Worried Man Blues (3:04)

Cover of The Very Best of Woody Guthrie

From The Very Best of Woody Guthrie and 76 other releases

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It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
I'm worried now but I won't be worried long

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  • goldenradio1

    He could write an ablum of songs with a jug of wine : - )

    11 Feb 8:33pm Reply
  • Roy1968Wood

    My younger brother and I were probably the only ones in rural Kansas - our age, anyway - who were buying and listening to Woodie Guthrie records in the very early 60's. We both picked up on Bob Dylan's music in 1962 when we recognized the reverence and respect he had for Guthrie. His songs can still resonate in today's environment.

    19 Jan 2013 Reply
  • BlueOclock

    This machine feeds termites!

    21 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Druid66

    Read his autobiography, "Bound For Glory", if you want a real, first-person account of the Great Depression.

    29 Jun 2012 Reply
  • PattySauce

    Woody was a hero!! Great storytelling

    4 Apr 2012 Reply
  • crisa-bour

    almost as good as gary moore

    20 Jan 2010 Reply
  • polymetrojim

    Cuando escuche a Leadbelly su voz me transporto a los campo de trigos de chicago...

    9 Oct 2009 Reply


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  • ElwoodLee

    One of the first songs I learned to "pick" when I was 8 years old... I'd been playing guitar for about a year. Woody was my second "guitar hero"... after my grandfather.

    19 Jan 2009 Reply

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