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 SHE'D................7  (0,003%)
past eight She said she'd be there early in             Roland, Walter; Early in the Morning No. 2; New York, 31 July 1934; (15495-2) Ba-33343 Yz L-1017
here And every time she'd come back : she'd say         Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
when she left me : she'd gone to stay Needn't           Vincson, Walter; Sitting on Top of the World; Shreveport, La., 17 Feb. 1930; (403805-B) OK-8784 Mam S-3804
the name of Sue She'd like to know : just               Jackson, Papa Charlie; Skoodle Um Skoo; Chicago, c. July 1927; (4670-1) Pm-12501 Bio BLP-12042
diploma belongs to you She'd often say excuse me        Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
She said she's afraid she'd 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
time she'd come back : she'd say daddy buy me           Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Beer Drinking Woman; Chicago, 30 Oct. 1940; (053590-1) BB-B8584 RCA-730.581
 SHE'LL...............36  (0,015%)
of the baby : because she'll a broad some day           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
no man : pretty soon she'll be too old Hey              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bootin' Me 'Bout; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15675) Pm-12946 Mil MLP-2004
want poor Mary : and she'll be somewhere from you       Johnson, Mary; Rattlesnake Blues; Richmond, Ind., 22 Sept. 1932; (18791) Ch-16570 Riv RM-8819
D B all right : she'll be home some day                 McClennan, Tommy; Drop Down Mama; Chicago, 12 Dec. 1940; (053741-1) BB-B8704 Rt RL-305
cents on corn liquor : she'll buy that bottle of        Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
to my sugar : if she'll come back home to               Carr, Leroy; Longing for My Sugar; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16434-1) Vo-02875 Yz L-1036
spend your money too She'll come home every morning     Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
you may stay But she'll come back : some sweet          Patton, Charley; Poor Me; New York, 1 Feb. 1934; (14757-1) Vo-02651 Yz L-1020
you have done wrong She'll commence ??? : pack up       Bradley, Tommie; Pack Up Your Trunk Blues; Richmond, Ind., 27 Oct. 1930; (17206) Ch-16149 Yz L-1019
take bad treatment : and she'll do the best thing       Bradley, Tommie; Four Day Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 July 1931; (17886-A) Ch-16339 OJL-19
know where to go She'll even moan now sweet             Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
be some no-good man she'll fall for : pretty soon       Johnson, Lonnie; When You Fall For Someone That's Not Your Own; New York, 16 Nov. 1928; (401336-B) OK-8635 CC-30
do you dirty ass She'll forever keep you working        Doyle, Little Buddy; Bad in Mind Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-153-1) Vo-05111 Rt RL-319
fall for : pretty soon she'll go away When it           Johnson, Lonnie; When You Fall For Someone That's Not Your Own; New York, 16 Nov. 1928; (401336-B) OK-8635 CC-30
you all her life She'll have a man on                   McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
have a crooked woman : she'll keep you living in        Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Crooked Woman Blues; Atlanta, 10 Nov. 1927; (145198-1) Co-14280-D CC-36
women like I do She'll keep you up all                  Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
much you really care She'll keep your mind upset        Washboard Sam; Brown and Yellow Woman Blues; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064483-1) BB-B8937 RCA LPV-577
I hope some day : she'll learn to love daddy            Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
I hope some day : she'll learn to love daddy            Hull, Papa Harvey; Gang of Brownskin Women; Chicago, c. 8 Apr. 1927; (12689) Ge-6122 Yz L-1001
married woman will swear : she'll love you all her      Johnson, Lonnie; When You Fall For Someone That's Not Your Own; New York, 16 Nov. 1928; (401336-B) OK-8635 CC-30
get drunk Lord : and she'll lower her She used          Bracey, Mississippi; Cherry Ball; Jackson, Miss., 17 Mar. 1930; (404765-B) OK-8867 Yz L-1038
deep water : I swear she'll never land    Baby I'm      Temple, Johnnie; Louise Louise Blues; Chicago, 12 Nov. 1936; (90981-A) De-7244 Cor CP-58
mention about rolling : because she'll play her trick on Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
is a Statesboro darkskin : she'll really turn your damper McTell, Blind Willie; Three Women Blues; Atlanta, 17 Oct. 1928; (47185-2) Vi-V38001 Yz L-1005
draw it out Because she'll spend your money : then      Big Bill (Broonzy); The Banker's Blues; Richmond, Ind., 19 Nov. 1930; (17281) Ch-16327 Yz L-1011
your woman loves you : she'll stand by you to           Gibson, Clifford; Whiskey Moan Blues; Long Island City, c. June 1929; (483-A) QRS-R7087 Yz L-1006
love your baby : so she'll stay home at night           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
squatty I mean boys : she'll suit anybody Last night    Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
ask her for loving : she'll swear she's almost dead     Johnson, Ki Ki; Wrong Woman Blues; Long Island City, c. Aug. 1928; (   ) QRS-R7003 His HLP-17
speak about loving man : she'll swear that she's almost Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
you speak to her : she'll swear she nearly dead         Torey, George; Married Woman Blues; Birmingham, Ala., 2 Apr. 1937; (B-64-2) ARC-7-08-57 Yz L-1002
loves a man Lord she'll take bad treatment : and        Bradley, Tommie; Four Day Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 July 1931; (17886-A) Ch-16339 OJL-19
catch the Southern : and she'll take the Santa Fe       James, Skip; Cherry Ball Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Feb. 1931; (L-748-2) Pm-13065 Bio BLP-12029
lie to somebody else She'll tell you that she           McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
mistreat a good woman : she'll turn her back on         Gibson, Clifford; Whiskey Moan Blues; Long Island City, c. June 1929; (483-A) QRS-R7087 Yz L-1006
 SHE'S................323  (0,138%)
my easy rider gone She's a easy rider : but             Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
her a lousy dime She's a easy rider : but               Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
down on the ground She's a lightweighted mama : so      Baker, Willie; No No Blues; Richmond, Ind., 9 Jan. 1929; (14667) Ge-6766 BC-5
got a gal : though she's a little bit up                Baker, Willie; Bad Luck Moan; Richmond, Ind., 10 Jan. 1929; (14892) Ge-6812 Rt RL-326
that happened last July She's a ugly : got B            Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
ain't got no chin She's a beautiful woman : for         Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
never changed her weight She's a coal-black mare : she's Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
Hardin's house for me She's a hard-working woman : you  Estes, Sleepy John; Fire Department Blues; New York, 22 Apr. 1938; (63650-A) De-7571 Sw S-1220
Showed her once : now she's a scraunching queen Grandma Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
fatmouth blew in town She's a long tall woman           Jackson, Papa Charlie; Fat Mouth Blues; Chicago, c. Jan. 1927; (2769-3) Pm-12422 Yz L-1029
ask for me Now she's a woman : hard to                  Jackson, Papa Charlie; Skoodle Um Skoo; Chicago, c. July 1927; (4670-1) Pm-12501 Bio BLP-12042
ashes in the tray She's a good woman : she              Jackson, Papa Charlie; Ash Tray Blues; Chicago, c. May 1928; (20604-2) Pm-12660 Bio BLP-12042
pigmeat to Sunday school She's a fine looking fair      Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Chock House Blues; Chicago, c. May or June 1926; (2558-2) Pm-12373 Mil MLP-2007
is all over town She's a long tall woman                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Booger Rooger Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3088-2) Pm-12425 Bio BLP-12015
feet from the ground She's a tailor-made woman : she    Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bad Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3090-2) Pm-12443 Mil MLP-2007
be too black bad She's a fair made woman                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
out the world Oh she's a dark brownskin : we            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
to the piney wood She's a high-stepping mama : and      Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Piney Woods Money Mama; Chicago, c. Mar. 1928; (20408-2) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
call Mr so-and-so's name She's a kind-hearted woman : she Johnson, Robert; Kind Hearted Woman Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2580-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
call Mr so-and-so's name She's a kind-hearted mama, woman Johnson, Robert; Kind Hearted Woman Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2580-2) ARC-7-03-56 Co C-30034
downtown man she meet She's a no-good dony : they       Johnson, Robert; I Believe I'll Dust My Broom; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2581-1) ARC-7-04-81 Co C-30034;
she fisty-fight with me She's a brownskin woman : just  Johnson, Robert; When You Get a Good Friend; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2584-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
can't see no peace She's a brownskin woman : got        Ledbetter, Huddie; Roberta-Part 2; New York, 23 Jan. 1935; (16684- ) ARC unissued Co C-30035
that lives next door She's a married woman : but        Lincoln, Charley; Hard Luck Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145104-2) Co-14272-D His HLP-4
that I ever seen    She's a good-looking woman : teeth  McClennan, Tommy; She's a Good Looking Mama; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044992- ) BB-B8545 Rt RL-305
sweet woman's angel child She's a mighty mean woman     McTell, Blind Willie; Statesboro Blues; Atlanta, 17 Oct. 1928; (47187-3) Vi-V38001 Yz L-1005
done quit poor me    She's a real kind mama             McTell, Blind Willie; Kind Mama; Atlanta, 31 Oct. 1929; (149319-2) Co-14657-D Yz L-1037
L and N Well she's a hot-shot mama : and                McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
what road she's on She's a long tall mama               McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
half from the ground She's a tailor-made mama : and     McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
years of age And she's a full-grown woman : but         Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
down Mulberry Street Now she's a kind loving baby       Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Vicksburg Blues-Part 3; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02645-1) BB-B6697 CC-35
down in no cell She's a sweet loving mama               Moore, Kid Prince; Honey Dripping Papa; New York, 11 Apr. 1936; (18999-2) ARC-6-09-56 Rt RL-340
God on my mind    She's a cotton-picking woman : Lord   Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
from door to door She's a cotton-picking woman : I      Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
my height and size She's a married woman : come         Poor Jab (Jab Jones); Stealin' Stealin'; Memphis, 15 Sept. 1928; (47037-2) Vi-V38504 RBF RF-1
don't dig so deep She's a big fat mama                  Reynolds, Blind Willie; Third Street Woman Blues; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64724-2) Vi-23258 OJL-11
my height and size She's a married woman : come         Shade, Will; Stealin' Stealin'; Memphis, 15 Sept. 1928; (47037-2) Vi-V38504 Rt RL-337
daddy fare you well She's a long tall woman             Shade, Will; Mary Anna Cut Off; Chicago, 6 Nov. 1934; (C-780-2) OK-8960 Jo SM-3104
to see mamlish mine She's a long tall woman             Sluefoot Joe; Tootin' Out Blues; Long Island City, c. Apr. 1929; (490-A) QRS-R7086 His HLP-17
my real milkcow gone She's a full-blood Jersey : I'm    Spruell, Freddie; Milk Cow Blues; Chicago, 25 June 1926; (9793-A) OK-8422 Yz L-1038
throwed my trunk outdoor She's a good old gal           Sykes, Roosevelt; Single Tree Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15563) Pm-12827 Riv RM-8819
should be worried with She's a fine kid too             Sykes, Roosevelt; 3 6 and 9; Grafton, Wis., c. Aug. 1930; (L-449-2) Pm-13004 Riv RM-8819
the same old way She's a little old woman               Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Good Time Blues; Chicago, c. Nov. 1928; (21027-1) Pm-12752 Bio BLP-12004
town     Old Aunt Dinah : she's a sister of the         Wallace, Minnie; Dirty Butter; Memphis, 23 Sept. 1929; (55571-2) Vi-V38547 Rt RL-322
down on the ground She's a tailor-made mama : not       Weaver, Curley; Oh Lawdy Mama; Chicago, 23 Apr. 1935; (C-9940-A) Ch-50077 Rt RL-326
no gal of mine  She's a married woman : boy             Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Peaches in the Springtime; Memphis, 13 Feb. 1928; (41890-2) Vi-21657 Rt RL-311
my baby no job  She's a married woman : and             Williams, Joe; Meet Me Around the Corner; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053992-1R) BB-B8738 RCA INT-1087
can have them all  She's a great big woman              Williamson, Sonny Boy; Deep Down in the Ground; Aurora, Ill., 17 June 1938; (020849-1) BB-B7805 RCA INT-1088
Orleans     My baby thinks she's a black panther : she  Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
around  My baby thinks she's a black panther : now      Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
got someone else Lord she's about to run me             McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
been attracting of late : she's about to make me        Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); A Woman Gets Tired of the Same Man All the Time; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80748-A) OK-8514 Rt RL-310
got my baby's name She's acting funny : and I           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); unnamed title; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149347-1) Co unissued Yz L-1012
her kid She said she's afraid she'd put that            Gibson, Clifford; Don't Put That Thing On Me; New York, 26 Nov. 1929; (57174-2) Vi-V38572 Yz L-1006
after your woman : man she's after me And I             Bird, Billy; Alabama Blues-Part 1; Atlanta, 29 Oct. 1928; (147325-1) Co-14418-D His HLP-5
the one thing that she's after : that is your           Townsend, Henry; Sick with the Blues; possibly Chicago, 1933; (   ) record unknown Yz L-1030
headed to the south : she's Alabama bound Said one      Thomas, Henry; Cottonfield Blues; Chicago, c. early July 1927; (   ) Vo-1094 OJL-3
out of the yard : she's Alabama bound I'm going         Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
the South great God : she's Alabama bound     I've traveled Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
and she is squatty : she's all right with me            Big Bill (Broonzy); Down in the Basement Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1928; (20922-1) Pm-12707 Yz L-1035
and she squatty : but she's all right with me           Big Bill (Broonzy); How You Want It Done; New York, 29 Mar. 1932; (11611-2) Ba-32436 Yz L-1011
can't see my baby : she's all locked up in              Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; Trouble Blues-Part 1; Chicago, c. 17 Aug. 1928; (C-2229- ) Vo-1213 Yz L-1019
She's short and squatty : she's all right with me       Jackson, Papa Charlie; Mama, Don't You Think I Know; Chicago, c. Aug. 1925; (2224-2) Pm-12305 Bio BLP-12042
a girl in Memphis : she's all right But the             Jackson, Jim; Hesitation Blues; Memphis, c. Feb. 1930; (MEM-804- ) Vo-1477 Her H-205
hand in hand On she's all right now : she's             McCoy, Joe; Evil Devil Woman Blues; Chicago, 16 Aug. 1934; (C-9299-A) De-7822 BC-5
she's all right now : she's all right with me           McCoy, Joe; Evil Devil Woman Blues; Chicago, 16 Aug. 1934; (C-9299-A) De-7822 BC-5
dirty clothes Oh Red : she's all right And we           McCoy, Joe; Oh Red; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1936; (90691-A) De-7182 AH-77
She long tall woman : she's all right with me           Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
around She ain't there : she's all over town    Got     Sykes, Roosevelt; Single Tree Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15563) Pm-12827 Riv RM-8819
your gravy free Well she's all right : a good           Sykes, Roosevelt; 3 6 and 9; Grafton, Wis., c. Aug. 1930; (L-449-2) Pm-13004 Riv RM-8819
in the front : but she's all broke down behind          Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Don't Love Me That Way; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070146- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
about loving : she swear she's almost dead Sweet mama   Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
for loving : she'll swear she's almost dead     I left  Johnson, Ki Ki; Wrong Woman Blues; Long Island City, c. Aug. 1928; (   ) QRS-R7003 His HLP-17
man : she'll swear that she's almost dead She won't     Nelson, Sonny Boy; Street Walkin'; New Orleans, 15 Oct. 1936; (02600-1) BB-B6672 Yz L-1038
I'm a motherless child She's always squabbling : she don't Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
like Sunday : I mean she's always got a dollar          Gibson, Clifford; Blues Without a Dime; New York, 10 Dec. 1929; (57756- ) Vi-V38590 Yz L-1027
down the street : but she's always raising sand    My   Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
can I love : when she's always in the road              Petties, Arthur; Two Time Blues; Memphis, 14 Feb. 1928; (41906-2) Vi-21282 Yz L-1007
her home at night She's always going off : on           Thomas, Ramblin' (Willard Thomas); Hard to Rule Woman Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20335-3) Pm-12670 Bio BLP-12004
to throw you down She's always got business : on        Torey, George; Married Woman Blues; Birmingham, Ala., 2 Apr. 1937; (B-64-2) ARC-7-08-57 Yz L-1002
little coal Oh well she's around the corner : oozing    Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); A Woman Gets Tired of the Same Man All the Time; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80748-A) OK-8514 Rt RL-310
her name was Mattie She's a-slipping and a-stalling : in Stokes, Frank; Its a Good Thing; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20044-2) Pm-12518 Bio BLP-12041
down I know where she's at : but her man                Blake, Blind; Search Warrant Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20871-3) Pm-12737 Bio BLP-12023
out man : trying to She's a-winking and a-blinking : at Stokes, Frank; Its a Good Thing; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (20044-2) Pm-12518 Bio BLP-12041
a mojo : because, now she's been using that stuff       Johnson, Robert; Little Queen of Spades; Dallas, 20 June 1937; (DAL-395-?) Vo-04108 His HLP-31
crap : ooo well well she's been going from hand         Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
on Easy Street Now she's begging : every man she        McCoy, Joe; You Got to Move-Part 1; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9380- ) De-7038 BC-1
man  And ever since she's being shooting crap : ooo     Wheatstraw, Peetie; Crapshooter's Blues; Chicago, 26 Mar. 1937; (91154-A) De-7292 Say SDR-192
She left this morning : she's border bound today I      Smith, Six Cylinder; Oh Oh Lonesome Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-213-1) Pm-12968 Yz L-1004
know my baby : and she's bound to jump and              Estes, Sleepy John; Airplane Blues; New York, 3 Aug. 1935; (62482-A) De-7354 Sw S-1219
bound to jump and she's bound to jump and               Estes, Sleepy John; Airplane Blues; New York, 3 Aug. 1935; (62482-A) De-7354 Sw S-1219
off on him Because she's buggish : she's got B          Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
a fuss and fight She's built up a little                Fuller, Blind Boy; You've Got Something There; Memphis, 12 July 1939; (MEM-102-1) Vo-05083 BC-11
she don't want me : she's calling someone else on       Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); Yodeling Fiddling Blues; San Antonio, 12 June 1930; (404146-B) OK-8834 Mam S-3804
before last The gait she's carrying me : is most        Stovepipe No. 1 (Sam Jones); Bed Slats; St. Louis, 26 Apr. 1927; (80760-B) OK-8543 His HLP-4
in the alley way She's catching hunkies : both night    Arnold, Kokomo; Busy Bootin'; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1935; (C-9923-A) De-7139 Say SDR-163
of living : I mean she's changed all around  Because    Williamson, Sonny Boy; My Baby Made a Change; Chicago, 4 Apr. 1941; (064022- ) BB-B8766 BC-20
gal look good : when she's coming after me    I         Carr, Leroy; Alabama Woman Blues; Chicago, 19 Sept. 1930; (C-6091-B) Vo-1549 RBF RF-1
mind You might think she's crazy about you : but        Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
standing in the snow  She's crying to me son            Wilkins, Robert; Alabama Blues; Memphis, c. 23 Sept. 1929; (M-190- ) Br-7205 Rt RL-333
fair made woman : and she's cunning as a squirrel       Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lastin' Lovin'; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20407-2) Pm-12666 Mil MLP-2013
I don't know whether she's dead or alive Judge          Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; County Jail Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1931; (VO-132-A) Vo-1679 Yz L-1031
in Hattiesburg Baby now she's dead : and six feet       Thomas, Elvie; Motherless Child Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Apr. 1930; (L-264-2) Pm-12977 OJL-2
her side  Now when she's dead : six feet in             Wilber, Bill (Joe Wilbur McCoy); My Babe My Babe; Chicago, 22 July 1935; (90198-A) Ch-50053 OJL-8
here woman I love : she's done been here and            Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Shuckin' Sugar; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3077-2) Pm-12454 Mil MLP-2007
morning : ooo Lord boys she's down on my mind           Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
too tight My gal she's easy : some say she's            Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Freeze to Me Mama; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149345-2) Co-14507-D CC-36
done and quit me : she's far on down the                Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
far on down the she's far on down the                   Fuller, Blind Boy; Bus Rider Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3139-A) OK-05933 BC-11
you gal come home : she's feeling tight  She wants      Wilson, Kid Wesley (Leola B. Wilson); Do It Right; New York, 5 Sept. 1929; (148978-3) Co-14463-D His HLP-5
woman I love now : she's five feet from the             Brown, Willie; Future Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-418-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
woman I love : why she's five feet from the             Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bad Luck Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3090-2) Pm-12443 Mil MLP-2007
The woman I'm loving : she's fixing to blow this        McCoy, Charlie; That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away; Jackson, Miss., 15 Dec. 1930; (404726-A) OK-8863 RBF RF-14
she's gone she's gone : she's forever be on my          Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
and left me : but she's forever on my mind              Woods, Oscar; Evil Hearted Woman; New Orleans, 21 Mar. 1936; (60847- ) De-7904 Yz L-1026
an old hay wagon : she's getting by just the            Bonds, Son (Sleepy John Estes); Black Gal Swing; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064918- ) BB-B8852 BC-7
gal drinks shoe polish : she's getting drunk just the   Bonds, Son (Sleepy John Estes); Black Gal Swing; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064918- ) BB-B8852 BC-7
see my rider : where she's getting her dough    Come    Patton, Charley; Moon Going Down; Grafton, Wis., c. 28 May 1930; (L-432-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
jewel brown mule : but she's getting drunk just the     Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); She Ain't No Good; Jackson, Miss., 19 Dec. 1930; (404783-B) OK-8885 Mam S-3804
a woman act funny : she's going to put you              Alexander, Texas;  Long Lonesome Day Blues; New York, 11 Aug. 1927; (81213-A) OK-8511 Rt RL-315
And then I know : she's going out to rob                Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
not give it away She's going to save it                 Curry, Ben; Fat Mouth Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1932; (L-1236-2) Pm-13118 Rt RL-325
to leave me : and she's going away to stay              Gillum, Bill Jazz; Let Her Go; Aurora, Ill., 16 Dec. 1938; (030823- ) BB-B8027 RCA INT-1177
I know my baby : she's going to jump and                Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Got the Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2471-1) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
loving mama : I know she's going to raise a             Moore, Kid Prince; Honey Dripping Papa; New York, 11 Apr. 1936; (18999-2) ARC-6-09-56 Rt RL-340
out : all night long She's going to come home           Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
now sweet mama : honey she's going from door to         Petway, Robert; Cotton Pickin' Blues; Chicago, 20 Feb. 1942; (074115-1) BB-B9036 Rt RL-314
can't never tell what she's going to do Baby            Taylor, Charley; Heavy Suitcase Blues; Grafton, Wis., Mar. or Apr. 1930; (L-251-2) Pm-12967 Yz L-1028
see me : I know she's going to jump and                 Williamson, Sonny Boy; Project Highway; Aurora, Ill., 11 Nov. 1937; (016525- ) BB-B7302 RCA INT-1175
O leave your town She's gone west baby : Capital        Amos, Blind Joe; C and O Blues; probably Chicago, c. July 1927; (   ) Vo-1116 OJL-17
that I could Now she's gone and left me                 Arnold, Kokomo; Your Ways and Actions; New York, 11 May 1938; (67344-A) De-7510 Say SDR-163
knocked the peacock dead She's gone away : boys and     Blake, Blind; Low Down Loving Gal; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (20887-5) Pm-12695 Bio BLP-12003
that I could But she's gone and left me                 Davis, Walter; M. and O. Blues; Cincinnati, 12 June 1930; (62907-2) Vi-V38618 RCA INT-1085
that I ever loved : she's gone she's gone Now           Davis, Walter; The Only Woman; Chicago, 21 Mar. 1941; (053975-1) BB-B8773 RCA INT-1085
ever loved : she's gone she's gone Now I'm left         Davis, Walter; The Only Woman; Chicago, 21 Mar. 1941; (053975-1) BB-B8773 RCA INT-1085
when she left me : she's gone to stay Needn't           Evans, Joe; Sitting on Top of the World; New York, 21 May 1931; (10659-1) Ba-32211 His HLP-8002
grizzly bear I guess she's gone to Frisco : to          Jackson, Jim; This Mornin' She Was Gone; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45417-1) Vi-V38003 His HLP-32
grizzly bear I guess she's gone to Frisco : to          Jackson, Jim; This Mornin' She Was Gone; Memphis, 27 Aug. 1928; (45417-2) Vi-V38003 His HLP-5
back again Oh oh she's gone : I know she                Johnson, Robert; Come On in My Kitchen; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2585-1) ARC unissued Co CL-1654
Says my good gal she's gone : she didn't mean           McTell, Blind Willie; My Baby's Gone; New York, 18 Sept. 1933; (14038-2) Vo-02668 Yz L-1037
the woman I love : she's gone far away And              Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
before your door Crying she's gone tell you Lord        Vincson, Walter; Stop and Listen Blues; Shreveport, La., 17 Feb. 1930; (403806-A) OK-8807 Yz L-1007
poor heart relief Now she's gone she's gone : with      Washboard Sam; Flying Crow Blues; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064480-1) BB-B8844 BC-10
relief Now she's gone she's gone : with a red           Washboard Sam; Flying Crow Blues; Chicago, 26 June 1941; (064480-1) BB-B8844 BC-10
to lose  But now she's gone : and I got                 Weldon, Will (Casey Bill); Red Hot Blues; Chicago, 21 Oct. 1937; (C-2031-1) Vo-04066 CC-3
right  Oh Lord ah she's gone she's gone : she's         Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
Lord ah she's gone she's gone : she's forever be        Williamson, Sonny Boy; Skinny Woman; Aurora, Ill., 5 May 1937; (07654- ) BB-B7012 BC-20
to leave : I know she's got to come back                Arnold, Kokomo; Kid Man Blues; New York, 12 May 1938; (63754-A) De-7464 Say SDR-163
knee And I know : she's got the blues for               Beaman, Lottie; Wayward Girl Blues; Richmond, Ind., c. Aug. 1928; (14161-A) Ge-6607 OJL-6
look at that woman : she's got a frown on               Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
in your kitchen cooking : she's got a stranger by       Blake, Blind; Rope Stretchin' Blues-Part 2; Grafton, Wis., c. Oct. 1931; (L-1101-2) Pm-13103 Bio BLP-12037
hurry back to me She's got the best old                 Carr, Leroy; Hold Them Puppies; St. Louis, 20 Feb. 1934; (SL-6-3) Vo-02751 Yz L-1036
me : bye bye bye    She's got a bed in                  Carr, Leroy; Bread Baker; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16432-1) Vo-03296 Yz L-1036
of misery And now she's got me crying : baby            Carr, Leroy; Shinin' Pistol; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16438-1) Vo-03067 Co C-30496
him Because she's buggish : she's got B O all           Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
She's a coal-black mare : she's got long black curly    Crudup, Arthur Big Boy; Black Pony Blues; Chicago, 11 Sept. 1941; (064873-1) BB-B8896 RCA LPV-518
love my grandma so She's got the same old               Gibson, Cleo; Nothing But the Blues; Atlanta, 14 Mar. 1929; (402312) OK-8700 Sw S-1240
bet your bottom dollar : she's got the other one's      Jackson, Papa Charlie; Shave Em Dry; Chicago, c. Feb. 1925; (10042-?) Pm-12264 Yz L-1029
that thing on me She's got to fool her                  Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
to fool her daddy : she's got to keep that              Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Low Down Mojo Blues; Chicago, c. June 1928; (20636-1) Pm-12650 Mil MLP-2004
I most ever had She's got Elgin movements : from        Johnson, Robert; Walkin' Blues; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2630-1) Vo-03601 Co CL-1654
bony and lean Well she's got something : Lord I         Kelly, Jack; Men Fooler Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-151- ) Vo-05312 OJL-19
I ain't never seen She's got a little bitty             Kelly, Jack; Men Fooler Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-151- ) Vo-05312 OJL-19
great big thighs Well she's got something on the        Kelly, Jack; Men Fooler Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-151- ) Vo-05312 OJL-19
good gal : but now she's got another man Talk           Lincoln, Charley; Hard Luck Blues; Atlanta, 4 Nov. 1927; (145104-2) Co-14272-D His HLP-4
run me crazy : Lord she's got someone else Lord         McTell, Blind Willie; Runnin' Me Crazy; New York, 21 Sept. 1933; (14070-1) Vo-02595 Rt RL-324
no man no good She's got a man on                       Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
and no one else She's, got a long tall                  Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
a long tall woman : she's got teeth they shine          Shade, Will; Mary Anna Cut Off; Chicago, 6 Nov. 1934; (C-780-2) OK-8960 Jo SM-3104
to my soul : that she's got the man next                Sykes, Roosevelt; The Way I Feel Blues; New York, 14 June 1929; (402453-B) OK-8727 Yz L-1033
years old : she thinks she's grown You never can        Roland, Walter; Early in the Morning No. 2; New York, 31 July 1934; (15495-2) Ba-33343 Yz L-1017
old : begin to think she's grown  Say you can           Williamson, Sonny Boy; Early in the Morning; Aurora, Ill., 11 Nov. 1937; (016524- ) BB-B7302 RCA INT-1175
high brown woman : man she's hard to fool You           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Long Lonesome Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1926; (2472-2) Pm-12354 Bio BLP-12000
the people don't know she's here : but she lives        Jones, Little Hat; Cherry Street Blues; San Antonio, 14 June 1930; (404300-A) OK-8829 Yz L-1032
ought to see mine She's humpbacked bow-legged : crippled and Bennett, Will; Railroad Bill; Knoxville, Tenn., c. Sept. 1930; (K-127- ) Vo-1464 OJL-18
she rub my ??? : she's improved my appetite Now         Bracey, Ishman; Pay Me No Mind; Grafton, Wis., c. Mar. 1930; (L-242-2) Pm-13038 Yz L-1007
to find this gal : she's in the world somewhere         Black, Lewis; Rock Island Blues; Memphis, 10 Dec. 1927; (145361-3) Co-14429-D His HLP-5
man When you think she's in your kitchen cooking        Blake, Blind; Rope Stretchin' Blues-Part 2; Grafton, Wis., c. Oct. 1931; (L-1101-2) Pm-13103 Bio BLP-12037
has not got her : she's in this world somewhere         Carr, Leroy; Shinin' Pistol; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16438-1) Vo-03067 Co C-30496
woman : for the shape she's in Her feet look            Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
to my good gal : she's in the world somewhere           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Black Horse Blues; Chicago, c. May 1926; (2543-1) Pm-12367 Mil MLP-2004
find my woman : says she's in the world somewhere       Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-1) Vi unissued His HLP-31
find my woman : says she's in this world somewhere      Johnson, Tommy; Lonesome Home Blues; Memphis, 31 Aug. 1928; (45463-2) Vi unissued His HLP-31
Liquor stole my baby: she's in the lonesome jail        McTell, Blind Willie; Stole Rider Blues; Atlanta, 18 Oct. 1927; (40309-2) Vi-21124 Yz L-1037
one in my bosom : she's in Tennessee And the            McTell, Blind Willie; Searching the Desert for the Blues; Atlanta, 22 Feb. 1932; (71606-1) Vi-23353 RCA LPV-518
one in my bosom : she's in Tennessee And the            McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
ooo well I believe she's in East St Louis               Wheatstraw, Peetie; Deep Sea Love; New York, 20 Feb. 1936; (60539-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
morning : she told me she's Joliet bound She want       Spruell, Freddie; 4A Highway; Chicago, 12 Apr. 1935; (85782- ) BB-B5995 Mam S-3802
stop there no more She's just a no-good woman           Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
and four inches : and she's just good hugging size      Brown, Willie; Future Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-418-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
the girl I love : she's just now leaving home           Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Right of Way Blues; Chicago, c. May 1927; (4515-2) Pm-12510 Rt RL-301
a woman : now now she's just as good as                 McClennan, Tommy; She's Just Good Huggin' Size; Chicago, 10 May 1940; (044987- ) BB-B8605 Rt RL-305
The woman I'm loving : she's just my height and         Poor Jab (Jab Jones); Stealin' Stealin'; Memphis, 15 Sept. 1928; (47037-2) Vi-V38504 RBF RF-1
The woman I'm loving : she's just my height and         Shade, Will; Stealin' Stealin'; Memphis, 15 Sept. 1928; (47037-2) Vi-V38504 Rt RL-337
oldest sister look like she's just twenty-one And said  Smith, J. T. Funny Paper; Seven Sisters Blues-Part 1; Chicago, c. Apr. 1931; (VO-168-A) Vo-1641 Yz L-1031
feeling blue I bet she's just like ??? : can't          Taylor, Charley; Heavy Suitcase Blues; Grafton, Wis., Mar. or Apr. 1930; (L-251-2) Pm-12967 Yz L-1028
Well now you know she's just trouble on your            Wheatstraw, Peetie; Last Dime Blues; Chicago, 20 July 1935; (C-1081-B) Vo-03444 Say SDR-191
babe : ooo well well she's just the other way           Wheatstraw, Peetie; Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 13 Feb. 1936; (C-1262-1) Vo-03396 RBF RF-12
hard to beat Yes she's large in the body                Fuller, Blind Boy; Stealing Bo-Hog; New York, 7 Sept. 1937; (21627-2) ARC-8-01-65 BC-11
long you been gone She's little and neat : all          Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Got a Letter from My Darlin'; Memphis, 26 Nov. 1930; (64731- ) Vi-23267 Rt RL-337
come rolling down Now she's little and she's low        Spand, Charlie; Back to the Woods Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15456) Pm-12817 Yz L-1015
crave to see Well she's living in Memphis : and         Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Wartime Blues; Chicago, c. Oct. 1926; (3070-1) Pm-12425 Rt RL-301
let you be Now she's long and she's tall                Arnold, Kokomo; Long and Tall; Chicago, 12 Jan. 1937; (91070-A) De-7306 CC-25
The woman I love : she's long and tall When             Bell, Ed; Carry It Right Back Home; Atlanta, 4 Dec. 1930; (151037-2) Co-14595-D Rt RL-325
jump a track Said she's long and tall : and             Big Bill (Broonzy); Long Tall Mama; New York, 30 Mar. 1932; (11617-1) Ba-33085 Yz L-1011
how I went away    She's long and tall : and            Collins, Sam; Do That Thing; Richmond, Ind., c. 17 Sept. 1927; (13050-A) Ge-6307 OJL-10
got a loving faro : she's long and tall like            Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
to my old-time used-to-be She's long and she's tall     Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
got a girl : said she's long and tall She               Johnson, Robert; They're Red Hot; San Antonio, 27 Nov. 1936; (SA-2627-1) ARC-7-07-57 Co C-30034
got a gal : says she's long and tall Way                Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
I could be    Aah : she's long and tall The             Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
I got a woman : she's long and tall But                 Patton, Charley; Going to Move to Alabama; Grafton, Wis., c. late Nov. 1929; (L-37-1) Pm-13014 Yz L-1020
the gal I love : she's long and slim When               Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker); It's Tight Like That; Chicago, c. Sept. 1928; (   ) Vo-1216 His HLP-1
sugar pudding That ??? : she's long and tall She        unknown artist (Memphis Jug Band); Sugar Pudding; Memphis, 11 Sept. 1928; (47009-1) Vi-21740 Rt RL-337
stuff  Old Aunt Anna : she's long and slim  When        unknown artist (Birmingham Jug Band); Giving It Away; Atlanta, 11 Dec. 1930; (404683-A) OK-8908 OJL-19
I got a gal : she's long and tall Every                 Weaver, Curley; Sweet Patunia; Atlanta, 26 Oct. 1928; (147304-2) Co-14386-D His HLP-32
roller : jelly-baking jelly-baking fool She's low and squatty : right Baker, Willie; No No Blues; Richmond, Ind., 9 Jan. 1929; (14667) Ge-6766 BC-5
barrelhouse all the time She's low and squatty : but    Carr, Leroy; Barrel House Woman; New York, 14 Aug. 1934; (15628-2) Vo-02791 Co C-30496
I've got a gal : she's low and squatty I                Jaxon, Frankie Half Pint; She Can Love So Good; Chicago, c. mid Aug. 1930; (C-6079-A) Vo-1540 Mel MLP-7324
blood run cold And she's low and she's squatty          Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
Now she's little and she's low : right down on          Spand, Charlie; Back to the Woods Blues; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15456) Pm-12817 Yz L-1015
in the night When she's loving you man : she            Alexander, Texas; Easy Rider Blues; Fort Worth, 30 Sept. 1934; (FW-1138) Vo-02856 Yz L-1010
But when you think she's loving you : dropping you      Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
mean no jive Now she's making her jelly : and           Curry, Ben; Fat Mouth Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1932; (L-1236-2) Pm-13118 Rt RL-325
my hambone spoil Well she's mine and she's yours        Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
a little boll weevil : she's moving in the air          Patton, Charley; Mississippi Bo Weavil Blues; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15211) Pm-12805 Yz L-1020
a good black gal She's my buddy : and I                 Carr, Leroy; Good Woman Blues; New York, 14 Dec. 1934; (16427-1) Vo-03296 Yz L-1019
on my mind  Malvina she's my sweet woman : she          Williams, Joe; 49 Highway Blues; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85490- ) BB-B5996 OJL-17
got a gal : says she's named Sally Right Says           Moss, Buddy; Daddy Don't Care; New York, 16 Jan. 1933; (12908-1) Ba-33106 RBF RF-15
large in the body : she's neat in the waist             Fuller, Blind Boy; Stealing Bo-Hog; New York, 7 Sept. 1937; (21627-2) ARC-8-01-65 BC-11
when I go there : she's never turning off her           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); She's Gone Blues; Atlanta, 26 Oct. 1928; (147306-1) Co-14461-D RBF RF-15
corn liquor : don't think she's nice and sweet If       Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
as she can be She's not too thin : not                  Nickerson, Charlie Bozo; Everybody's Talking About Sadie Green; Memphis, 12 May 1930; (59917-2) Vi-V38599 Jo SM-3104
there  Well now if she's not in China : ooo             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Deep Sea Love; New York, 20 Feb. 1936; (60539-A) De-7167 Say SDR-192
the girl I love : she's not got a dime                  Wilkins, Robert; Police Sergeant Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-741-B) Br-7168 Rt RL-307
the country : and but she's on my mind Oh               Alexander, Texas; Levee Camp Moan Blues; New York, 12 Aug. 1927; (81225-B) OK-8498 RBF RF-9
worried about my baby : she's on my mind Sometimes      Campbell, Gene; Wandering Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5701-A) Br-7170 His HLP-2
at night : just like she's on wheels And then           Campbell, Gene; Robbin' and Stealin' Blues; Chicago, c. May 1930; (C-5704-B) Br-7170 His HLP-2
tell you what road she's on She's a long                McTell, Blind Willie; Ticket Agent Blues; Chicago, 25 Apr. 1935; (C-9954-A) De-7078 Yz L-1037
hold her aching head  She's on her sickbed : suffering  Wheatstraw, Peetie; Sick Bed Blues; Chicago, 2 Nov. 1937; (91317-A) De-7403 Say SDR-192
well peach orchard man she's on my mind  Got            Williams, Joe; Peach Orchard Mama; Chicago, 27 Mar. 1941; (053991-1) BB-B8774 RCA INT-1087
This gal of mine : she's one way all the                Moore, William; One Way Gal; Chicago, c. Jan. 1928; (20309-1) Pm-12648 OJL-8
nice and kind Because she's only been you : I           Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Mistreatin' Woman Blues; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02654-1) BB-B7178 CC-35
and down the street She's only hustling them people     Shade, Will; Better Leave That Stuff Alone; Memphis, 24 Sept. 1928; (47092- ) Vi-21725 Mam S-3803
had his daughter trained She's out there : shaking that Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
regular : doing that thing She's out there : looking like Davis, Walter; Sweet Sixteen; Chicago, 25 Feb. 1935; (85484-1) BB-B5931 RCA INT-1085
come in : your rider she's out and gone Say             Howell, Peg Leg; Tishamingo Blues; Atlanta, 8 Nov. 1926; (143117-1) Co-14194-D RBF RF-9
Find my woman : because she's out in the world          Johnson, Tommy; Black Mare Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1930; (L-245-2) Pm-13000 Yz L-1007
hair Caught a taxicab : she's out across town somewhere Washboard Sam; Diggin' My Potatoes; Chicago, 15 May 1939; (034797- ) BB-B8211 BC-10
her bail Oh Red : she's outdoors She ain't got          McCoy, Joe; Oh Red; Chicago, 18 Apr. 1936; (90691-A) De-7182 AH-77
Lou By the way she's raving : she must have             Smith, Bessie; Empty Bed Blues-Part; New York, 20 Mar. 1928; (14578?-?) Co-14312-D Co CL-858
block the road Because she's registering a cold one     Johnson, Robert; Terraplane Blues; San Antonio, 23 Nov. 1936; (SA-2586-1) ARC-7-03-56 Co CL-1654
could stand I believe she's running : with a cooncan    Estes, Sleepy John; I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More; New York, 2 Aug. 1935; (62464-A) De-7414 Sw S-1219
watch my sweet woman : she's running from sun to        Jones, Little Hat; Corpus Blues; San Antonio, 21 June 1929; (402701-B) OK-8735 Rt RL-315
town of Rome Now she's screaming and crying : papa      McTell, Blind Willie; Stole Rider Blues; Atlanta, 18 Oct. 1927; (40309-2) Vi-21124 Yz L-1037
he's got a gal : she's shaped like a hog                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
long and she's tall : she's shaped just like a          Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
all right I believe she's, she must have found          Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Pneumonia Blues; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15669) Pm-12880 Mil MLP-2013
mama : down in Tennessee She's short and squatty : she's Jackson, Papa Charlie; Mama, Don't You Think I Know; Chicago, c. Aug. 1925; (2224-2) Pm-12305 Bio BLP-12042
home to your mama : she's sick and nearly dead          Wilkins, Robert; Nashville Stonewall Blues; Memphis, c. early Feb. 1930; (MEM-740-A) Br-7168 Rt RL-307
head in the window : she's singing Lemon's worried blues Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Lemon's Worried Blues; Chicago, c. Feb. 1928; (20375-3) Pm-12622 Mil MLP-2004
the woman I'm loving : she's six feet in the            Vincson, Walter (Mississippi Sheiks); The New Stop and Listen Blues; Grafton, Wis., c. July 1932; (L-1551-3) Pm-13134 Yz L-1014
she's easy : some say she's slow There's things about   Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Freeze to Me Mama; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149345-2) Co-14507-D CC-36
a goat You know she's smelling : got B O                Chatman, Peter (Memphis Slim); Jasper's Gal; Chicago, 1 Apr. 1941; (059499-1) BB-B8749 RCA-730.581
I'm got a gal : she's so sweet Sweetest little          Carr, Leroy; Bo Bo Stomp; New York, 16 Aug. 1934; (15649-1) Vo-02969 Co C-30496
woman's so deceitful : but she's so loving and kind     Gibson, Clifford; Hard-Headed Blues; New York, 10 Dec. 1929; (57755-2) Vi-V38577 Yz L-1027
bake good jellyroll : and she's so nice and clean       Gibson, Clifford; She Rolls It Slow; Louisville, 9 June 1931; (69405- ) Vi-23290 RCA INT-1175
love my little brownskin : she's so young and green     Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Bootin' Me 'Bout; Richmond, Ind., 24 Sept. 1929; (15675) Pm-12946 Mil MLP-2004
meat for me Because she's so tight-haired and evil      Jordan, Charley; Tight Haired Mama Blues; Chicago, 17 Mar. 1931; (VO-144) Vo-1645 OJL-20
got another woman : man she's so bony and lean          Kelly, Jack; Men Fooler Blues; Memphis, 14 July 1939; (MEM-151- ) Vo-05312 OJL-19
the woman I love : she's so far away Talk               Lewis, Furry; I Will Turn Your Money Green; Memphis, 28 Aug. 1928; (45425-2) Vi-V38506 Yz L-1008
got me a mama : she's so big and fat                    Moore, Kid Prince; Honey Dripping Papa; New York, 11 Apr. 1936; (18999-2) ARC-6-09-56 Rt RL-340
beg back home again She's so evil : baby you            Red Nelson (Nelson Wilborn); Sweetest Thing Born; Chicago, 6 Feb. 1936; (90605-A) De-7155 Cor CP-58
work for my woman : she's so nice and sweet             Wheatstraw, Peetie; Low Down Rascal; New York, 18 Feb. 1936; (60507-A) De-7200 Say SDR-192
and she's yours : and she's somebody else's too Don't   Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
And she's low and she's squatty : and made right        Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
Because everywhere she stops : she's stealing some woman's good Memphis Minnie; Chickasaw Train Blues; Chicago, 24 Aug. 1934; (C-9382- ) De-7019 Cor CP-58
my woman : I know she's strolling babe on the           Rachel, James Yank; Gravel Road Woman; New York, 6 Feb. 1934; (14793-2) Vo-02649 OJL-21
gets long winded player : she's sure to get caught      Carr, Leroy; It's Too Short; New York, 17 Dec. 1934; (16440-1) Vo-02875 Co C-30496
little woman : I said she's sweet as she can            Fuller, Blind Boy; Thousand Women Blues; Chicago, 19 June 1940; (WC-3142-A) OK-05657 RBF RF-202
I've got a woman : she's sweet as she could             Moss, Buddy; Gravy Server; New York, 21 Aug. 1935; (17981- ) ARC-6-11-56 Rt RL-318
from the ground And she's tailor-made : and ain't no    Brown, Willie; Future Blues; Grafton, Wis., 28 May 1930; (L-418-2) Pm-13090 OJL-5
to the ground And she's tailor-made : Lord and ain't    Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; The Woman I Love Blues; New Orleans, 10 Aug. 1935; (94418-1) BB-B6140 CC-35
another sweet baby : know she's taking it now Going     Hull, Papa Harvey; Mama You Don't Know How; Chicago, c. May 1927; (   ) BP-8030 Her H-201
Now she's long and she's tall : shaped just like        Arnold, Kokomo; Long and Tall; Chicago, 12 Jan. 1937; (91070-A) De-7306 CC-25
used-to-be She's long and she's tall : she's shaped just Jackson, Papa Charlie; She Belongs to Me Blues; Chicago, c. Mar. 1927; (4243-1) Pm-12461 Yz L-1029
brown across town : and she's taller as a sycamore      Jefferson, Blind Lemon; Deceitful Brownskin Woman; Chicago, c. Oct. 1927; (20065-2) Pm-12551 Bio BLP-12015
be my friend But she's taught me a lesson               Blackwell, Francis Scrapper; No Good Woman Blues; Chicago, 7 July 1935; (90082-A) Ch-50049 Cor CP-58
in the road Said she's telling all her friends          Calicott, Joe; Traveling Mama Blues; Memphis, c. 21 Feb. 1930; (MEM-779- ) Br-7166 Yz L-1009
shoot you too Now she's the meanest woman : that        Bracey, Ishman; Saturday Blues; Memphis, 4 Feb. 1928; (41842-1) Vi-21349 OJL-8
in my tea Lord she's the meanest old woman              Davis, Walter; Ashes in My Whiskey; Chicago, 31 Oct. 1935; (96237-1) BB-B6201 RCA INT-1085
dream those disturbing dreams She's the dreamingest gal : dreamingest Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
in some man's automobile She's the dreamingest gal : dreamingest Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
of the dreams forecast She's the dreamingest gal : dreamingest Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
from kissing on down She's the dreamingest gal : for    Estes, Sleepy John; Little Laura Blues; Chicago, 24 Sept. 1941; (064925-1) BB-B8871 RCA LPV-518
She do that scraunch : she's the best in town           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Doin' the Scraunch; Atlanta, 5 Dec. 1930; (151056-2) Co-14591-D CC-36
like Priscilla Deane Because she's the prettiest woman : old Lasky, Louie; Teasin' Brown Blues; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-945-B) Vo-02955 Her H-201
her Jesse P And she's the sweetest woman : has          Montgomery, Eurreal Little Brother; Vicksburg Blues-Part 3; New Orleans, 16 Oct. 1936; (02645-1) BB-B6697 CC-35
home with her mama : she's the one I only               Pullum, Joe; Black Gal What Makes Your Head So Hard???-- No. 2; San Antonio, 3 Apr. 1934; (82786-?) BB-B5592 Rt RL-327
a word she said : she's the lyingest woman in           Smith, Bessie; Do Your Duty; New York, 24 Nov. 1933; (152577-2) OK-8945 Co CL-856
see Aunt Caroline  Dyer She's the fortunetelling woman : oh Stevens, Vol; Aunt Caroline Dyer Blues; Memphis, 29 May 1930; (62541- ) Vi-23347 Jo SM-3104
Ain't so pretty : but she's the sweetest in town        Walker, Willie; South Carolina Rag; Atlanta, 6 Dec. 1930; (151065- ) Co-14578-D OJL-18
the Gulf of Mexico She's the onliest woman I            Washboard Sam; Gonna Hit the Highway; Chicago, 4 Nov. 1941; (070377-1) BB-B8997 RCA LPV-577
My little brown thinks she's the rule : now because     Williamson, Sonny Boy; Black Panter Blues; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070144- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
mad with you For she's three times seven : and          Darby, Blind; Lawdy Lawdy Worried Blues; Richmond, Ind., 7 Sept. 1929; (15566) Pm-12828 Yz L-1003
mad with you Because she's three time seven : and       Lasky, Louie; How You Want Your Rollin' Done; Chicago, 2 Apr. 1935; (C-915-C) Vo-02955 Her H-201
got a new gal : she's tight like that    I              Spand, Charlie; Good Gal; Richmond, Ind., 17 Aug. 1929; (15453) Pm-12817 Yz L-1015
bake an apple pie She's too lazy to live                Calloway, Blanche; Lazy Woman's Blues; Chicago, 9 Nov. 1925; (9458-A) OK-8279 CC-32
lazy to live : and she's too darn lazy to               Calloway, Blanche; Lazy Woman's Blues; Chicago, 9 Nov. 1925; (9458-A) OK-8279 CC-32
start to love her : she's tried to put them             McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
gal got a mojo : she's trying to keep it                McTell, Blind Willie; Scarey Day Blues; Atlanta, 23 Oct. 1931; (405003-1) OK-8936 Yz L-1037
crazy about her : now she's trying to quit poor         Wiggins, James Boodle It; Gotta Shave 'Em Dry; Grafton, Wis., c. Jan. 1930; (L-104-1) Pm-12916 Her H-205
was kind to me She's up at night : like                 Patton, Charley; It Won't Be Long; Richmond, Ind., 14 June 1929; (15220) Pm-12854 Yz L-1020
right to the ground  She's up in the front              Williamson, Sonny Boy; She Don't Love Me That Way; Chicago, 11 Dec. 1941; (070146- ) BB-34-0701 BC-3
my soul : great God she's water bound I look            Thomas, Henry; Cottonfield Blues; Chicago, c. early July 1927; (   ) Vo-1094 OJL-3
my soul pretty mama : she's water bound I look          Thomas, Henry; Don't Leave Me Here; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4624) Vo-1443 Yz L-1004
me love her : now she's way down in Tennessee           Hicks, Robert (Barbecue Bob); Me and My Whiskey; Atlanta, 3 Nov. 1929; (149346-2) Co-14507-D CC-36
be floated down But she's way on south now              Jackson, Papa Charlie; I'm Alabama Bound; Chicago, c. May 1925; (2144-2) Pm-12289 Yz L-1029
I seen charming Betsy : she's wearing the ball and      Thomas, Henry; Charmin' Betsy; Chicago, c. 7 Oct. 1929; (C-4621- ) Vo-1468 Rt RL-315
she don't love me : she's wild about Mr so-and-so       Williamson, Sonny Boy; Down South; Aurora, Ill., 13 Mar. 1938; (020117-1) BB-B7665 RCA LPV-518
moaning night and morn She's wondering : where her easy Smith, Bessie; The Yellow Dog Blues; New York, 6 May 1925; (140586-2) Co-14075-D Co CL-857
Well she's mine and she's yours : and she's somebody    Bell, Ed; Ham Bone Blues; Chicago, c. Sept. 1927; (4817-3) Pm-12524 OJL-14
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