Who Sang It's Mighty Dark for Me to Travel? Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys

Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys The Original Bluegrass Sound cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965
length: 2:54
producer: Art Satherly
mandolin: Bill Monroe
banjo: Earl Scruggs
double bass: Howard Watts
fiddle: Chubby Wise
guitar: Lester Flatt
tenor vocals: Bill Monroe
lead vocals: Lester Flatt
composer: Bill Monroe
It's mighty dark for me to travel
For my sweetheart she is gone
The road is rough and filled with gravel
But I must journey on and on

To me she was a little angel
Sent down to me from God above
And on the day that I first met her
Then I told her of my love

Many a night we strolled together
Talking of our love so fair
My love for her will never vanish
Oh I know I'll meet her there

Traveling down this lonesome highway
Thinking of my love who's gone
Knowing soon we'll be together
She's the only love I've known

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Little Cabin Home on the Hill
  • 2 I Hear a Sweet Voice Calling
  • 3 Will You Be Loving Another Man
  • 4 When You Are Lonely
  • 5 Wicked Path of Sin
  • 6 I'm Going Back to Old Kentucky
  • 7 It's Mighty Dark for Me to Travel
  • 8 Travelin' This Lonesome Road
  • 9 Little Community Church
  • 10 Molly and Tenbrooks