Heptune presents:

Have You Ever Felt That Way?

    (Clarence Williams, Castleton)

Transcribed from vocals by Blanche Calloway with Ruben "River" Reeves and His River Boys, recorded September 8, 1929,
From Ruben Reeves: The Complete Vocalions 1928-1933; Timeless Records, CBC 1-039 Jazz.
Photo of Blanche Calloway
You're lookin' around,
But no one in sight;
Wondering where your baby is tonight;
Have you ever felt that way?

Now you're feeling forlorn,
You've got the boo-hoos,
Night and day you sing those weary blues;
Have you ever felt that way?

Lord, you are so downhearted,
You don't know what to do;
You ain't got nobody to tell your troubles to.

Just walking for miles,
No place to go,
Talking to yourself, but you don't know.
Have you ever felt that way?

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Published 3/1/01.


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