Who Sang Four Kinds of Lonely? Lee Hazlewood

Lee Hazlewood Friday's Child cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965
Genre: Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country/Ballad/Vocal
length: 2:35

[Verse 1:]
Johnny Blaikley robbed the bank way down in El Paso
He got thirty four dollars and a sack of green stamps I know
He didn't tell nobody but his little red-headed girl friend
She turned him in again and again

And now he's four kinds of lonely three kinds of sad
Two kinds of sorry one big kind of mad kind of mad

[Verse 2:]
Mildred wadn't pretty but she had a good looking man
One night she introduced him to her best girl friend named Dan
Yeah they borrowed Mildred's car and they went down to Mexico
Got married I know Mildred told me so


[Verse 3:]
One day I let a stranger take a look at my huntin' gun
He said it sure were shiny and he wished that he had one
Well he turned round and pointed my gun straight at me and then
Said stick 'em up friend I never saw him again


12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Friday's Child
  • 2 Hutchinson Jail
  • 3 By the Way (I Still Love You)
  • 4 Four Kinds of Lonely
  • 5 Houston
  • 6 Sally Was a Good Girl
  • 7 Since You're Gone
  • 8 A Real Live Fool
  • 9 I'm Blue
  • 10 The Fool
  • 11 That Old Freight Train
  • 12 Me and Charlie