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Electric Worry Lyrics

Well you made me weep

And you made me moan

When you caused me to leave child

My happy home

But someday baby

You ain’t worry my life anymore



I get satisfaction

Everywhere I go

Where I lay my head

That’s where I call...

  1. anonymous
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    Jan 20th 2013 report

    This song is one part cover song, one part original. Half of each verse is taken from Mississippi Fred McDowell's "Fred's Worried Life Blues." The rest is our own concoction. When we wrote the upbeat part of the song, I couldn't hear the typical blues sentiment. Instead, it kind of became a motivational speaker slapping himself out of a stupor. The chorus "Bang! Bang! Bang! Bang! Vamanos! Vamanos!" has nothing to do with guns. It got its start long ago when Tim, and I can't recall why, said, "Vamanos! Bang! Bang!" Add a bit of John Lee Hooker and there you go. The ripping harp solo is none other than Five Horse Johnson's Eric Oblander. ”

    —Fallon


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