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  • Lord Lord got those Brown’s Ferry Blues His knees knock together but he’s raring to go Lord Lord got those Brown’s Ferry Blues.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Brown's Ferry Blues - The Delmore Brothers on AllMusic - - One has to separate the confusion created by 8/
  • Brown’s Ferry Blues Words and music possibly traditional, attributed to Alton and Rabon Delmore. Hard luck papa can’t stand his ground, He was a good papa, but he done gone down.
  • Brown's Ferry Blues Lyrics: Hard little poppa can't stand his ground / He wants good pop, but he's done gone down / Lord, lord, he got them brown's ferry blues / Hard little poppa standing in the.
  • Lord lord got those Brown's Ferry Blues Hard luck poppa standing in the rain If the world was corn he couldn't buy grain Lord Lord got those Brown's Ferry Blues.
  • Lyrics to 'Brown's Ferry Blues' by Doc Watson. Hard luck poppa counting his toes You can smell his feet wherever he goes Lord, lord, got those Brown's Ferry Blues Hard luck poppa don't do his stiff Trouble with him he's been too rough.
  • Brown's Ferry Blues Denmore Brothers East Virginia Blues Banjo tuned E, Capo 3, Key of: G Fast Tempo G C Hard luck poppa counting his toes G You can smell his feet wherever he goes D7 G Lord, lord, got those Brown's Ferry Blues C Hard luck poppa don't do his stuff G Trouble with him he's been too rough D7 G Lord, lord, got those Brown's Ferry Blues Two old maids a-sitting in the sand Each one .
  • Over the course of their careers, the Delmores wrote more than one thousand songs. Some of the most popular were "Brown's Ferry Blues," "Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar" and "Fifteen Miles from Birmingham." Their guitar-based recordings were key in establishing the guitar as central in country and, later, rockabilly and rock and roll.

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