Dust My Blues Lyrics - The Yardbirds

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(James)
When I get up in the morning,
I believe I dust my blues.
When I get up in the morning,
I believe I dust my blues.
My baby said she's leaving,
So I ain't got no time to lose.

Gonna write a letter,
Gonna send a telegram.
Gonna write a letter,
Gonna send her a telegram.
Gonna write and tell my baby,
Just how fool I am.

When I get up in the morning,
I believe I dust my blues.
When I get up in the morning,
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I believe I see I dust my blues.
My baby said she's leaving,
I ain't got no time to lose.







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from blues missionary David Houlgate | Reviewer: David Houlgate | 3/10/13

This song has a mysterious and enigmatic origin. The true author is unknown. We can site Robert Johnson as one of the first people to do this song and is noted as the author in music history, but I know there was some piano player in the south that did something similar at the same time. Elmore James' version stands as a definitive version with that wicked slide guitar-obviously. The title seems to pan between "Broom" and "Blues". The Yardbirds, doing many blues standards, became blues authorities in the early 60's.



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