Bye-Bye Blues

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Bye-Bye Blues-Yank Rachell
Yank Rachell, guitar in G position, standard tuning and vocal, Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica, Alfred Elkins, bass cano, Washboard Sam, washboard

INTRO (Spoken: Come in here about half past four, you gonna tell me somethin', before I go! Bang that door! I'm gon' ruin you!)

Hear you come in this mornin', baby, 'bout half past four. I believe you got a note for your man done meet you 'bout half past four, why
REFRAIN: Bye-bye, bye-bye, yes, mama, bye-bye

I got that note, woman, that you put on your gate, you want your man to meet you, Lord, 'bout half past eight, but
REFRAIN: Bye-bye, it's bye-bye, yes, and, baby, bye-bye

Woman, you think you're sharp, think you're sharp as a pin, I'm gon' knock you down, baby, I'm gon' drag you all over my land, bye
REFRAIN: Bye-bye, bye-bye, yes, mama, bye-bye

And it's bye-bye, baby, bye-bye, I hate to leave you, babe, with tears standin' in your eye, but it's
REFRAIN: Bye-bye, bye-bye, yes, mama, bye-bye

SOLO (Spoken: Yeah, it's bye-bye. Play it for me once, boy!)

I'm gon' tell you somethin', I don't want your man to know, please don't tell your mama, and don't tell your papa 'fore I go, but it's
REFRAIN: Bye-bye, bye-bye, yes, mama, bye-bye

It's bye-bye, bye, with tears standin' in your eye, I hate to leave you, babe, but I will say bye-bye-bye
REFRAIN: It's bye-bye, it's bye-bye, yes, mama, bye-bye

SOLO (Spoken: Yeah, it's bye-bye. Play it now!)

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