Who Sang Washday Blues? Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton My Favorite Songwriter: Porter Wagoner cover art
release date: 1972-10-29
length: 2:04
composer: Porter Wagoner
lyricist: Porter Wagoner
Now blue Monday washday I look like a lady hobo
Just rubbin' and a scrubbin' and a raisin' 'em out
I gotta hang 'em out early I hope the sun comes out
(Wash 'em out ring 'em out hang 'em on the line
Get a little tired just think about the good times) washday blues

Now I ain't never been very lucky I ain't never won a prize
But I'd like to get a job on TV for some of that soap they advertise
Rubbin' and scrubbin...

Well that good lookin' good lovin' no good man of mine
Could buy me a washin' machine
But he spends all his money on payday to make me look like a queen
Now rubbin' and scrubbin'...

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Lonely Comin’ Down
  • 2 Do You Hear the Robins Sing
  • 3 What Ain’t to Be, Just Might Happen
  • 4 The Bird That Never Flew
  • 5 Comes and Goes
  • 6 Washday Blues
  • 7 When I Sing for Him
  • 8 He Left Me Love
  • 9 Oh, He’s Everywhere
  • 10 Still on Your Mind