Trouble In Mind
by Sister Rosetta Tharpe & Lucky Millinder And His Orchestra
Lyrics and Meaning
Trouble in mind, and I'm blue
Oh you know I won't be blue always
You know the sun is gonna shine in my back door some day
I'm going down to the river
Oh you know I'm gonna sit right down right down there, on the ground
You know if I get to thinkin' about my baby
I want to jump overboard and drown
Well I'm going back to Jackson
Oh you know to my old Jackson, Tennessee
Where you know your girls ain't doin' nothin' but makin' a fool of me
Well I'm going down to the railroad
Oh you know I'm gonna lay my head right down on the railroad iron
I'm gonna let the two-nineteen ease my worried mind
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