Who Sang Blind Love? B.B. King

B.B. King Singin' the Blues cover art

Some other versions of "Blind Love"
Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Jules Bihari, Riley B. King
release date: 1956
genres: Blues
styles: Modern Electric Blues
length: 2:56
People, I was standing at my window
Tears running all down my cheeks
Yes, standing at my window
Tears running all down my cheeks

Well, I could see the woman I`m loving
Stopping everyone in the world she meets
Well, standing on the corner
Between 35th and Main

Well, standing on the corner, people
Between 35th and Main
Yeah, that`s where a blind man`s seen my woman
People, a dumb man called her name

He said, "Oh, I`m blind
You brought eyesight and made me see"
"Oh, I`m blind
You brought eyesight and made me see"

Yes, and the dumb man asked a question
"Woman, who may your good man be?"
Yes, I`m standing by trembling, people
People, my heart`s laying in my hand

I`m standing by trembling, darling
With my heart`s laying in my hand
Well, I could hear my baby say
"Lord, I ain`t got no man"



Tracklist
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Please Love Me
  • 2 You Upset Me Baby
  • 3 Everyday I Have the Blues
  • 4 Bad Luck
  • 5 3 O'Clock Blues
  • 6 Blind Love
  • 7 Woke Up This Morning
  • 8 You Know I Love You
  • 9 Sweet Little Angel
  • 10 Ten Long Years
  • 11 Did You Ever Love a Women
  • 12 Crying Won't Help You

  • Album Information
    label: Crown Records
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin