Who Sang Fannie Mae? Buster Brown

Buster Brown New King of the Blues cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1961
Genre: Blues
Some other versions of "Fannie Mae"

Lyrics
Well I want somebody to tell me what's wrong with me
I want somebody to tell me what's wrong with me
Oh I ain't in any trouble and so much misery
Now Fannie Mae, baby won't you please come home
Fannie Mae ae ae, baby won't you please come home
Yeah I ain't been in debt baby since you been gone
I can hear your name a ringin' on down the line
I can hear your name a ringin' on down the line
I want to know pretty love how do I win my time

I no o o o for me, I no-o-o-o for me
Well I ain't been in trouble and so much misery

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Fannie Mae
  • 2 John Henry
  • 3 Madison
  • 4 St. Louis Blues
  • 5 When Things Go Wrong
  • 6 Lost in a Dream
  • 7 Is You Is or Is You Ain't
  • 8 Don't Dog Your Woman
  • 9 Blue Berry Hill
  • 10 Sincerely
  • 11 I'm Goin' but I'll Be Back

  • Release information
    label: Fire Records
    country(area): United States
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin