Who Sang Bad Luck and Trouble? Johnny Winter

Johnny Winter The Progressive Blues Experiment cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1968
Genre: Rock Blues
Style: Blues Rock/Rhythm & Blues
length: 3:44
Lyrics
I believe that bad luck and trouble, man is all that joins us
I mean that bad luck and trouble, people that's all that joins us
When my bad luck quit me, Lord my trouble just began

I'm travelin' the highway, since I was a child
Nobody see no woman man, nobody seems to care
Bad luck and trouble, man is all that joins us
When my bad luck quit me, man my trouble just began

Lord I'm sittin' down and thinkin', man I'm a long, long way from home
Just sittin' down and thinkin, man I'm a long, long way from home
Think about all my good times lord and my friends all want to know
They never hurt nobody, they never done nobody wrong

Other people won't accept me they say man leave me alone
Sittin' down and thinkin', Lord I'm a long long way from home
Thinkin' about my good times, man and my friends all want to know
Yeah

Man ain't nobody has this trouble, I gonna tell nobody else
Nobody else has this trouble, man ain't gonna tell nobody else
My whole life I'm livin' baby, gonna make it by myself

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Rollin' and Tumblin'
  • 2 Tribute to Muddy
  • 3 I Got Love If You Want It
  • 4 Bad Luck and Trouble
  • 5 Help Me
  • 6 Mean Town Blues
  • 7 Broke Down Engine
  • 8 Black Cat Bone
  • 9 It's My Own Fault
  • 10 Forty-Four

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