Who Sang Milkcow’s Calf Blues? Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton Me and Mr Johnson cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Robert Johnson
Release Date: 2004-3-22
Genre: Rock Blues
Style: Blues Rock
length: 3:21
membranophone: Steve Gadd
bass guitar: Nathan East
Lyrics
Tell me, milkcow, what on earth is wrong with you?
Ooh, milkcow, what on earth is wrong with you?
Now, you have a little calf, hoo hoo, and your milk is turnin' blue

Oh, your calf is hungry, I believe he needs a suck
Now, your calf is hungry, I believe he needs a suck
But your milk is turnin' blue, hoo hoo, I believe he's outta luck

Now, I feel like milkin' and my cow won't come
I feel like churnin' it and my milk won't turn
I'm cryin', please, please, don't do me wrong
If you see my milk cow, baby, now how, please, drive her home

But my milkcow been ramblin', hoo hee, for miles around
But my milkcow been ramblin', hoo hoo, for miles around
Well, now how can you suck on some other man's bull cow?
Hoo hoo, in this strange man's town

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 When You Got a Good Friend
  • 2 Little Queen of Spades
  • 3 They’re Red Hot
  • 4 Me and the Devil Blues
  • 5 Traveling Riverside Blues
  • 6 Last Fair Deal Gone Down
  • 7 Stop Breakin’ Down Blues
  • 8 Milkcow’s Calf Blues
  • 9 Kind Hearted Woman Blues
  • 10 Come On in My Kitchen
  • 11 If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day
  • 12 Love in Vain
  • 13 32‐20 Blues
  • 14 Hell Hound on My Trail

  • Release information
    label: Reprise Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 093624873020
    script: Latin