Mississippi john hurt payday

mississippi john hurt payday

Pay Day Lyrics: Yeah, I did all I can do, and I can't get along with you / I'm gonna take you to your mama, pay day / Pay day, pay day / Well, the rabbit in a log, I ain't got no rabbit dog / And Yeah, I did all I can do and I can't get along with you I'm gonna take you to your mama Pay day, pay day, pay day Well, the rabbit in a log, I ain't got no rabbit dog And I hate to see that rabbit get away Get away Baby, did all I can do and I can't get along with you I'm gonna take you to your mama Pay day Just about a week ago I'm gonna keep my skillet1 greasy if I can If I can, if I can. Mississippi John Hurt song lyrics collection. Browse 123 lyrics and 938 Mississippi John Hurt albums. Payday This song is by Mississippi John Hurt and appears on the album Volume One of a Legacy (1975). Become A Better Singer In Only 30 Days, With Easy Video Lessons! Yeah, I did all I can do, and I can't get along with you I'm gonna take you to your mama, pay day Pay day, pay day Well, the rabbit in a log, I ain't got no rabbit dog And I hate to see that rabbit get away Get away Baby, did all I can do, and I can't get along with you I'm gonna take you to your mama, pay day Just about a week. Lyrics to 'Pay Day' by Mississippi John Hurt. 8 Things You Didn't Know About Drake; XXXTENTACION - SAD! (Official Music Video) This is a gentle song showing that John Hurt improved with age. Mississippi John Hurt was tracked down by blues scholar,Tom Hoskins in 1963, from an ancient. Pay Day This song is by Mississippi John Hurt and appears on the album Today! (1966). John Smith Hurt (March 8, 1893 – November 2, 1966), better known as Mississippi John Hurt, was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself to play the guitar around the age of nine.He worked as a sharecropper and began playing at dances and parties, singing to a melodious fingerpicked accompaniment. Pay Day Tab by Mississippi John Hurt with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal