(What Did I Do to be so) Black and Blue Lyrics - Louis Armstrong



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Old empty bed...springs hard as lead
Feel like ol’ Ned...wished I was dead
What did I do...to be so black and blue

Even the mouse...ran from my house
They laugh at you...and scorn you too
What did I do...to be so black and blue

I'm white...inside...but, that don't help my case
’cause I...can't hide...what is in my face
(jazzman sounds)

How would it end...ain't got a friend
My only sin...is in my skin
What did I do...to be so black and blue

(instrumental break)

How would it end...ain't got a friend
My only sin...is in my skin
What did I do...to be so black and blue





Writer: Brooks, Harry / Waller, Fats / Razaf, Andy
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.



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