White Man Sings The Blues

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White Man Sings The Blues

Down in Louisiana
Cotton grows so high
The sun burns your back
But you don't ask why

White man comes along
Never paid his dues
He never suffered
He's never paid his dues
And the white man,
Sings the blues
And the white man,
Sings the blues

Mississippi burning
Black man takes his toll
Cruel to the bone
He sings from his soul

North to Chicago
B.B plays his blues
Oh you know he suffered
He really paid his dues
And the white man,
Sings the blues
And the white man,
Sings the blues

Black man calling out the blues
He always seems to lose
Black man calling out his song
He'd never do you wrong


Lyrics by Allan Parkinson ©2012

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from Fire Burns Inside, released October 1, 2012
Music & Words By Allan Parkinson

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Allan Parkinson Lancashire, UK

The late Allan Parkinson was one of the finest blues, rock guitarists and songwriters in the north of England. His emotive, fiery guitar playing enthralled audiences for decades. An original member of the Lancashire 70's group Slack Alice, Allan also had local success in Do-It in the 80's and 90's. Allan died on stage with his son, James and band 'Dark Horse' in his hometown, May 2017. ... more

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