Heptune presents:

Travelin' All Alone

   (Johnson)

Transcribed from vocals by George Thomas with McKinney's Cotton Pickers, recorded Feb. 3, 1930;
From McKinney's Cotton Pickers, 1929-1930, The Chronological Classics, 625.

Photo of Don Redman

I'm so wearied and all alone,
Seems I'm tired like heavy stone,
Travelin', travelin', travelin', travelin'
All alone.

Who will see and who will care
'Bout the load that I must bear,
Travelin', travelin', travelin', travelin'
All alone.

Cries I send to heaven above,
'Bout my burden, woe and love,
Head bowed down with misery,
Nothing now appeals to me.

Travelin', travelin', travelin', travelin'
All alone.
I'm travelin' all alone.


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Published 6/19/01.


 


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