia     Johnson, Robert; I Believe I'll Dust My Broom; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2581-1) ARC-7-04-81 Co C-30034;
Now buddy : you know she must be a peach                Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Got a Letter from My Darlin'; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64731- ) Vi-23267 Rt RL-337
the way she's raving : she must have gone and           Smith, Bessie; Empty Bed Blues-Part; New York, 20 Mar. 1928; (14578?-?) Co-14312-D Co CL-858
love my baby : but she, my baby don't love              Carr, Leroy; Hurry Down Sunshine; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-4-3) Vo-02741 Co C-30496
rolling : because she swear she nearly dead Jellyroll jellyroll Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
to her : she'll swear she nearly dead Ever been         Torey, George; Married Woman Blues; Birmingham, Ala., 2 Apr. 1937; (B-64-2) ARC-7-08-57 Yz L-1002
workingman could save  Ah she nearly caused poor me     Wheatstraw, Peetie; False Hearted Woman; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90963-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
get musty : you know she needs to bathe I've            Alexander, Texas; Ninety-Eight Degree Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402640-A) OK-8705 Yz L-1004
that she tell me she needs But she will                 McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
friend passed me : and she never said a word            Bailey, Kid; Mississippi Bottom Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (M-209/10) Br-7114 OJL-5
said all right But she never showed up : at             Brown, Willie; M and O Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-413-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
big as a bull She never stops drinking : till           Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants to Knock a Jug; Chicago, c. 20 Jan. 1931; (C-7223-A) Vo-1651 Yz L-1036
roll me every night She never like to roll              Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
cook your breakfast : but she never did    Now I'd      Estes, Sleepy John; Watcha Doin'; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59967- ) Vi-V38628 Rt RL-323
see my name : if she never see me no                    Jones, Bo; Back Door Blues; Dallas, c. Nov. 1929; (DAL-460- ) Vo-1452 Rt RL-327
left me this morning : she never said a word            Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
she's my sweet woman : she on Highway Forty-Nine     I  Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
The woman I love : she only sixteen years of            Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
Now the Sixty-One Highway : she only runs right by      Pickett, Charlie; Down the Highway; New York, 3 Aug. 1937; (62488-A) De-7707 RBF RF-202
about my black gal : she ought to be a                  Pickett, Charlie; Crazy 'Bout My Black Gal; New York, 2 Aug. 1937; (62467-A) De-7762 Rt RL-310
again I think Lord : she ought to be buried             Reed, Willie; Dreaming Blues; Dallas, 8 Dec. 1928; (147600-2) Co-14407-D Yz L-1004
away  Seems like now she ought to have it               Wheatstraw, Peetie; The Rising Sun Blues; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1935; (C-921-A) Vo-03066 Say SDR-191
loved my baby : till she packed her trunk to            Barefoot Bill; One More Time; Atlanta, 20 Apr. 1930; (150305-1) Co-14561-D Rt RL-325
I turned my back : she packed her clothes on            Lofton, Willie; My Mean Baby Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9387-A) De-7076 Rt RL-314
in my baby's door She packed her trunk this             Ranger, Jack; T. P. Window Blues; San Antonio, 28 June 1929; (402768) OK-8785 Rt RL-315
watch her boy : as she pass by Because the              Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
I will : mmm as she pass away  Up a-yonder              Wilkins, Robert; I'll Go With Her Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-743- ) Br-7158 OJL-11
her off my mind She passed me up : says                 Blake, Blind; Police Dog Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15463) Pm-12888 Yz L-1012
very small Then when she pay up her house               Estes, Sleepy John; Fire Department Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63650-A) De-7571 Sw S-1220
cotton-picking woman : I swear she pick cotton all the  Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
to lose you mind She picked so much cotton              Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
her shimmy : to who she please    Take your time        Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
her stuff : to who she please    Mama here come         Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
and danced with who she pleased  Now look a-here        Williamson, Sonny Boy; Susie-Q ; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030850-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
fireman ring his bell She poked her head out            Shade, Will; Mary Anna Cut Off; Chicago, 6 Nov. 1934; (C-780-2) OK-8960 Jo SM-3104
in my bed Now she powdered her face : Lord              Washboard Sam; Diggin' My Potatoes; Chicago, 15 May 1939; (034797- ) BB-B8211 BC-10
I could Well now she proved to me : ooo                 Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
you ain't never seen She pulled off her slipper         Newbern, Hambone Willie; Nobody Knows; Atlanta, 13 Mar. 1929; (402296-B) OK-8679 Rt RL-307
got into bed When she pulled off her dress              Washboard Sam; Out with the Wrong Woman; Chicago, 21 Dec. 1936; (01883- ) BB-B6794 BC-10
can buy her twice She pulls her dress : up              Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
of that And when she put on full steam                  Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
to me one day She put me out and                        Carr, Leroy; Broken-Hearted Man; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16425-1) Vo unissued Bio BLP-C9
carried me too fast She put castor oil, black           Davis, Walter; Ashes in My Whiskey; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96237-1) BB-B6201 RCA INT-1085
all this summer : but she put me out this               Dickson, Tom; Death Bell Blues; Memphis, 27 Feb. 1928; (400355-B) OK-8590 Yz L-1002
your woman : and if she put that thing on               Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
that thing on you She put that thing on                 Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
believe to my soul : she put that thing on              Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
good girl jumping down She put carbolic in my           Lewis, Furry; Big Chief Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct.  1927; (   ) Vo-1133 Yz L-1002
going to do : when she put the dog on                   McCoy, Joe; What You Gonna Do; Chicago, 2 July 1936; (90782-A) De-7205 AH-77
gal went to bed She put a pistol : under                Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Move that Thing; Memphis, 28 Nov. 1930; (64740-2) Vi-23274 Rt RL-323
just what she say  She put a block and                  Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
when my bluebird left : she put a note up               Williamson, Sonny Boy; Blue Bird Blues-Part 1; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030851-1) BB-B7979 RCA INT-1088
up my bed And she puts straw in your                    Batts, Will; Country Woman; New York, 1 Aug. 1933; (13718-1) Vo-02531 Rt RL-329
that thing on you : she puts it on you                  Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
up before day : and she puts that thing on              Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
through Says my woman she quit me : keep me             Fuller, Blind Boy; Good Feeling Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26616-A) OK-06231 BC-11
Cherry ball quit me : she quit me in a                  James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
mean the woman if she quit me : it's going              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
took my appetite And she quit me she left               Stokes, Frank; What's the Matter Blues; Memphis, 1 Feb. 1928; (41826-1) Vi-V38531 Yz L-1002
now my little girl she quit me : mama now               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Ain't It a Pity and a Shame; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6488-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
understand But I know she realized the trouble : since  Jones, Little Hat; Bye Bye Baby Blues; San Antonio, 14 June 1930; (404198-B) OK-8815 Yz L-1004
she can quit me : she really have lost her              Blake, Blind; Search Warrant Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20871-3) Pm-12737 Bio BLP-12023
hand on her : boy she really get on me                  Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Hitch Me to Your Buggy and Drive Me Like a Mule; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40323-2) Vi-21134 OJL-21
I was working people : she really had her sway          Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
well well I mean she really had got a                   Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
been done before  But she really made me like           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
the whole night long She received that message : that   Thompson, Edward; Seven Sister Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2413) Pm-12873 Yz L-1006
where we was living : she reel and rock but             Johnson, Lonnie; St. Louis Cyclone Blues; New York, 3 Oct. 1927; (81503-B) OK-8512 CC-30
mind When she walks : she reels and rocks behind        Fuller, Blind Boy; Good Feeling Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26616-A) OK-06231 BC-11
love the ocean life She ride top and bottom             Daniels, Julius; My Mama Was a Sailor; Atlanta, 19 Feb. 1927; (37931-2) Vi-20658 Rt RL-326
sign Lord the train she ride : you marked up            Ledbetter, Huddie; Shorty George; New York, 5 Feb. 1935; (16814-2) ARC unissued Bio BLP-12013
train she seen  Say she ride she ride : till            Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
seen  Say she ride she ride : till the blues            Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
even left me : says she riding that Cannonball Mmm      McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
an old airship : but she riding just the same           Thomas, Henry; Charmin' Betsy; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4621- ) Vo-1468 Rt RL-315
low and she squatty : she right down on the             Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
left me good people : she rode that L and               Davis, Walter; L and N Blues; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76802-1) BB-B5143 RCA INT-1085
find my baby : because she rode that B and              McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
the gal I love : she rode that B and                    McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
to roll my dough She roll me every morning              Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
roll me every morning : she roll me every night         Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
to roll me : unless she roll me just right              Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
or either too low She roll it good and                  Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
that jellyroll so much She roll it for Uncle            Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
a woman I love : she rolled all over the                Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
mix up her jelly : she rolls it over slow               Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
she calls my name  She rolls and she tumbles            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sick Bed Blues; Chicago, 2 Nov. 1937; (91317-A) De-7403 Say SDR-192
sweet to me When she rub my head : she                  Bracey, Ishman; Pay Me No Mind; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-242-2) Pm-13038 Yz L-1007
my fever rise When she rub my ??? : she's               Bracey, Ishman; Pay Me No Mind; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-242-2) Pm-13038 Yz L-1007
she go to rub : she rub so mean I                       McCoy, Joe; My Wash Woman's Gone; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-110-A) Vo-1668 Yz L-1026
cradle : and I declare she rules her home Many          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Crawlin' Baby Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15671) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
I had a gal : she run a java shop                       Shade, Will; She Done Sold It Out; Chicago, 7 Nov. 1934; (C-800-1) OK-8963 RBF RF-6
now now why did she run away     I don't                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Ain't It a Pity and a Shame; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6488-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
She grab her daddy : she run anywhere  I had            Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); Greyhound Blues; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90199-A) Ch-50053 Rt RL-334
me back once more She said you ain't got                Arnold, Kokomo; I'll Be Up Some Day; New York, 18 Feb. 1936; (60515- ) De-7172 Say SDR-163
sweet Annie : not until she said goodbye Hey Lord       Arnold, Kokomo; My Well Is Dry; New York, 11 May 1938; (63748-A) De-7540 CC-25
about sixteen years old She said Bill stop drinking     Big Bill (Broonzy); Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96232-1) BB B6230 Yz L-1011
had been all night She said what you car                Big Bill (Broonzy); I've Got to Dig You; Chicago, 17 Apr. 1940; (WC-3034-A) Vo-05563 RBF RF-16
about it : Lord and she said all right But              Brown, Willie; M and O Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-413-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
ask her about it : she said before long Let's           Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants to Knock a Jug; Chicago, c. 20 Jan. 1931; (C-7223-A) Vo-1651 Yz L-1036
got nowhere to go She said she liked my                 Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
to feed me some She said wait : until my                Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
to give me some She said wait : until my                Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
to squeeze me some She said wait : until my             Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
to kiss me some She said wait : until my                Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
to love me some She said wait : until my                Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
that was a fact She said man if you                     Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
to my last dime : she said darling I know               Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
anything if she like She said daddy I'll keep           Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
have one more dime She said daddy buy me                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
did my baby go She said she left for                    Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Empty Room Blues; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053593-1) BB-B8615 RCA-730.581
off in a trance She said it's nothing that              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Empty Room Blues; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053593-1) BB-B8615 RCA-730.581
lead a doggone mule She said son have good              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Me, Myself, and I; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (064004-1) BB-B8784 RCA-730.581
is just for three She said daddy who is                 Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Me, Myself, and I; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (064004-1) BB-B8784 RCA-730.581
drink : this is what she said I don't have              Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; It's a Fight Like That; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4630- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
he would not wait She said money don't excite           Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; Boodle-De-Bum Bum; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4631- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
doctoring on a woman : she said Lord I can't            Davis, Walter; Root Man Blues; Chicago, 28 July 1935; (91430-1) BB-B6040 RCA INT-1085
me be her kid She said I might go                       Estes, Sleepy John; Milk Cow Blues; Memphis, 13 May 1930; (59918- ) Vi-V38614 RBF RF-202
me be her kid She said she's afraid she'd               Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
is that your friend She said now don't you              Gillum, Bill Jazz; One Letter Home; Chicago, 5 Dec. 1941; (070443- ) BB-B8943 RCA INT-1177
to do Just because she said I was strange               Hannah, George; Freakish Man Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Oct. 1930; (L-562-1) Pm-13024 Mil MLP-2018
knocked on her door She said is that you                Henry, Hound Head; Low Down Hound Blues; Chicago, 17 Oct. 1928; (C-2451- ) Vo-1288 His HLP-2
door What you reckon she said : you're not obliged      Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Poor Boy a Long Ways from Home; New York, 16 June 1927; (144281-2) Co-14246-D Rt RL-326
Miss Lynn you see She said a brownskin man              Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Chocolate to the Bone; Atlanta, 13 Apr. 1928; (146054-?) Co-14331-D CC-36
was side by side She said daddy : I would               Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Freeze to Me Mama; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149345-2) Co-14507-D CC-36
four barrels of gin She said the headknots at           Jackson, Papa Charlie; Coffee Pot Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1925; (10043-?) Pm-12264 Yz L-1029
myself a good gal : she said she was fifty-one          Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; It's Heated; Chicago, 11 June 1929; (C-3585- ) Vo-1539 Yz L-1039
did she love me : she said Lemon I don't                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dry Southern Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2475-1) Pm-12347 Bio BLP-12000
sugar for fifty cents : she said Lemon ain't a          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Black Snake Moan; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3067-2) Pm-12407 Mil MLP-2013
baby for fifty cents : she said Lemon ain't a           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Black Snake Moan; Chicago, 14 Mar. 1927; (80523-B) OK-8455 Fwy FJ-2802
to stop her : and she said that baby ain't              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Crawlin' Baby Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15671) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
wife what was that She said don't be so                 Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Cat Man Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15673) Pm-12921 Bio BLP-12015
and this is what she said I told her                    Johnson, Alec; Next Week Sometime; Atlanta, 2 Nov. 1928; (147382-2) Co-14416-D CC-3
in the doorway crying She said daddy you've got         Johnson, Lem; Candy Blues; New York, 19 May 1942; (70761-A) De-7895 Br-87.504
until I get satisfied She said you knows the            Johnson, Robert; Me and the Devil Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-398-2) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
all to myself Lord she said she didn't love             Jones, Elijah; Katy Fly; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020120-1) BB-B7616 RCA INT-1175
you stay last night She said ain't none of              McClennan, Tommy; My Baby's Doggin' Me; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044991- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
down on her steps She said walk on in                   McClennan, Tommy; Deep Blue Sea Blues; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064889- ) BB-B9005 Rt RL-313
in the drizzling rain She said daddy I'll follow        Moore, Whistlin' Alex; West Texas Woman; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149531-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
no place to eat She said I care for                     Moore, Whistlin' Alex; West Texas Woman; Dallas, 5 Dec. 1929; (149531-2) Co-14496-D His HLP-32
these are the words : she said to every man             Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
these is the words she said Said big boy                Newbern, Hambone Willie; Hambone Willie's Dreamy-Eyed Woman's Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402305-B) OK-8693 OJL-17
you want to go She said ain't nothing I                 Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
night mama : oh well she said now black man             Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
heavy on my mind She said your man was                  Rainey, Ma Gertrude; Four Day Honory Scat; Chicago, c. Aug. 1925; (2213-1) Pm-12303 Mil MLP-2001
about half past eight She said she'd be there           Roland, Walter; Early in the Morning No. 2; New York, 31 July 1934; (15495-2) Ba-33343 Yz L-1017
with a long-handled spoon She said son if you           Shade, Will; Feed Your Friend with a Long Handled Spoon; Memphis, 27 Sept. 1929; (55598-1) Vi-V38578 Rt RL-311
don't believe a word she said : she's the lyingest      Smith, Bessie; Do Your Duty; New York, 24 Nov. 1933; (152577-2) OK-8945 Co CL-856
send me a telegram She said daddy the reason            Sykes, Roosevelt; Skeet and Garret; Chicago, 16 Nov. 1929; (403312-A) OK-8749 Yz L-1033
she come home Christmas : she said go see old           Turner, Buck; Christmas Time Blues; Chicago, 15 Feb. 1937; (61793-A) De-7387 Rt RL-327
baby for fifty cents : she said honey ain't a           Washington, Louis; Black Snake Blues; New York, 24 Jan. 1934; (14676-1) Ba-33058 Rt RL-313
evil have I done  She said she had gone                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; The Rising Sun Blues; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1935; (C-921-A) Vo-03066 Say SDR-191
was in my arms  She said daddy I don't                  Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
up on the phone  She said daddy daddy : I               White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
to bed and moan  She said I ain't had                   White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
you been gone  Well she said I'm tired : daddy          White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
my best friend groan  She said I declare if             White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
I feel just like : she said her last goodbye            Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
didn't hear a word she said  Now moonshine will         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Moonshine; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020113-1) BB-B7603 RCA LPV-518
me in my car  She said Sonny Boy I'm                    Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shannon Street Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020847-1) BB-B7847 RCA INT-1088
in my door  Now she said I'm going to                   Williamson, Sonny Boy; Blue Bird Blues-Part 1; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030851-1) BB-B7979 RCA INT-1088
so wild  Well then she said I'm scared that             Williamson, Sonny Boy; The Right Kind of Life; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030855-1) BB-B8034 RCA INT-1088
the blues  Now and she said she just walking            Williamson, Sonny Boy; Rainy Day Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030857-1) BB-B8094 RCA INT-1088
Well now my mother she said one thing : you             Williamson, Sonny Boy; T. B. Blues; Chicago, 21 July 1939; (040532- ) BB-B8333 BC-20
got my grandfather told  She said get away from         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shotgun Blues; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064023- ) BB-B8731 BC-3
me one sunny day  She said I love you                   Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
my mother : Lord what she say Lord I would              Big Bill (Broonzy); When I Had Money; Chicago, 17 Apr. 1940; (WC-3036-A) Vo-05563 RBF RF-16;
she shake her strike She say run into me                Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
like a sugar lump She say want to pum-pitty             Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
how can it be She say go away from                      Davis, Walter; Root Man Blues; Chicago, 28 July 1935; (91430-1) BB-B6040 RCA INT-1085
and squeezing : I thought she say son you just          Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; It's Heated; Chicago, 11 June 1929; (C-3585- ) Vo-1539 Yz L-1039
me be her kid She say you might get                     Jordan, Charley; Big Four Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5837- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
me be her kid She say you might get                     Jordan, Charley; You Run and Tell Your Daddy; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-143- ) Vo-1611 Yz L-1003
she won't do nothing she say What do you                McTell, Blind Willie; Love-Changing Blues; Atlanta, 29 Nov. 1929; (56635-1) Vi-V38580 Yz L-1005
going to do like she say Going to cook                  Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
the Gypsy next door She say you can get                 Rainey, Ma Gertrude; Southern Blues; Chicago, Dec. 1923; (1612-2) Pm-12083 BYG-529.078
woman : won't do nothing she say What you want          Rhodes, Walter; The Crowing Rooster; Memphis, 10 Dec. 1927; (145358-2) Co-14289-D Rt RL-334
me when you could She say I go early                    Roland, Walter; Early in the Morning No. 2; New York, 31 July 1934; (15495-2) Ba-33343 Yz L-1017
is your husband at She say I don't know                 Shade, Will; I Can Beat You Plenty; Memphis, 27 Sept. 1929; (55599- ) Vi-V38586 Rt RL-337
get my fortune told She say you in hard                 Smith, Bessie; Baby Doll; New York, 4 May 1926; (142147-2) Co-14147-D Co CL-857
must do just what she say  She put a                    Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
wanted a V-Eight Ford  She say she wanted something     Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
good at all  Now she say you don't make                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; Shannon Street Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020847-1) BB-B7847 RCA INT-1088
don't know  Well now she say she love me                Williamson, Sonny Boy; Goodbye Red; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030854-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
in my back yard  She say I take care                    Williamson, Sonny Boy; Welfare Store Blues; Chicago, 17 May 1940; (053001- ) BB-B8610 BC-3
got to walk away She says I don't mind                  Arnold, Kokomo; Midnight Blues; New York, 11 May 1938; (63750-A) De-7510 Say SDR-163
have my fortune told She says young man you             Johnson, Alec; Next Week Sometime; Atlanta, 2 Nov. 1928; (147382-2) Co-14416-D CC-3
a married woman : but she says she likes me             Lincoln, Charley; Hard Luck Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145104-2) Co-14272-D His HLP-4
on my baby door She says come in loving                 Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Streamline Train; probably Chicago, c. 1936 -1938; (   ) private record Yz L-1025
that B and O She says daddy I'm leaving                 McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
is your husband at She says I don't know                Shade, Will; On the Road Again; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47011-1) Vi-V38015 OJL-19
She takes a drink : she says it will not                Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
pulled off her dress : she says daddy cover up          Washboard Sam; Out with the Wrong Woman; Chicago, 21 Dec. 1936; (01883- ) BB-B6794 BC-10
clown and fight  When she says she want loving          Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Take a Chance; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1352-1) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
Oh now my mother she says one thing : my                Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
me awhile  Now when she says something contrary : now   Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
she want everything that she see Last time I            Thomas, Henry; Charmin' Betsy; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4621- ) Vo-1468 Rt RL-315
only woman I love She seen me with a                    Carr, Leroy; My Woman's Gone Wrong; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15626-1) Vo-02950 Co C-30496
a little run When she seen my man : she                 Johnson, Lil; Never Let Your Left Hand Know What Your Right Hand Do; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1929; (C-3355- ) Vo-1299 His HLP-2
caught the longest train she seen  Say she ride         Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
She got good jelly : she sells it hot I                 Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
to sell stuff : and she sells it still    It'll         Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
my baby a letter : she send me a telegram               Sykes, Roosevelt; Skeet and Garret; Chicago, 16 Nov. 1929; (403312-A) OK-8749 Yz L-1033
satisfied And the way she serves her gravy : man        Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
you'd be surprised Say she serves me in the             Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
me in the morning : she serves me late at               Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
night Said and everything she serves me : she serves    Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
everything she serves me : she serves it to me          Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
ask my rider : would she set my trunk outdoors          Dickson, Tom; Death Bell Blues; Memphis, 27 Feb. 1928; (400355-B) OK-8590 Yz L-1002
her rumble : just like she shake her strike She         Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
bones And every time she shake it : Lord a              Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
up above her knees She shakes her shimmy : to           Collins, Sam; New Salty Dog; New York, 8 Oct. 1931; (10837-1) Ba-32311 OJL-10
the bone Every time she shakes them : poor man's        McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
jinx on me Well she shakes it like the                  McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
throw away his knife She shakes all over : when         Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
her bones Every time she shimmies : a skinny woman      Martin, Sara; Blind Man Blues; New York, c. 1 Aug. 1923; (71711-B) OK-8090 Sw S-1240
Every time she smiles : she shine her light on          Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
Every time she smiles : she shines her light on         Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Shuckin' Sugar; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3077-2) Pm-12454 Mil MLP-2007
my rolling like you She shook me this morning           Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
rolling must go on She shook me again : at              Chatman, Bo; Rolling Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99237-1) BB-B6373 Yz L-1034
the name of Marylou She shook it so much                Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
didn't need no bail She shook it for the                Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
baby's a crapshooter : and she shoots them like a       Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
her mother's only child She should be a gorilla         Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
sly as a fox She should be in a                         Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
it at home Oh she showed a lot of                       Butler, Sam; Jefferson County Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (   ) Vo-1057 Yz L-1016
couldn't be satisfied Then she showed me a ticket       Jordan, Luke; My Gal's Done Quit Me; New York, 18 Nov. 1929; (57703-1) Vi-V38564 Rt RL-318
let her be Before she sics : her police dog             Blake, Blind; Police Dog Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15463) Pm-12888 Yz L-1012
she's long and tall She sits up there : from            unknown artist (Memphis Jug Band); Sugar Pudding; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47009-1) Vi-21740 Rt RL-337
myself And my gal she skipped : guess she got           McTell, Blind Willie; Death Cell Blues; New York, 19 Sept. 1933; (14049-1) Vo-02577 RBF RF-15
down in Polack Town She slashing and she twisting       Jordan, Charley; I Couldn't Stay Here; New York, 10 Apr. 1936; (18980- ) ARC-6-09-61 Yz L-1021
about five feet tall She sleeps in the kitchen          Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; Callin' Corrine; New York, 19 May 1939; (65608-A) De-7619 AH-158
she's long and tall She sleeps in the kitchen           Johnson, Robert; They're Red Hot; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2627-1) ARC-7-07-57 Co C-30034
off : on automobile rides She sleeps late every morning Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Hard to Rule Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20335-3) Pm-12670 Bio BLP-12004
watch my baby while she sleeps  Going to keep           Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Hitch Me to Your Buggy and Drive Me Like a Mule; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40323-2) Vi-21134 OJL-21
told her to wait She slipped away from me               Arnold, Kokomo; The Twelves; Chicago, 18 Jan. 1935; (C-9671-A) De-7083 Say SDR-163
close up on her : she smells just like a                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
the sea Every time she smiles : she throws that         Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
the sea Every time she smiles : she throws that         Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
hair Now every time she smiles Lord : kindness everywhere Bracey, Ishman; Woman Woman Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-239-2) Pm-12970 OJL-2
and she lightning when she smiles Five feet and         Brown, Willie; Future Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-418-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
of me Every time she smiles : she shines her            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Shuckin' Sugar; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3077-2) Pm-12454 Mil MLP-2007
sea And every time she smiles : she throws her          Lasky, Louie; How You Want Your Rollin' Done; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-915-C) Vo-02955 Her H-201
the sea Every time she smiles : she shine her           Lewis, Furry; Black Gypsy Blues; Memphis, 22 Sept. 1929; (M-185- ) Vo-1547 Yz L-1008
gold And every time she smiles : Lord it makes          Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
whole doggone crew Yes she smokes the cigarettes : throws Jackson, Papa Charlie; Ash Tray Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20604-2) Pm-12660 Bio BLP-12042
reason I say so : she so sweet to me                    Bracey, Ishman; Pay Me No Mind; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-242-2) Pm-13038 Yz L-1007
big fat mama said She so big and fat                    Harrison, Smoky; Hop Head Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Dec. 1929; (L-79-1) Pm-12920 Rt RL-340
care where she goes She sobbed when she told            Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
had a crowd And she sold more whiskey : than            Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
to go her bail She sold some corn : and                 Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
sold some corn : and she sold some gin She              Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
she sold some gin She sold it to the                    Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
to the women : and she sold it to the                   Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
they begin to pout She sold all their meat              Shade, Will; She Done Sold It Out; Chicago, 7 Nov. 1934; (C-800-1) OK-8963 RBF RF-6
jo jo jo Said she sound so loo : sound                  King David; What's That Tastes Like Gravy; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404664-A) OK-8913 RBF RF-6
like what she ain't She spends it : so they             Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
I spent her money : she spent mine She used             Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
my dollars : just like she spent my dimes That's        Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
run you insane Well she spent all my money              McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
her something to eat She spent a dime for               Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
Lord she low and she squatty : but she's all            Big Bill (Broonzy); How You Want It Done; New York, 29 Mar. 1932; (11611-2) Ba-32436 Yz L-1011
Now she low and she squatty : she right down            Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
the whole way down She squawk about my supper           Jordan, Luke; Church Bells Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39819-2) Vi-21076 RBF RF-9
Dinner got on : and she squeezed me some Now            Chatman, Bo; Dinner Blues; New Orleans, 20 Feb. 1936; (99242-1) BB-B6407 Yz L-1014
do her stuff And she squeezing so tight : holler        Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
a long tall mama : she stands about seven feet          Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
your time Oh when she start to loving : she             Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
her own And when she start to kissing : make            Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
blue goose cheese When she start shaking : it's long    Bunn, Teddy; Pattin' Dat Cat; New York, 7 Apr. 1930; (59740-1) Vi-V38592 His HLP-5
ride the blinds And she start picking up man            Memphis Minnie; Chickasaw Train Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9382- ) De-7019 Cor CP-58
woman no mind And she start picking up men              Memphis Minnie; Chickasaw Train Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9382- ) De-7019 Cor CP-58
to act lowdown Yeah she start drinking moonshine : and  Washboard Sam; Low Down Woman; Aurora, Ill., 4 May 1937; (07618- ) BB-B7048 BC-10
then what hurt me : she started pulling off her         Gillum, Bill Jazz; Keyhole Blues; Chicago, 17 May 1939; (034813- ) BB-B8221 RCA INT-1177
said she was fifty-one She started to loving and        Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; It's Heated; Chicago, 11 June 1929; (C-3585- ) Vo-1539 Yz L-1039
for the crossing : then she started to fly I            Patton, Charley; Heart Like Railroad Steel; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-50-1) Pm-12953 Her H-201
seen my baby's face She started me to loving            Petties, Arthur; Out on Santa Fe-Blues; Memphis, 14 Feb. 1928; (41907-2) Vi-21282 Rt RL-314
to see her : when she starting me off Last              Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
up in the morning : she starts to drink her             Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
as a squirrel When she starts to loving : man           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
a crook Lord when she starts to loving : man            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
and tall Lord when she starts to loving : I             Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
lights are low When she starts to kiss me               Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
mind Some no-good woman : she starts breaking down Now  Johnson, Robert; Stop Breakin' Down Blues; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-399-1) Vo-04002 Co C-30034
girl I love : Lord she stay right in Memphis            Richardson, Mooch; T and T Blues; Memphis, 13 Feb. 1928; (400213-B) OK-8554 Mam S-3803
wondered now why don't she stay away  Seems like        Wheatstraw, Peetie; The Rising Sun Blues; Chicago, 25 Mar. 1935; (C-921-A) Vo-03066 Say SDR-191
Got a little girl : she stays upstairs Try to           Fuller, Blind Boy; Step It Up and Go; New York, 5 Mar. 1940; (26592-A) Vo-05476 BC-11
my woman's so black : she stays apart of this           House, Son; My Black Mama-Part 2; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-409-2) Pm-13042 OJL-2
good-looking woman now : but she stays out all night    McClennan, Tommy; Katy Mae Blues; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053739-1) BB-B8689 Rt RL-305
it's just too tight She stays out : all night           Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
and find me gone She stays out : both day               Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
like a man Because she steals a woman sweet             Hull, Papa Harvey; Don't You Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12692) Ge-6106 OJL-8
that's : my loving Sal She stepped out : I could        Blake, Blind; Low Down Loving Gal; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20887-5) Pm-12695 Bio BLP-12003
the best in town She steps so fast : and                Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
steps so fast : and she steps so light Find             Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
mighty bad weather : boys she stole away from me        Stokes, Frank; Nehi Mama Blues; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45421-2) Vi-21738 Rt RL-308
she do just fine She stood on the corner                Bell, Ed; Mamlish Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4816-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
can follow her anywhere She stood on the corner         Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
rheumatism : in her feet She stooped over : to pick     Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas; Chicago, c. 16 May 1929; (C-3485- ) Vo-1277 Yz L-1039
later : preacher came in  She stopped rolling with me   Wilson, Kid Wesley (Leola B. Wilson); The Gin Done Done It; New York, 5 Sept. 1929; (148977-?) Co-14463-D His HLP-5
that Chickasaw Because everywhere she stops : she's stealing some Memphis Minnie; Chickasaw Train Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9382- ) De-7019 Cor CP-58
one good girl : and she strayed away I didn't           Virgial, Otto; Little Girl in Rome; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96240-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
taking you dogging    Boy she strictly tailor-made : boy she Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
get wild Every time she struggles : I swears it's       Kelly, Jack; Betty Sue Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-143-1) Vo unissued OJL-19
had never been born She struts around all day           Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
above her knee And she strutting her stuff : to         Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
She's a kind-hearted woman : she studies evil all the   Johnson, Robert; Kind Hearted Woman Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2580-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
kind-hearted mama, woman : but she studies evil all the Johnson, Robert; Kind Hearted Woman Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2580-2) ARC-7-03-56 Co C-30034
up in years But she sure knows how : how                Baker, Willie; Bad Luck Moan; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14892) Ge-6812 Rt RL-326
I know my baby : she sure going to jump                 Big Bill (Broonzy); The Banker's Blues; Richmond, Ind., 19 Nov. 1930; (17281) Ch-16327 Yz L-1011
she start to loving : she sure can do her               Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
them great big legs She sure looks good : because       Big Bill (Broonzy); Keep Your Hands Off Her; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96230-1) BB B6188 RBF RF-16
a no-good woman : and she sure don't mean me            Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
be a gorilla : because she sure is wild Got             Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
the woman I love : she sure was good to                 Clark, Lonnie; Down in Tennessee; Richmond, Ind., 21 Sept. 1929; (15661) Pm-12871 Rt RL-340
like the greyhound : and she sure could run And         Covington, Blind Bogus Ben; Boodle-De-Bum Bum; Chicago, c. 9 Oct. 1928; (C-4631- ) Br-7121 Rt RL-325
you don't love her : she sure ain't going to            Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
I got a gal : she sure is big and                       Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Yo-Yo Blues No. 2; Atlanta, 17 Apr. 1930; (150269-2) Co-14523-D CC-3
get tricky one time : she sure going to do              Johnson, Robert; Sweet Home Chicago; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2582- ) Vo-03601 OJL-17
The girl I love : she sure done put me                  Lewis, Furry; Why Don't You Come Home Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1134 Rt RL-333
the girl I'm loving : she sure done left this           Rachel, James Yank; T-Bone Steak Blues; Memphis, 2 Oct. 1929; (56336-2) Vi-V38595 Rt RL-310
Ain't so pretty : but she sure do dress fine            Walker, Willie; South Carolina Rag; Atlanta, 6 Dec. 1930; (151065- ) Co-14578-D OJL-18
she do : well well she sure don't feel my               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Mama's Advice; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6487-A) Vo-1620 BC-4
mention about rolling : because she swear she nearly dead Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
You speak about loving : she swear she's almost dead    Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
don't want me nohow She swore that she loved            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Dynamite Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21096-1) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
be a few questions : she swore sure kill her            Mississippi Moaner (Isaiah Nettles); Mississippi Moan; Jackson, Miss., 20 Oct. 1935; (JAX-201-1) Vo-03166 Yz L-1009
no-good woman mistreat me : she taken all my money      Sykes, Roosevelt; All My Money Gone Blues; New York, 14 June 1929; (402452-A) OK-8727 Yz L-1033
good-looking : but I think she takes her time Said      Lewis, Furry; Good Looking Girl Blues; probably New York, c. late Oct. 1927; (   ) Vo-1132 Rt RL-329
way all the time She takes the blues away               Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
she give me four She takes it to town                   Stokes, Frank; Last Go Round; Chicago, c. Aug. 1927; (4777-1) Pm-12591 Bio BLP-12041
sister of the church She takes a drink : she            Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
to her bed Say she taking one bite : threw              King David; I Can Deal Worry; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404668-A) OK-8901 Rt RL-311
The girl I'm loving : she talk that old baby-talk       Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
rolled my baby : and she talked all out of              Harris, Otis; Waking Blues; Dallas, 8 Dec. 1928; (147608-1) Co-14428-D Fly LP-103
tell by the way she talks I don't want                  Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
little woman : everything that she tell me she needs    McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
to bed every night : she tells everything what's on     Hayes, Nap (T. C. Johnson Groups); Violin Blues; Memphis, 15 Feb. 1928; (400239-A) OK-8708 Rt RL-316
job can I find  She tells me that she                   Wheatstraw, Peetie; Remember and Forget Blues; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1351-2) Vo-03273 Say SDR-192
on my mind : people she the only woman I                Williamson, Sonny Boy; Number Five Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030848-1R) BB-B8010 RCA INT-1088
Sometimes I wonder : do she think of me And             Campbell, Gene; Wandering Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5701-A) Br-7170 His HLP-2
baby my baby : do she thinking of little old            Petway, Robert; Catfish Blues; Chicago, 28 Mar. 1941; (059476-1) BB-B8838 Yz L-1038
me so unkind If she thinks she can quit                 Blake, Blind; Search Warrant Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20871-3) Pm-12737 Bio BLP-12023
born in the country : she thinks I'm easy to            Brown, Richard Rabbit; James Alley Blues; New Orleans, 11 Mar. 1927; (38000-1) Vi-20578 Yz L-1032
all the time And she thinks soap and water              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
all the time And she thinks soap and water              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
all the time And she thinks soap and water              Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
get twelve years old : she thinks she's grown You       Roland, Walter; Early in the Morning No. 2; New York, 31 July 1934; (15495-2) Ba-33343 Yz L-1017
killed a chicken : and she thought it was a             Nelson, Romeo; Gettin' Dirty Just Shakin' that Thing; Chicago, 9 Oct. 1929; (C-4629- ) Vo-1447 OJL-15
Mama bought a rooster : she thought it was a            Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); The Duck Yas-Yas-Yas; Chicago, c. 16 May 1929; (C-3485- ) Vo-1277 Yz L-1039
little girl got buggy : she throwed all of my           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Hang My Clothes on No Barbed Wire Line; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6489-A) Vo-1649 Say SDR-191
Every time she smiles : she throws that light on        Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14668) Spt-9427 Yz L-1012
Every time she smiles : she throws that light on        Baker, Willie; Weak-Minded Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14896) Ge-6751 Her H-201
love me some When she throws her arms around            Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
to love me some She throws her arms around              Johnson, Billiken; Interurban Blues; Dallas, 3 Dec. 1927; (145323-2) Co-14293-D Rt RL-335
every time she smiles : she throws her loving light     Lasky, Louie; How You Want Your Rollin' Done; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-915-C) Vo-02955 Her H-201
that Harlem's back And she tied old Harlem : to         Byrd, John; Billy Goat Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-289-2) Pm-12997 Yz L-1001
singing these lonesome songs  She tired even her daddy  White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
goes She sobbed when she told me : I just               Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
man : surely will hypnotize She told me things : that   Chatman, Bo; The Ins and Outs of My Girl; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02614-1) BB-B7213 Yz L-1014
I Now my mother she told me : son just                  Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Me, Myself, and I; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (064004-1) BB-B8784 RCA-730.581
And here's the words she told me : I can't              Davis, Walter; Sad and Lonesome Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85481-1) BB-B5982 RCA INT-1175
close to my breast She told Jimmy that much             Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
some day My woman she told me : nineteen and            Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
got no mama now She told me late last                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Black Snake Moan; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3067-2) Pm-12407 Mil MLP-2013
got no mama now She told me late last                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Black Snake Moan; Chicago, 14 Mar. 1927; (80523-B) OK-8455 Fwy FJ-2802
she seen my man : she told him what I                   Johnson, Lil; Never Let Your Left Hand Know What Your Right Hand Do; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1929; (C-3355- ) Vo-1299 His HLP-2
babe that morning : and she told me that I              Jones, Little Hat; Corpus Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402701-B) OK-8735 Rt RL-315
got no mammy now She told me late last                  Ledbetter, Huddie; New Black Snake Moan; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16691-2) Ba-33360 Co C-30035
around my brown Because she told me : which a-way       Ledbetter, Huddie; Red River Blues; New York, 24 Jan. 1935; (16704- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
man Yes my mother she told me : my daddy                McCoy, Joe; Something Gonna Happen to You; Chicago, 1 Nov. 1935; (96262- ) BB-B6260 Yz L-1021;
my man My mama she told me : when I                     McTell, Blind Willie; Talking to Myself; Atlanta, 17 Apr. 1930; (150257-2) Co-14551-D Yz L-1005
give me some Said she told me to wait                   Shade, Will; I Can Beat You Plenty; Memphis, 27 Sept. 1929; (55599- ) Vi-V38586 Rt RL-337
Now the ticket agent she told me : when the             Spruell, Freddie; Way Back Down Home; Chicago, 17 Nov. 1926; (9909-A) OK-8422 Mam S-3802
me up this morning : she told me she's Joliet           Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
me Aunt Caroline Dyer she told me : son you             Stevens, Vol; Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues; Memphis, 29 May 1930; (62541- ) Vi-23347 Jo SM-3104
stuff Aunt Caroline Dyer she told me : son these        Stevens, Vol; Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues; Memphis, 29 May 1930; (62541- ) Vi-23347 Jo SM-3104
wait Oh my mama she told me : ain't been                Virgial, Otto; Bad Notion Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96241-1) BB-B6213 Mam S-3802
boy I don't believe she told me the truth               Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Hitch Me to Your Buggy and Drive Me Like a Mule; Atlanta, 20 Oct. 1927; (40323-2) Vi-21134 OJL-21
nobody else  Mama now she told me : ooo mmm             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Mama's Advice; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1930; (C-6487-A) Vo-1620 BC-4
have the crapshooting blues  She told me to always      Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
name is Miss Katy  She told me to come                  Williamson, Sonny Boy; Early in the Morning; Aurora, Ill., 11 Nov. 1937; (016524- ) BB-B7302 RCA INT-1175
close to my breast  She told that much of               Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
tell you people : what she told me one sunny            Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
the break of day  She told me daddy daddy               Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
break of day  Well she told me not to                   Woods, Oscar; Don't Sell It-Don't Give It Away; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60849- ) De-7219 Yz L-1032
train can haul  Now she told me not to                  Woods, Oscar; Don't Sell It-Don't Give It Away; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60849- ) De-7219 Yz L-1032
listen what I say  She told me not to                   Woods, Oscar; Don't Sell It-Don't Give It Away; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60849- ) De-7219 Yz L-1032
the break of day  She told me not to                    Woods, Oscar; Don't Sell It; San Antonio, 30 Oct. 1937; (SA-2845-1) Vo-03906 Yz L-1015
daughter got the fever : she toodle-oo too much Toodle-oo Newbern, Hambone Willie; She Could Toodle-Oo; Atlanta, 13 Mar. 1929; (402295-A) OK-8740 Rt RL-323
she heard    Black gal she took meth : gave my          Estes, Sleepy John; My Black Gal Blues; Memphis, 30 May 1930; (62548-2) Vi-23397 Rt RL-307
a little bit : and she took it all Me                   Fuller, Blind Boy; Step It Up and Go; New York, 5 Mar. 1940; (26592-A) Vo-05476 BC-11
The very next day : she took all he had                 Hurt, Mississippi John; Candy Man Blues; New York, 28 Dec. 1928; (401483-B) OK-8654 Bio BLP-C4
old train to ride She took my babe away                 Jordan, Charley; Big Four Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5837- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
hungry man of mine She took me over : to                Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
long tall woman : and she tooting out behind She        Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
is good to me  She tore up my troubles                  Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
But on every time she touches me : my mind              Nelson, Blue Coat Tom; Blue Coat Blues; Memphis, 17 Feb. 1928; (400258-B) OK-8838 Rt RL-316
love my baby : but she treat me so unkind               Blake, Blind; Search Warrant Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20871-3) Pm-12737 Bio BLP-12023
the woman I'm loving : she treat me like a              Bracey, Ishman; Leavin' Town Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45458-?) Vi-V38560(?) Rt RL-330
Well now the way she treat me : ooo well                Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
with your hide : and she treat it just like             Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Mistreatin' Woman Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02654-1) BB-B7178 CC-35
day nobody knows Lord she treat me like a               Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
a no-good faro : and she treat me just like             Stone, Joe; Back Door Blues; Chicago, 2 Aug. 1933; (76838- ) BB-B5169 Yz L-1030
killed my woman : because she treated me so unkind      Carr, Leroy; Take a Walk Around the Corner; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15604- ) Vo-02986 Co C-30496
Because the way that she treated me : every day         Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
me like a dog She treated me like a                     Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
girl that I love : she treats me like a                 Fox, John D.; The Moanin' Blues; Richmond, Ind., 15 Dec. 1927; (GEX-1019-A) Ge-6352 Rt RL-334
woman : but I swear she treats me mean Well             Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
than I love myself She treats me so cold                Johnson, Lonnie; It Ain't What You Usta Be; Chicago, 8 Nov. 1937; (91342-A) De-7427 Sw S-1225
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-1) ARC-7-05-81 Co C-30034
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-1) ARC-7-05-81 Co C-30034
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-1) ARC-7-05-81 Co C-30034
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-2) ARC-7-05-81 Co CL-1654
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-2) ARC-7-05-81 Co CL-1654
leave my baby : but she treats me so unkind             Johnson, Robert; Ramblin' On My Mind; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2583-2) ARC-7-05-81 Co CL-1654
that gal of mine She treats me right : and              Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
I love my woman : she treats me nice and                Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
to love me : now she treats me like a                   Red Nelson (Nelson Wilborn); Crying Mother Blues; Chicago, 4 Feb. 1936; (90597-A) De-7171 Br-87.504
now But the way she treats me : that's the              Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
walks it about And she treats me nice : around          Stokes, Frank; Last Go Round; Chicago, c. Aug. 1927; (4777-1) Pm-12591 Bio BLP-12041
a gal named Yola : she treats me nice and               Temple, Johnnie; New Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91248-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
the woman I love : she treats me any way                Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Jig Head Blues; Chicago, c. Nov. 1928; (21017-4) Pm-12708 Bio BLP-12004
mama's so evil : and she treats me so unkind            Wiggins, James Boodle It; Evil Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20379-2) Pm-12662 Mil MLP-2018
gal for a ride : she tried to get rough                 Baker, Willie; Mama, Don't Rush Me Blues; Memphis, c. 25 Sept. 1929; (14666) Ge-6766 His HLP-22
I'm easy to rule She tried to hitch me                  Brown, Richard Rabbit; James Alley Blues; New Orleans, 11 Mar. 1927; (38000-1) Vi-20578 Yz L-1032
I paid the rent She tried to make me                    Brown, Richard Rabbit; James Alley Blues; New Orleans, 11 Mar. 1927; (38000-1) Vi-20578 Yz L-1032
one cold rainy day She tried to make me                 Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
woman gets the blues : she try to put her               Chatman, Bo; Tellin' You 'Bout It; San Antonio, 26 Mar. 1934; (82616-1) BB-B5629 Yz L-1014
my good gal : when she try and pass me                  Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Peaches in the Springtime; Memphis, 13 Feb. 1928; (41890-2) Vi-21657 Rt RL-311
got a mojo : believe she trying to keep it              McTell, Blind Willie; Talking to Myself; Atlanta, 17 Apr. 1930; (150257-2) Co-14551-D Yz L-1005
a mojo : I believe she trying to keep it                McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
My rider got something : she trying to keep it          Patton, Charley; Down the Dirt Road Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15215) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
woman : ooo well boys she trying to throw poor          Williams, Joe; Highway 49; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1941; (070485-1) BB-B9025 RBF RF-11
name  She rolls and she tumbles : now from side         Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sick Bed Blues; Chicago, 2 Nov. 1937; (91317-A) De-7403 Say SDR-192
Four o'clock every morning : she turn it loose on       Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
be in my grave  She turn her back on                    Wheatstraw, Peetie; False Hearted Woman; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90963-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
woman : changed her mind She turned around : two or     Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Beggin' Back; Chicago, c. Aug. 1926; (3016-4) Pm-12394 Bio BLP-12000
and she twisting : till she turned my damper down       Jordan, Charley; I Couldn't Stay Here; New York, 10 Apr. 1936; (18980- ) ARC-6-09-61 Yz L-1021
pancakes were black : when she turned them around I     Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); Bed Slats; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80760-B) OK-8543 His HLP-4
about half past five  She turned over : cried like      Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); Greyhound Blues; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90199-A) Ch-50053 Rt RL-334
every time she grins : she turns her light on           Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
Town She slashing and she twisting : till she turned    Jordan, Charley; I Couldn't Stay Here; New York, 10 Apr. 1936; (18980- ) ARC-6-09-61 Yz L-1021
and she'll lower her She used to be mine                Bracey, Mississippi; Cherry Ball; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404765-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
money : she spent mine She used to spend my             Campbell, Charlie; Goin' Away Blues; Birmingham, Ala. 25 Mar. 1937; (B-32-2) Vo-03571 Fly LP-103
on my last go-round She used to be mine                 Fuller, Blind Boy; Somebody's Been Talkin'; New York, 6 Mar. 1940; (26599-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
there late at night She used to be my                   Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
anybody seen my brown She used to love me               Jackson, Papa Charlie; Fat Mouth Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1927; (2769-3) Pm-12422 Yz L-1029
you'll know her anywhere She used to be mine            Jackson, Papa Charlie; Fat Mouth Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1927; (2769-3) Pm-12422 Yz L-1029
all hours at night She used to be my                    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Mean Jumper Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20380-2) Pm-12631 Mil MLP-2007
her name is Lil She used to sell stuff                  Robinson, Bob; Selling That Stuff; Chicago, c. Dec. 1928; (21035-3) Pm-12714 Riv RM-8803
get my loving done She used to love me                  Thompson, Edward; West Virginia Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2416-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
love me no more She used to rock me                     Thompson, Edward; West Virginia Blues; New York, c. 23 Oct. 1929; (GEX-2416-A) Pm-13018 Yz L-1006
nice : as Georgia ham She uses powder : uses paint      Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
down the street When she walk : she begin to            Estes, Sleepy John; Stop That Thing; Chicago, 9 July 1935; (90095-A) Ch-50001 Sw S-1219
like Gloria Swanson : and she walk just like Priscilla  Lasky, Louie; Teasin' Brown Blues; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-945-B) Vo-02955 Her H-201
like my faro : but she walk too slow Crying             Lofton, Willie; Dark Road Blues; Chicago, 1 Nov. 1935; (96257- ) BB-B6229 Yz L-1007
how about it : and she walked back home She             Barefoot Bill; She's Got a Nice Line; Atlanta, 19 Apr. 1930; (150302-1) Co-14544-D Rt RL-325
head A young lady she walked up to me                   Johnson, Alec; Next Week Sometime; Atlanta, 2 Nov. 1928; (147382-2) Co-14416-D CC-3
she looks after me She walked in the rain               Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
treat her right Oh she walked these blocks for          Washboard Sam; Yes I Got Your Woman; Chicago, 5 Aug. 1940; (049374- ) BB-B8599 RBF RF-16
son don't you go     She walked down in the             Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
like mine Every time she walks : she leaves a           Blackman, Tewee (Memphis Jug Band); I Whipped My Woman With a Single Tree; Memphis, 4 Oct. 1929; (56347-2) Vi-V38578 Rt RL-311
change her mind When she walks : she reels and          Fuller, Blind Boy; Good Feeling Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26616-A) OK-06231 BC-11
like Maggie : baby but she walks too slow Mmm           Johnson, Tommy; Maggie Campbell Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41839-2) Vi-21409 Rt RL-330
tell by the way she walks But I know                    Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
I love her still She walks the street late              McClennan, Tommy; You Can't Read My Mind; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064887- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
deep water baby : then she walks on out Mmm             McCoy, Charlie; Last Time Blues; Memphis, c. 22 Sept. 1929; (M-176- ) Br-7141 Yz L-1001
it to town : and she walks it about And                 Stokes, Frank; Last Go Round; Chicago, c. Aug. 1927; (4777-1) Pm-12591 Bio BLP-12041
shakes all over : when she walks She made a             Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); No Matter How She Done It; New York, 3 Feb. 1932; (11210-A) Vo-1699 Yz L-1039
her have her way She want me back some                  Blake, Blind; Hookworm Blues; Richmond, Ind., 20 July 1929; (15251-A) Pm-12794 Bio BLP-12031
me to a wagon : she want to drive me                    Brown, Richard Rabbit; James Alley Blues; New Orleans, 11 Mar. 1927; (38000-1) Vi-20578 Yz L-1032
to doodle once : and she want it twice Sometime         Lincoln, Charley; Doodle Hole Blues; Atlanta, 18 Apr. 1930; (150275-2) Co-14550-D Yz L-1012
stop Oh I know she want it hard babe                    Patton, Charley; Love My Stuff; New York, 31 Jan. 1934; (14746- ) Vo-02782 Mam S-3802
poor girl wonder where she want to go Then              Smith, Bessie; Back Water Blues; New York, 17 Feb. 1927; (143491-1) Co-14195-D Co CL-858
me she's Joliet bound She want to find Four-A           Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
I see charming Betsy : she want everything that she     Thomas, Henry; Charmin' Betsy; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4621- ) Vo-1468 Rt RL-315
fight  When she says she want loving : don't tell       Wheatstraw, Peetie; Don't Take a Chance; Chicago, 8 Apr. 1936; (C-1352-1) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
Can't see him when she want to : got to                 White, Georgia; The Blues Ain't Nothin' But. . .; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1938; (91545-A) De-7562 Cor CP-58
Now my grandmother says she want to buy a               Williamson, Sonny Boy; Big Apple Blues; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064020- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
she's a black panther : she want to climb up            Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
a Chevrolet : say but she wanted a V-Eight Ford         Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
V-Eight Ford  She say she wanted something : would beat Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
for nearly an hour  She wanted me to go                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; Welfare Store Blues; Chicago, 17 May 1940; (053001- ) BB-B8610 BC-3
and she knows what she wants to do Woke                 Darby, Blind; Lawdy Lawdy Worried Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15566) Pm-12828 Yz L-1003
a woman's very funny : she wants you around her         Gibson, Clifford; Beat You Doing It; Long Island City, c. June 1929; (482-A) QRS-R7087 Yz L-1027
your sweet woman : everything she wants in one time     Johnson, Robert; I'm a Steady Rollin Man; Dallas, 19 June 1937; (DAL-378- ) ARC-7-12-67 OJL-17
did the wood-cutting for : she wants me back again      McClennan, Tommy; Cross Cut Saw Blues; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064885- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
B and O Now she wants to come back                      McTell, Blind Willie; B and O Blues No. 2; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14066-1) Vo-02568 Yz L-1037
that I wants now : she wants to walk out                Townsend, Henry; Sick with the Blues; possibly Chicago, 1933; (   ) record unknown Yz L-1030
see her man  Because she wants some loving : you        White, Georgia; The Blues Ain't Nothin' But. . .; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1938; (91545-A) De-7562 Cor CP-58
bushel of your apples : she wants to make her           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Big Apple Blues; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064020- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
and jump down  Now she wants to cut my                  Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
your gal gets old : she wants to be alone               Wilson, Kid Wesley (Leola B. Wilson); Do It Right; New York, 5 Sept. 1929; (148978-3) Co-14463-D His HLP-5
home : she's feeling tight  She wants some loving : that Wilson, Kid Wesley (Leola B. Wilson); Do It Right; New York, 5 Sept. 1929; (148978-3) Co-14463-D His HLP-5
I love her still She was a broad back                   Alexander, Texas;  Corn-Bread Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81223-A) OK-8511 Rt RL-315
rapping at my door She was singing sweet patuni         Baker, Willie; Sweet Patunia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 11 Mar. 1929; (14897) Ge-6751 His HLP-22
She wasn't dead : but she was slowly dying Said         Beaman, Lottie; Wayward Girl Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. Aug. 1928; (14161-A) Ge-6607 OJL-6
to my baby : when she was telling me her                Big Bill (Broonzy); When I Had Money; Chicago, 17 Apr. 1940; (WC-3036-A) Vo-05563 RBF RF-16;
out a gun : said she was through I'm going              Blake, Blind; Low Down Loving Gal; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20887-5) Pm-12695 Bio BLP-12003
about fifty-two I thought she was too old : I'm         Blake, Blind; Righteous Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Dec. 1930; (L-648-1) Pm-13035 Bio BLP-12003
that woman : I know she was quitting me all             Blind Norris; Sundown Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61850-A) De-7290 BC-6
And that Harlem goat : she was serving time Lord        Byrd, John; Billy Goat Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-289-2) Pm-12997 Yz L-1001
Kansas City The way she was looking : was a             Carr, Leroy; Papa Wants to Knock a Jug; Chicago, c. 20 Jan. 1931; (C-7223-A) Vo-1651 Yz L-1036
a big forty-five : and she was mad as she               Carr, Leroy; My Woman's Gone Wrong; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15626-1) Vo-02950 Co C-30496
wife is gone : but she was all right with               Carr, Leroy; I Believe I'll Make a Change; New York, 16 Aug. 1934; (15645-2) Vo-02820 Co C-30496
man don't you know She was a beer-drinking woman        Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
just as long as she was tall She didn't                 Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
before I was born She was going to have                 Delaney, Mattie; Down the Big Road Blues; Memphis, c. 21 Feb. 1930; (MEM-785- ) Vo-1480 Yz L-1009
bell All the time she was out : she was                 Estes, Sleepy John; Mary Come On Home; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93006-A) De-7814 Sw S-1220;
time she was out : she was raising hell Down            Estes, Sleepy John; Mary Come On Home; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93006-A) De-7814 Sw S-1220;
coming : down the line She was low in front             Estes, Sleepy John; Drop Down; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93009-A) De-7766 Sw S-1220
was low in front : she was bouncy behind I              Estes, Sleepy John; Drop Down; Chicago, 4 June 1940; (93009-A) De-7766 Sw S-1220
Laura was a gal : she was sixteen Her dammy             Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
seen Now she dreamed : she was going with the           Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
next door She dreamed : she was kissing his oh          Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
oh oh She dreamed : she was riding in some              Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
seen Now she dreamed : she was sitting in the           Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
and it said that she was dying I have                   Fox, John D.; The Moanin' Blues; Richmond, Ind., 15 Dec. 1927; (GEX-1019-A) Ge-6352 Rt RL-334
Had a little girl : she was little and low              Fuller, Blind Boy; Step It Up and Go; New York, 5 Mar. 1940; (26592-A) Vo-05476 BC-11
to hug and kiss She was with my friend                  Gillum, Bill Jazz; Keyhole Blues; Chicago, 17 May 1939; (034813- ) BB-B8221 RCA INT-1177
road I got there : she was laying on the                House, Son; My Black Mama-Part 2; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-409-2) Pm-13042 OJL-2
When I got there : she was laying on the                Hull, Papa Harvey; France Blues; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12690) Ge-6106 OJL-2
little old cherry ball : she was falling out cold       James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
good gal : she said she was fifty-one She started       Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; It's Heated; Chicago, 11 June 1929; (C-3585- ) Vo-1539 Yz L-1039
head to my feet She was born in Kentucky                Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
cat woman of mine She was fussing she was               Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Balky Mule Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20381-3) Pm-12631 Mil MLP-2007
mine She was fussing she was fighting : and acting      Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Balky Mule Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20381-3) Pm-12631 Mil MLP-2007
most anywhere she goes She was my best mama             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
have no money : but she was too tight Me                Johnson, James Stump; Barrel of Whiskey Blues; Dallas, 10 Feb. 1932; (70680-1) Vi-23327 Yz L-1033
I met my gal : she was dumb as dumb                     Johnson, Lonnie; I'm Nuts About that Gal; New York, 12 Aug. 1932; (152259-2) OK-8946 CC-30
the sun went down She was standing in the               Ledbetter, Huddie; C. C. Rider; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16686- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
I walked in Lord : she was slowly dying My              Ledbetter, Huddie; Death Letter Blues-Part 1; New York, 24 Jan. 1935; (16695-1) ARC unissued Bio BLP-12013
up this morning : say she was stinging poor me          Lincoln, Charley; Country Breakdown; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145107-1) Co-14475-D RBF RF-15
that woman's man Because she was evil : wouldn't work   McCoy, Joe; Evil Devil Woman Blues; Chicago, 16 Aug. 1934; (C-9299-A) De-7822 BC-5
nice and kind Oh she was evil : would not               McCoy, Joe; Evil Devil Woman Blues; Chicago, 16 Aug. 1934; (C-9299-A) De-7822 BC-5
a doggone king : and she was a doggone queen            McTell, Blind Willie; Statesboro Blues; Atlanta, 17 Oct. 1928; (47187-3) Vi-V38001 Yz L-1005
note about my baby : she was way down the               Noble, George; The Seminole Blues; Chicago, 11 Feb. 1935; (C-897-2) ARC-7-06-75 Yz L-1028
telling my rider : well she was shivering down Lord     Patton, Charley; Love My Stuff; New York, 31 Jan. 1934; (14746- ) Vo-02782 Mam S-3802
walking down Main Street She was breaking and bumming   Pickett, Charlie; Crazy 'Bout My Black Gal; New York, 2 Aug. 1937; (62467-A) De-7762 Rt RL-310
this morning : didn't know she was fixing to go         Ranger, Jack; T. P. Window Blues; San Antonio, 28 June 1929; (402768) OK-8785 Rt RL-315
All I know that she was doing partner : making          Shade, Will; Sometimes I Think I Love You; Chicago, 9 June 1927; (38657-1) Vi-20809 OJL-19
was old lady Linus : she was sitting on a               Shade, Will; What's the Matter; Memphis, 17 Sept. 1929; (55530-2) Vi-V38551 Jo SM-3104
to talk Go where she was : but my feet                  Stevens, Vol; Stonewall Blues; Memphis, 29 May 1930; (62542- ) BB-B5675 BC-2
they had a fit She was doggone sorry : weren't          Stokes, Frank; Mr. Crump Don't Like It; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20045-1) Pm-12552 OJL-21;
me draw her pay She was a real good                     Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); Seminole Blues; Aurora, Ill., 11 Oct. 1937; (014333- ) BB-B7315 Yz L-1039
my old babe : and she was leaving town It               unknown artist (possibly Skip James); Throw Me Down; place unknown, c. Oct. 1928; (20998-1) Pm unissued Bio BLP-12029
The mens all thought : she was something good to        Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Don't Wake It Up; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1560-1) Pm-13152 Bio  BLP-12041
one in Tampa : Georgia she was bound Oh see             Walker, Uncle Bud; Stand Up Suitcase Blues; Atlanta, 30 July 1928; (402009-B) OK-8828 Yz L-1009
coming down Beale Street She was so drunk : until       Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
down at her feet She was built like an                  Washboard Sam; Out with the Wrong Woman; Chicago, 21 Dec. 1936; (01883- ) BB-B6794 BC-10
Lord neither the month she was born Yes she             Washboard Sam; She Belongs to the Devil; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064484-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
woman : ooo well but she was again you know             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Letter Writing Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1935; (C-944-A) Vo-02978 Say SDR-191
was again you know she was gone  Well there's           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Letter Writing Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1935; (C-944-A) Vo-02978 Say SDR-191
we used to be  She was by me : if                       Wheatstraw, Peetie; True Blue Woman; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1258-1) Vo-03185 Say SDR-191
was down  Well now she was nice and kind                Wheatstraw, Peetie; Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1262-1) Vo-03396 RBF RF-12
last woman I had : she was so doggone mean              Wheatstraw, Peetie; The First Shall Be the Last and the Last Shall Be First; New York, 19 Feb. 1936; (60523-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
me last night : when she was in my arms                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
woman : in Pinebluff Arkansas  She was the sweetest little White, Washington (Booker Washington White); Pinebluff Arkansas; Chicago, 2 Sept. 1937; (C-1996-2) Vo-03711 Co C-30036
that woman I'm loving : she was the cause of            Wilkins, Robert; Jail House Blues; Memphis, 8 Sept. 1928; (45499- ) Vi-23379 Yz L-1002
on my mind  Now she was a sweet little                  Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
she left me : because she was wild about some           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Number Five Blues; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030848-1R) BB-B8010 RCA INT-1088
baby was a girl : she was sweet sixteen  Her            Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
her dreams  I knowed she was a dreamer : she            Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
them old southern dreams  She was the dreamingest girl  Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
from kisses on down  She was the dreamingest girl       Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
from hugging on down  She was the dreamingest girl      Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
I went home a-flying She wasn't dead : but she          Beaman, Lottie; Wayward Girl Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. Aug. 1928; (14161-A) Ge-6607 OJL-6
baby : till I see she wasn't going to treat             McClennan, Tommy; Elsie Blues; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053743- ) BB-B8725 Rt RL-305
She blowed just like : she wasn't going to blow         Patton, Charley; Pea Vine Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15221-A) Pm-12877 Yz L-1001
like an eagle : and she watching me all the             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Eagle Eyed Mama; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21095-3) Pm-12739 Rt RL-301
apron : and the dress she wear ??? on her               Collins, Sam; Midnight Special Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. 17 Sept. 1927; (13035) Ge-6307 OJL-10
She got a dress she wear sweet mama : said              Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
She had a dress she wear loving babe : says             Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
in the summer : and she wears them in the               Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Easy Rider Don't Deny My Name; New York, 16 June 1927; (144282-3) Co-14231-D RBF RF-15
the St Louis woman : she wears a diamond ring           Jackson, Jim; St. Louis Blues; Memphis, c. Feb. 1930; (MEM-805- ) Vo-1477 Yz L-1003
a word to you She wears a bearcat skin                  Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Brown Skin Girls; Chicago, 18 July 1935; (C-1074-A) ARC-6-11-66 Yz L-1025
is tight like that She wears her dresses : above        Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
got a little faro : she weigh about ninety pounds       Rachel, James Yank; Little Sarah; Memphis, 26 Sept. 1929; (55597-2) Vi-V38595 Rt RL-310
I don't care : if she weighed a thousand more           Lewis, Noah (Gus Cannon); Pretty Mama Blues; Memphis, 3 Oct. 1929; (56342-2) Vi-V38585 RCA INT-1175
The woman I love : she weighs a thousand and            Lewis, Noah (Gus Cannon); Pretty Mama Blues; Memphis, 3 Oct. 1929; (56342-2) Vi-V38585 RCA INT-1175
that morning bell Lord she went up the country          Alexander, Texas; Levee Camp Moan Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81225-B) OK-8498 RBF RF-9
don't want nobody else She went out last night          Carr, Leroy; Take a Walk Around the Corner; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15604- ) Vo-02986 Co C-30496
a shame : the way she went and left poor                Carr, Leroy; Big Four Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16416-1) Vo-03349 Co C-30496
a line - : until she went stone blind Some              Chatman, Bo; Old Devil; San Antonio, 22 Oct. 1938; (027878-1) BB-B8093 Yz L-1007
blues for me For she went and caught that               Jordan, Charley; Big Four Blues; Chicago, c. mid June 1930; (C-5837- ) Vo-1511 Yz L-1030
I'm going away Aw she went to a hoodoo                  Lincoln, Charley; Mojoe Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145105-3) Co-14475-D RBF RF-15
went to a hoodoo : she went there all alone             Lincoln, Charley; Mojoe Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145105-3) Co-14475-D RBF RF-15
just a toodle-oodle-oo Well she went to leave me        Newbern, Hambone Willie; She Could Toodle-Oo; Atlanta, 13 Mar. 1929; (402295-A) OK-8740 Rt RL-323
place that she go She went down to the                  Spruell, Freddie; Mr. Freddie's Kokomo Blues; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85786- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
I had a girl : she went out sailing on                  Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); No Baby Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20338-1) Pm-12670 Bio BLP-12004
me all the time  She went away and left                 Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
long and slim When she whip it : it's too               Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); It's Tight Like That; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (   ) Vo-1216 His HLP-1
whistle blow  Every time she whistle : to the roundhouse Wheatstraw, Peetie; Doin' the Best I Can; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1934; (C-9443-?) De-7007 Say SDR-191
is And every time she wiggles and wobbles : papa        Lasky, Louie; How You Want Your Rollin' Done; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-915-C) Vo-02955 Her H-201
and tall But when she wiggles : she makes a             Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
say she love me : she wild about Mr so-and-so           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Goodbye Red; Aurora, Ill., 17 Dec. 1938; (030854-1) BB-B7995 RCA INT-1088
yellow woman : see what she will do Going to            Alexander, Texas; Yellow Girl Blues; San Antonio, 9 Mar. 1928; (400442-B) OK-8801 His HLP-31
your ox get gored She will get up early                 Alexander, Texas; Work Ox Blues; New York, 15 Nov. 1928; (401330-A) OK-8658 Sw S-1276
landlady know man : and she will put it on              Arnold, Kokomo; Let Your Money Talk; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9924- ) De-7191 BC-4
stay at home Because she will hide in the               Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
spend your money : then she will throw you out          Big Bill (Broonzy); The Banker's Blues; Richmond, Ind., 19 Nov. 1930; (17281) Ch-16327 Yz L-1011
woman's got another man She will take your bad          Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; Back Door Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Nov. 1931; (18221) Ch-16361 Yz L-1019
gal will bite you she will pop you with                 Bonds, Son (Sleepy John Estes); Black Gal Swing; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064918- ) BB-B8852 BC-7
gal will kiss you she will kiss you awful               Bonds, Son (Sleepy John Estes); Black Gal Swing; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064918- ) BB-B8852 BC-7
making her jelly : and she will not give it             Curry, Ben; Fat Mouth Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1932; (L-1236-2) Pm-13118 Rt RL-325
Mississippi gal will do She will get your money         Dickson, Tom; Labor Blues; Memphis, 27 Feb. 1928; (400360-A) OK-8570 Yz L-1008;
nothing but hang around She will ??? to your            Doyle, Little Buddy; Hard Scufflin' Blues; Memphis, 1 July 1939; (MEM-17-1) OK-05771 Rt RL-329
??? to your weakness : she will keep you with           Doyle, Little Buddy; Hard Scufflin' Blues; Memphis, 1 July 1939; (MEM-17-1) OK-05771 Rt RL-329
to be your friend She will get all your                 Estes, Sleepy John; Diving Duck Blues; Memphis, 26 Sept. 1929; (55596-2) Vi-V38549 RBF RF-8
to be your friend She will get all your                 Estes, Sleepy John; Married Woman Blues; Chicago, 17 July 1935; (90175-A) Ch-50048 OJL-21
don't want you around She will put you in               Fuller, Blind Boy; Crooked Woman Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26619-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
in sin Then all she will say : it'll never              Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Crooked Woman Blues; Atlanta, 10 Nov. 1927; (145198-1) Co-14280-D CC-36
her right Well now she will get drunk : ooo             Hogg, Andrew; Family Trouble Blues; Chicago, 18 Feb. 1937; (61856-A) De-7303 Rt RL-315
house ain't never clean She will come downstairs : a    Johnson, Ki Ki; Wrong Woman Blues; Long Island City, c. Aug. 1928; (   ) QRS-R7003 His HLP-17
mean to my woman : she will really quit and             Jones, Little Hat; New Two Sixteen Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402647-A) OK-8712 His HLP-32
he's got the stuff She will walk right in               Jones, Maggie; Never Tell a Woman Friend; New York, 29 Sept. 1925; (141057-2) Co-14102-D VJM VLP-25
me she needs But she will hold a conversation           McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
you ever seen Sometimes she will say : baby I           Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
you so Then again she will tell you : to                Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
married women will do She will get your money           Reynolds, Blind Willie; Married Man Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64721-2) Vi-23258 Yz L-1009
will get your money : she will cat-curl up to           Reynolds, Blind Willie; Married Man Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64721-2) Vi-23258 Yz L-1009
Believe to my soul : she will hustle everywhere but     Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
like a black snake : she will strike and run            Shade, Will; A Black Woman Is Like a Black Snake; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47010-2) Vi-V38015 Rt RL-322
know my baby's there : she will take my loving          Spaulding, Henry; Biddle Street Blues; Chicago, c. 6 May 1929; (C-3450- ) Br-7085 OJL-20
she ain't no good : she will tear your reputation       Sykes, Roosevelt; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 3 Nov. 1930; (C-6475-A) Me-M12086 Yz L-1033
it's all about Maybe she will remember me : when        Thomas, Jesse Babyface; No Good Woman Blues; Dallas, 10 Aug. 1929; (55327-2) Vi-V38555 Yz L-1032
hardly get her woke She will wake up in                 Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Hard to Rule Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20335-3) Pm-12670 Bio BLP-12004
to change her crew She will take water at               Washboard Sam; Flying Crow Blues; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064480-1) BB-B8844 BC-10
Cincy : although I know she will feel blue  That        Welsh, Nolan; Dying Pickpocket Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1929; (21098-3) Pm-12759 Yz L-1028
woman takes the blues : she will hang her head          Wheatstraw, Peetie; C and A Blues; Chicago, 6 Jan. 1931; (C-6891-A) Vo-1672 OJL-20
now remember : ooo well she will never see me           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sweet Home Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1261-2) Vo-03396 Say SDR-191
now do you think she will be mean to                    Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sweet Home Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1261-2) Vo-03396 Say SDR-191
gal : ooo well now she will put a block                 Wheatstraw, Peetie; Block and Tackle; Chicago, 9 Apr. 1936; (C-1354-2) Vo-03348 Say SDR-192
she got a dollar she will swear that she                Wheatstraw, Peetie; When a Man Gets Down; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90961-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
name is Suley Brown She win a big fortune               Bell, Anna; Shake It, Black Bottom; Long Island City, c. Sept. 1928; (175- ) QRS-R7009 His HLP-21
horse can run Yes she win every race : man              Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
hand to hand  Sometime she win : but the most           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
bed  Now I know she wished that I was                   Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sick Bed Blues; Chicago, 2 Nov. 1937; (91317-A) De-7403 Say SDR-192
it like the Central : she wobbles like the L            McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
the ground  Every time she wobbles : she make my        Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
around my throne    Lord she won't pick cotton : girl   Alexander, Texas; No More Woman Blues; San Antonio, 9 Mar. 1928; (400446-A) OK-8624 Rt RL-312
she don't love me : she won't love nobody else          Alexander, Texas; Ninety-Eight Degree Blues; San Antonio, 15 June 1929; (402640-A) OK-8705 Yz L-1004
want me around Says she won't write me no               Arnold, Kokomo; Rocky Road Blues; Chicago, 23 Oct. 1937; (91300-A) De-7449 CC-25
write me no letter : she won't send me no               Arnold, Kokomo; Rocky Road Blues; Chicago, 23 Oct. 1937; (91300-A) De-7449 CC-25
get your five dollars : she won't treat you right       Bell, Ed; She's a Fool Gal; Atlanta, 4 Dec. 1930; (151038-2) Co-14595-D Rt RL-325
her mouth poked out She won't tell nobody : what        Big Bill (Broonzy); C and A Blues; Chicago, 20 June 1935; (C-1020-B) ARC-5-12-65 Yz L-1035
my woman : swear that she won't act right Gets          Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
woman's money : mama and she won't come Can't rest      Coleman, Jaybird; Save Your Money-Let These Women Go; Birmingham, Ala., c. 11 Aug. 1927; (GEX-802-B) BP-8052 Rt RL-313
My baby's gone : and she won't come back no             Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
got a little woman : she won't treat you right          Estes, Sleepy John; New Someday Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63652-A) De-7473 RBF RF-8
got a little woman : she won't treat you right          Fuller, Blind Boy; Good Feeling Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26616-A) OK-06231 BC-11
bulldog without a chain She won't never listen to       Gibson, Clifford; Hard-Headed Blues; New York, 10 Dec. 1929; (57755-2) Vi-V38577 Yz L-1027
Yes I worry : because she won't treat me kind           Gillum, Bill Jazz; She Won't Treat Me Kind; Aurora, Ill., 16 Dec. 1938; (030826- ) BB-B8106 RCA INT-1177
she don't have me : she won't have nobody else          House, Son; Preachin' the Blues-Part 1; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-410-1) Pm-13013 OJL-5
the river : baby and she won't come down Well           Hull, Papa Harvey; France Blues; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12690) Ge-6106 OJL-2
she don't love me : she won't love nobody else          James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
got a mojo : and she won't let me see                   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
his sweet milk : and she won't feed him just            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; That Crawlin' Baby Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15671) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
she's gone : I know she won't come back I               Johnson, Robert; Come On in My Kitchen; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2585-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
no-good bunching clown Now she won't do nothing : but   Johnson, Robert; From Four Until Late; Dallas, 19 June 1937; (DAL-379-1) ARC-7-09-56 Co C-30034
of them faulty women : she won't do the truck           McClennan, Tommy; Brown Skin Girl; Chicago, 22 Nov. 1939; (044243-1) BB-B8444 RCA LPV-518
meets That little woman she won't wash : now now        McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
won't wash : now now she won't even iron my             McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
even iron my clothes She won't do nothing I             McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
else Now Katy Mae she won't wash : now she              McClennan, Tommy; Katy Mae Blues; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053739-1) BB-B8689 Rt RL-305
she won't wash : now she won't starch and iron          McClennan, Tommy; Katy Mae Blues; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053739-1) BB-B8689 Rt RL-305
late at, every night : she won't treat nobody right     McClennan, Tommy; You Can't Read My Mind; Chicago, 15 Sept. 1941; (064887- ) BB-B8897 Rt RL-305
with a woman : when she won't do nothing she            McTell, Blind Willie; Love-Changing Blues; Atlanta, 29 Nov. 1929; (56635-1) Vi-V38580 Yz L-1005
got that mojo : and she won't let me see                McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
my baby got something : she won't tell her daddy        McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
that she's almost dead She won't cook you no            Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
so they say Because : she won't give nothing away       Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
with a woman : when she won't do nothing I              Patton, Charley; Banty Rooster Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15217) Pm-12792 Yz L-1020
won't stop and eat She won't cook me cook               Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
cook no breakfast : and she won't wash me no            Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
me no clothes Well she won't do nothing : but           Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
my old lady : because she won't come back no            Roland, Walter; T Model Blues; New York, 17 July 1933; (13552-1) Ba-32932 Yz L-1017
ain't no telling what she won't do It's cloudy          Smith, Bessie; Shipwreck Blues; New York, 11 June 1931; (151597-3) Co-14663-D Co CL-858
to my baby : so she won't have to cry                   Spruell, Freddie; Don't Cry Baby; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85783- ) BB-B6025 Mam S-3802
up the river : and she won't come down I                Thomas, Henry; Cottonfield Blues; Chicago, c. early July 1927; (   ) Vo-1094 OJL-3
up the river : and she won't come down I                Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
mother : in every way She won't tell you : nothing      Thomas, Hociel; Listen to Ma; Chicago, 24 Feb. 1926; (9521-A) OK-8346 Bio BLP-C6
me worried : telling me she won't come back in          Townsend, Henry; Sick with the Blues; possibly Chicago, 1933; (   ) record unknown Yz L-1030
her last goodbye  Well she won't write : she won't      Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
Well she won't write : she won't telephone  Makes me    Wilkins, Robert; Long Train Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-191- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
a good woman : and she won't treat you right            Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
black panther : now and she won't do me awhile          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
hair : same little dress she wore Now look a-here       Estes, Sleepy John; New Someday Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63652-A) De-7473 RBF RF-8
the same little dress she wore    Going to catch        Fuller, Blind Boy; Crooked Woman Blues; New York, 7 Mar. 1940; (26619-A) Vo-05527 Rt RL-318
Mattie : by the dress she wore    My baby's deaf-toweled McCoy, Joe; Shake Mattie; Chicago, c. Feb. 1931; (VO-109-A) Vo-1668 Mam S-3803
got a girl : and she working hard She got               Thomas, Henry; Don't Ease Me In; Chicago, c. 13 June 1928; (   ) Vo-1197 OJL-3
got a girl : and she working hard She had               Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
a Monday Monday girl : she works it on Broad            Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
a Wednesday Wednesday girl : she works it on Broadway   Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
keep me barred People she works for : don't allow       Jackson, Papa Charlie; Drop that Sack; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2145-1) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
I got a girl : she works in the white                   Jordan, Luke; Cocaine Blues; Charlotte, N.C., 16 Aug. 1927; (39821-2) Vi-21076 Rt RL-326
a Monday Monday girl : she works on Broadway Main       Lofton, Cripple Clarence; Brown Skin Girls; Chicago, 18 July 1935; (C-1074-A) ARC-6-11-66 Yz L-1025
gone And my baby she worries me : she worries           Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
baby she worries me : she worries me on every           Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
on every hand How she worries the poor man              Townsend, Henry; Henry's Worried Blues; Chicago, 15 Nov. 1929; (403300-A) Co-14529-D Yz L-1030
not her daddy : and she would not have been             Barefoot Bill; One More Time; Atlanta, 20 Apr. 1930; (150305-1) Co-14561-D Rt RL-325
her ninety-four dollars : and she would give me ninety-three Carr, Leroy; I Believe I'll Make a Change; New York, 16 Aug. 1934; (15645-2) Vo-02820 Co C-30496
a man is worthy : she would make you a                  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Right of Way Blues; Chicago, c. May 1927; (4515-2) Pm-12510 Rt RL-301
Lord if she did : she would sure Lord feel              Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-1) Vi unissued His HLP-31
Crying if she did : she would sure Lord feel            Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-2) Vi unissued His HLP-31
of bucket gin And she would be absolutely hospital      Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Never Go Wrong Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02652-1) BB-B6825 CC-35
thing ever been born She would be most sweet            Red Nelson (Nelson Wilborn); Sweetest Thing Born; Chicago, 6 Feb. 1936; (90605-A) De-7155 Cor CP-58
Well if she did : she would surely feel my              Rhodes, Walter; Leaving Home Blues; Memphis, 10 Dec. 1927; (145359-2) Co-14289-D Rt RL-334
time I clasp her : she would holler police She          Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); Bed Slats; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80760-B) OK-8543 His HLP-4
to the door : but she wouldn't go in I                  Baker, Willie; Mama, Don't Rush Me Blues; Memphis, c. 25 Sept. 1929; (14666) Ge-6766 His HLP-22
to feel my care    She wouldn't if she could            Bracey, Mississippi; Stered Gal; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404766-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
if she could : and she wouldn't do it at                Bracey, Mississippi; Stered Gal; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404766-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
loved her : or else she wouldn't have left at           Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
of the dream : but she wouldn't tell the rest           Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
my best mama : but she wouldn't treat me right          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
wouldn't treat me right She wouldn't do nothing : but   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Change My Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20387-2) Pm-12639 Mil MLP-2007
die about a dime She wouldn't cry : but the             Johnson, Robert; Last Fair Deal Gone Down; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2631-1) ARC-7-04-60 Co CL-1654
I had a woman : she wouldn't do for me                  McCoy, Joe; When the Levee Breaks; New York, 18 June 1929; (148711-1) Co-14439-D BC-1
way across the sea She wouldn't write me no             McCoy, Joe; My Mary Blues; Chicago, c. early June 1930; (C-5830- ) Vo-1576 Pal PL-101
Highway out of town She wouldn't even talk with         Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
white folks black folks : she wouldn't give a penny     Stokes, Frank; Its a Good Thing; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20044-2) Pm-12518 Bio BLP-12041
God almighty : that woman she wouldn't do And I         Temple, Johnnie; So Lonely and Blue; Chicago, 14 May 1937; (91247-A) De-7337 RBF RF-16
in jail  Ah well she wouldn't even write : ooo          Wheatstraw, Peetie; False Hearted Woman; Chicago, 26 Oct. 1936; (90963-A) De-7243 Say SDR-192
I waved my hands : she wouldn't pay me no               Williamson, Sonny Boy; You Give an Account; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020846- ) BB-B7756 BC-3;
of the dream : but she wouldn't tell the rest           Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Was a Dreamer; Chicago, 2 July 1941; (064494- ) BB-B8914 BC-20
a dance one night She would've did the shimmy           Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; It Won't Act Right; Memphis, 21 May 1930; (59964-2) Vi-V38620 Jo SM-3104
as I like    Yes she wrote me a letter                  Ledbetter, Huddie; Death Letter Blues-Part 1; New York, 24 Jan. 1935; (16695-1) ARC unissued Bio BLP-12013
as your right arm  She yields so much milk              Williams, Joe; Wild Cow Blues; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96246-1) BB-B6200 RCA INT-1087
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