Who Sang Muddy Water? Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin Yeah!!! cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Harry Richman, Jo Trent, Peter Derose
release date: 1965-5-17
length: 2:22
bass: James Richardson
membranophone: Hindal Butts
guitar: Kenny Burrell
piano: Ted Harris
vocal: Aretha Franklin
Look out for me oh muddy water your mysteries are deep and wide
And I got a need for going some place
And I got a need to climb upon your back and ride
Look for me when you see me comin' I may be runnin' I don't know
I may be tired and runnin' fever but I'll be headed south to the mouth of the Ohio
So look out for me oh muddy water

Well I been down to the pain and sorrow I thought no tomorrow's comin' in
So I put my pole to the river bottom
And I've got to hide some place and find myself again
Look out for me oh muddy water
Look out for me oh muddy water

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 This Could Be the Start of Something
  • 2 Once in a Lifetime
  • 3 Misty
  • 4 More
  • 5 There Is No Greater Love
  • 6 Muddy Water
  • 7 If I Had a Hammer
  • 8 Impossible
  • 9 Today I Love Ev'rybody
  • 10 Without the One You Love
  • 11 Trouble in Mind
  • 12 Love for Sale

  • Album Information
    label: Columbia
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin