Louis Armstrong, Esquire All-American Award Winners Long, Long Journey cover

Long, Long Journey
by & Esquire All-American Award Winners
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Song Meaning
Verse 1
Sometimes I feel so weary
Traveling through life all alone
Sometimes I feel so weary
Traveling through life all alone
Verse 2
It's a long, long journey
And I can't make it on my own
Verse 3
There's seven million people
Living right here in this town
There's seven million people
Living right here in this town
Verse 4
I don't need but one person
So, baby, why won't you, please, stay around?
Verse 5
When the sun turns blue
And the moon shines bright all day
When the sun turns blue
And the moon shines bright all day
Verse 6
That's the day, sweet mama
I'll let you run away
Verse 7
When the rivers stop flowing
And the trees lay down and die
I said, when the rivers stop flowing
And the trees lay down and die
Verse 8
When the stars stop shining
Then I'll say my love's goodbye
Verse 9
Now if I've been misbehaving
I promise you I'll stop
But if you quit me, mama
I swear I'll blow my top
Verse 10
It's a long, long journey
But I'll make it before I'm blue
This world can't throw me
Mama, if I still have you

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