Bo Weavil Blues

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Bo Weavil Blues-Kokomo Arnold
Vestapol tuning, with a slide

Boll weevil, come out of my flour barrel
Boll weevil, come out of my flour barrel
Said, there's boll weevils here, mama, boll weevils everywhere

Says, I went to my captain and I asked him for a peck of meal
Says, I went to my captain and I asked him for a peck of meal
He said, "Leave here Kokimo, you've got boll weevils in your field."

Now Mr. Weevil, how come your bill's so long?
Now Mr. Weevil, how come your bill's so long?
You done eat up all my cotton, started on my youngest corn

Says, the merchant told the doctor, "Don't sell no more C. C. pills."
Says, the merchant told the doctor, "Don't sell no more C. C. pills.
'Cause the boll weevils down here in Georgia done stopped these cotton mills."

Now Mr. Boll Weevil, if you can talk, why don't you tell?
Now Mr. Boll Weevil, if you can talk, why don't you tell?
Say, you got poor Kokimo down here in Georgia, catchin' a lotta hell

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