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  1. 2. Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues 3. Down the Dirt Road Blues 4. Pony Blues 5. Banty Rooster Blues 6. It Won’t Be Long 7. Pea Vine Blues 8. Tom Rushen Blues 9. A Spoonful Blues Shake it & Break it (But Don’t Let it Fall Mama) Prayer of Death Part I.
  2. Lyrics to Mississippi Boweevil Blues by Gomez from the Five Men in a Hut: Singles album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Charley Patton - Mississippi Boweevil Blues Lyrics. Sees a little boll weevil keeps movin' in the, Lordie! You can plant your cotton and you won't get a half a bale, Lordie Bo weevil, bo weevi.
  4. Charley Patton - Mississippi Boweavil Blues Lyrics. Sees a little boll weevil keeps movin' in the, Lordie! You can plant your cotton and you won't get a half a bale, Lordie Bo weevil, bo wee.
  5. Mississippi Boweevil Blues lyrics. Browse for Mississippi Boweevil Blues song lyrics by entered search phrase. Choose one of the browsed Mississippi Boweevil Blues lyrics, get the lyrics and watch the video. There are 60 lyrics related to Mississippi Boweevil Blues. Related artists: Blues brothers , Blues explosion, Blues pills, Blues traveler, North mississippi allstars, Slash's blues.
  6. Giesen, James C. Boll Weevil Blues: Cotton, Myth, and Power in the American South. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Giesen, James C. “’The Truth About the Boll Weevil’: The Nature of Planter Power in the Mississippi Delta.” Environmental History 14, no. 4 (October ): Harris, J. William.
  7. Jul 06,  · Folklorists think the song originated with black people and one of the older version is the one Charley Patton sang in his recording “Mississippi Bollweavil Blues”. It was sometimes sung in a manner of a “field holler” by blacks but Leadbelly’s version, which has the “looking for a home” chorus became the most famous, the one many folksingers sang during the Folk revival.
  8. Lyrics to 'Mississippi Boweevil Blues' by Gomez. He sees a little boweevil Sees him movin' in the, Lordie, yeah Well, you can plant your cotton But you won't get a half a bale, mama, yeah.

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