Who Sang Mighty Dark to Travel? Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys

Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys Bluegrass '87 cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1988
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country/Bluegrass
length: 2:50
producer: Emory Gordy
fiddle: Glen Duncan and Bobby Hicks
banjo: Blake Williams
baritone vocals: Jesse McReynolds
double bass: Clarence "Tater" Tate
guitar: Wayne Lewis and Jim McReynolds
lead vocals: Jim McReynolds
mandolin: Jesse McReynolds and Bill Monroe
tenor vocals: 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

CD 1
  • 1 The Long Bow
  • 2 Mighty Dark to Travel
  • 3 Music Valley Waltz
  • 4 Jekyll Island
  • 5 The Old Crossroads
  • 6 The Old Brown County Barn
  • 7 Stay Away From Me
  • 8 Bluest Man in Town
  • 9 Angels Rock Me to Sleep
  • 10 Dancin' in Brancin'

  • Release information
    label: MCA Records
    barcode: 076743131028
    script: Latin