Who Sang Maggie M’Gill? The Doors

The Doors Morrison Hotel cover art
Credits
release date: 1970-2
genres: Rock Blues
styles: Blues Rock/Psychedelic Rock/Classic Rock
length: 4:24
producer: Paul A. Rothchild
engineer: Bruce Botnick
bass: Lonnie Mack
Miss Maggie M'Gill she lived on a hill;
Her daddy got drunk ang left her no will,
So she went down, down to "Tangie Town".
People down there really like to get it on.

Now, if you're sad and you're feelin' blue,
Go out and buy a brand new pair of shoes,
And you go down, down to "Tangie Town".
The people down there really like to get it on, get it on.

Illegitimate son of a rock and roll star.
Illegitimate son of a rock and roll star.
Mom met Dad in the back of a rock'n roll car.

Well, I'm an old blues man and I think that you understand.
I've been singing the blues ever since the world began.
Maggie, Maggie, Maggie M'Gill,
Roll on, roll on Maggie M'Gill.

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Roadhouse Blues
  • 2 Waiting for the Sun
  • 3 You Make Me Real
  • 4 Peace Frog
  • 5 Blue Sunday
  • 6 Ship of Fools
  • 7 Land Ho!
  • 8 The Spy
  • 9 Queen of the Highway
  • 10 Indian Summer
  • 11 Maggie M’Gill