Travelin' This Lonesome Road

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Travelin' This Lonesome Road-Walter Davis
Davis, piano, Big Joe Williams and Henry Townsend, guitars

I am travelin' this lonesome road, if I never get back no more
I'm travelin' this lonesome road, if I never get back no more
I have something to tell you, people, just before I go

Take care of my wife and my children, I hope to come back home someday
Take care of my wife and children, I hope to come back home someday
That racket that I am now in, Lord, I may get washed away

I'm going to rob and hi-jack, until I get satisfied
I'm going to rob and I'm going to hi-jack, until I get satisfied
And if the freight train leave me, Lord, I got a mule to ride

I's thinking about the times, when I was laying in my Mother's arms
I was thinking about the times, when I was laying in my Mother's arms
She always told me, "Son, don't you do nothing wrong."

But before I will stay to see my woman go down
Before I will stay to see my woman go down
I will pack my suitcase, while I hunt from town to town

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