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  • Gypsy Blues  (1922)  by Eubie Blake 264400Gypsy BluesEubie Blake1922 This work is in the public domain in the United States because
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  • Sita Sings the Blues by Nina Paley 482029Sita Sings the BluesNina Paley Still from Sita Sings the Blues This work is released under
    471 bytes (60 words) - 03:02, 29 January 2011
  • White House Blues Traditional 370421White House BluesTraditional McKinley hollered , McKinley squalled Doc said “McKinley I can't find the cause
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  • Serenade Blues  (1922)  Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake 264298Serenade BluesNoble Sissle and Eubie Blake1922 Blues, Lawd I love them so Noble
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  • Limehouse Blues  (1922)  by Philip Braham (music) and Douglas Furber (lyrics) 567677Limehouse Bluesby Philip Braham (music) and Douglas Furber (lyrics)1922
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  • Songs by Woody Guthrie Talking Blues 14515210 of Woody Guthrie's Songs — Talking BluesWoody Guthrie TALKING BLUES If you want to get to heaven
    262 bytes (443 words) - 14:57, 2 September 2015
  • Motherless Child Blues  (1927)  by Barbecue Bob 801202Motherless Child BluesBarbecue Bob1927 If I mistreat you gal, I sure don't mean no harm.
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  • Left All Alone Again Blues  (1920)  by Jerome Kern (music) and Anne Caldwell (lyrics) 602155Left All Alone Again Bluesby Jerome Kern (music) and
    2 KB (349 words) - 18:36, 2 February 2013
  • Deep Elm Blues Anonymous 348122Deep Elm BluesAnonymous The chorus is repeated after every verse. This is the most famous version of the song
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  • The Memphis Blues  (1912)  by W. C. Handy (music) and George A. Norton (lyrics) 562913The Memphis Bluesby W. C. Handy (music) and George A. Norton
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  • (music) and Anne Caldwell (lyrics) "Blue Danube Blues" 674128Good Morning, Dearie — "Blue Danube Blues"by Jerome Kern (music) and Anne Caldwell (lyrics)1921
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  • Beale Street Blues  (1912)  by W. C. Handy 671967Beale Street BluesW. C. Handy1912 I've seen the lights of gay Broadway, Old Market Street down
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  • ←Talking Blues
    254 bytes (502 words) - 14:57, 2 September 2015
  • JACKHAMMER BLUES JACKHAMMER MAN FROM A JACKHAMMER TOWN BUILT EVERY PORT FROM THE NORTH POLE DOWN LORD GODI GOT THEM JACKHAMMER BLUES HAMMERED IN
    264 bytes (242 words) - 14:57, 2 September 2015
  • Road Feelin' Bad, also known as the Lonesome Road Blues, is an American traditional song, "a white blues of universal appeal and uncertain origin" (Ralph
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  • Gordon Byron 1425804The Works of Lord ByronGeorge Gordon Byron THE BLUES: A LITERARY ECLOGUE. ——"Nimium ne crede colori."—Virgil, [Ecl. ii.
    300 bytes (5,889 words) - 22:13, 3 January 2013
  • St. Louis Blues  (1914)  by W. C. Handy 562776St. Louis BluesW. C. Handy1914 I hate to see de ev'nin' sun go down W. C. Handy W. C. Handy St
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  • Someday Baby Blues  (1935)  by Anonymous 809228Someday Baby BluesAnonymous1935 I don't care how long you're gone, I don't care how long you stay
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  • Experience Chapter 4: The Island in the Sky Chapter 5: The Boolooroo of the Blues Chapter 6: The Sixth Snubnosed Princess Chapter 7: Ghip-Ghisizzle Proves
    4 KB (566 words) - 15:07, 3 November 2010
  • On being in the blues by Jerome K. Jerome 129417On being in the bluesJerome K. Jerome I can enjoy feeling melancholy, and there is a good deal of
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