9 thoughts on “ Lay Some Flowers On My Grave ”

  1. rows · You must lay some flowers on my grave You must lay some flowers on my grave My .
  2. Lyrics to 'Lay Some Flowers On My Grave' by Blind Willie McTell. You must lay some flowers on my grave You must lay some flowers on my grave My mother and father have gone Left me in this world alone You must lay some flowers on my grave.
  3. You just lay some flowers on my grave Now when I'm gone, come no more And [Incomprehensible] When you hear that coughing sound You'll know McTell is in the ground Hot mama, lay some flowers on my grave Now when the poor boy's dead and gone I'm left in this old world all alone When you hear that church bell toll You'll know McTell's dead and gone Hot mama, lay some flowers on my grave.
  4. You must lay some flowers on my grave. Put a wreath of flowers at my right side. Then you'll know that McTell's satisfied. Put a bouquet in my breast. You know poor boy's gone to rest. You must.
  5. Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Lay Some Flowers On My Grave · Josh White Josh White Vol. 1 ℗ Document Records Released on:
  6. You must lay some flowers on my grave You must lay some flowers on my grave My mother and father have gone Left me in this world alone You must lay some flowers on my grave My father was a roll sport and a gambler too And he loved makin' and just singin' the blues I hope my heart will change I don't want to die the same You must lay some flowers on my grave Put a wreath of flowers at my .
  7. Oct 05,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Lay Some Flowers on My Grave · Blind Willie McTell The Ultimate Collection ℗ Goldenlane Records Released.
  8. Jan 01,  · Lay Some Flowers On My Grave. Blind Willie McTell. From the Album Blind Willie McTell -Statesboro Blues - The Early Years January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now.
  9. You must lay some flowers on my grave My father was a roll sport and a gambler too And he loved makin' and just singin' the blues I hope my heart will change I don't want to die the same You must lay some flowers on my grave Put a wreath of flowers at my right side Then you'll know that Mctell's satisfied Put a bouquet in my breast You know poor boy's gone to rest You must lay some flowers on .

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