Fogyism Lyrics

Ida Cox


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Ida Cox
album: Track 14 in album Blues Ain't Nothin' Else But...
release date: 1971
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Why do people believe in some old sign? [Repeat: x2]
To hear a hoot owl holler, someone is surely dyin'

Some will break a mirror, cry bad luck for seven years [Repeat: x2]
And if a black cat crosses them, they'll break right down in tears

To dream of muddy water, trouble is knockin' at your door [Repeat: x2]
Your man is sure to leave you, and never return no more

When your man come home evil, tell you you are getting old [Repeat: x2]
That's a true sign he's got someone else bakin' his jelly roll

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Track Listing


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 I've Got the Blues for Rampart Street
  • 2 Chattanooga Blues
  • 3 Chicago Monkey Man Blues
  • 4 Blues Ain't Nothin' Else But
  • 5 Now How Can I Miss You When I've Got Dead Aim
  • 6 I Ain't Got Nobody
  • 7 One Time Woman Blues
  • 8 How Long Daddy, How Long
  • 9 Pleading Blues
  • 10 Seven Day Blues
  • 11 Cold and Blue
  • 12 Booze Crazy Man Blues
  • 13 Broadcasting Blues
  • 14 Fogyism