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5/5/2009 · [Intro] E A E B7 E / E I went down to the river to watch the fish swim by; A B7 E But I got to the river so lonesome I wanted to die..., oh lord! B7 E And then I jumped in the river, but the
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How long, how how long, baby how long? I could see the green grass growing on the hill; I ain't seen no greenback on a dollar bill. How long, how how long, baby how long? You're gonna be sorry you feel so blue. When you want me, baby, I declare I want, want you. How long, how how long, baby how long? Don't have no money for to ride the train.
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How Long Blues Tabs - Eric Clapton, version (1). Play How Long Blues Tabs using simple video lessons. Home » E » Eric Clapton » ... ↑ Back to top | Tablatures and chords for acoustic guitar and electric guitar, ukulele, drums are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or ...
How Long, How Long Blues was recorded by the American blues duo Leroy Carr and Scrapper Blackwell in 1928. The song was one of the first blues standards, and was recorded numerous times since ...
Lyrics to 'How Long Blues' by Eric Clapton. How long, baby how long / Has that evening train been gone? / How long, how how long, baby how long? / Went to the
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The blues song Five Long Years with lyrics and guitar chords. Five Long Years was written by Eddie Boyd in 1952. Called one of the “few postwar blues standards retained universal appeal”. Recorded by B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, The Yard Birds and Buddy Guy among many others.