Actually it is not me who is singing it -- it is my 21-year-old daughter, Allegra, and we're having a ball figuring out words, chords, and enjoying this music together. A couple of years ago, I gave her one of my old computers and she asked me to leave all the music on there, so she and her friends have been having a dandy time listening to and learning songs by Rosa Henderson, Ida Cox, Victoria Spivey, the Carter Family, and other assorted old music. It's interesting, because some of the songs she is drawn to are the same ones that I was drawn to, but others, not. Although she has access to way way more material than I did. Nobody bothered to release 50 sides by Rosa Henderson in the 70s. I think the only woman blues singer whose complete works were reissued at that time was (of course) Bessie Smith -- whose voice still sends chills up my spine. What a magnificent singer!