Led Zeppelin: Travelling Riverside Blues Meaning
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Song Released: 1990
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Travelling Riverside Blues Lyrics
Asked sweet mama, "Let me a-be your kid"
She said-a, "You might get hurt if'n a-you don't a-keep it hid"
Well, uh-huh, I know my baby if I see her in the dark
I said, I know my rider if I see her in the dark
anonymous Jun 30th, 6:28pm report
why would he pay them for the song? After a number of years, property artistic creations become public domain. It's not like he did something illegal.
anonymous Oct 21st, 2018 10:43pm report
Is an old blue song, the first or second version of the lemon sign, I’m not sure which one they recorded first but it’s just a great old blues song, just like all the blues songs they ripped off and didn’t give the songwriters a nickel. I love Led Zeppelin Jimmy page but he did rip a lot of people off
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