Grinder Blues

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Grinder Blues-Milton Sparks
Milton Sparks, vocal, Aaron "Pinetop" Sparks, piano, Henry Townsend, guitar in Spanish tuning

PIANO INTRO

I'm a grinding papa, I grinds every place I go
I'm a grinding papa, grinds every place I go
When I lay down at night, a grinder knocks on my door

I go at my grinding, for grindin' is so hard
I go at my grinding, oooo, grindin' is so hard
I was at my best gal's house last night to grind her, but her best man had me barred

Back, back, mama, don't you bring your jive to me
Back, back, mama, oooo, don't bring your jive to me
You got me lovin' you, kind mama, crazy as a man can be

SOLO (Spoken: Play 'em, boy, play 'em. Lord have mercy! Don't you know I got a little grinder? She lives in St. Louis. Her number's 2721 Florida Street. That little woman grinds me to death, man. I'll tell you, too. I don't love nobody but that little woman. Her name is Janie, people, that's a sweet little girl. Hey, hey, I feel a verse coming now!)

Ooooo-ooooo, I ain't gonna sing these blues no more
Ooooo-oooo, I ain't gonna sing these blues no more
I got my mind on Janie, and that's when I got to go

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