Who Sang Bluebird? John Lee Hooker

John Lee Hooker Plays and Sings the Blues cover art
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Willie Williamson
release date: 1961
length: 3:04
composer: John Lee Hooker
lyricist: John Lee Hooker
Bluebird, please, take this letter down south for me
Oh, bluebird, take this letter down south for me
Don't you two stop flyin' till you find little Liza Belle for me

Lord, she way down, she's way down in Jackson, Tennessee
Bluebird, she's way down south in Jackson, Tennessee
She may not be home, but, please, knock upon her door

Bluebird, bluebird, please, do this for me
Oh, bluebird, please, do this for me
If you see my baby, tell her I want her to come back home to me

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Journey
  • 2 I Don't Want Your Money
  • 3 Hey Baby
  • 4 Mad Man Blues
  • 5 Bluebird
  • 6 Worried Life Blues
  • 7 Apologize
  • 8 Lonely Boy Boogie
  • 9 Please Don't Go
  • 10 Dreamin' Blues
  • 11 Hey Boogie
  • 12 Just Me and My Telephone