Who Sang Hutchinson Jail? Lee Hazlewood

Lee Hazlewood Friday's Child cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1965
Genre: Pop Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country/Ballad/Vocal
length: 2:33

Cold cold cold cold it's cold in the Hutchinson Jail

[Verse 1:]
Somebody help me please I'm as helpless as can be
And I don't know what my life is comin' to
They say I shot a man but I never shot I ran
That was my first mistake I'm telling you

Ah it's cold in the Hutchinson Jail ah it's cold in the Hutchinson Jail
Yeah it's cold cold cold cold it's cold in the Hutchinson Jail

[Verse 2:]
I got a wife in Wichita and a girl in Saginaw
And they both ain't heard from me in some time
I hate to disappoint 'em both but some feller under oath
Said I did it and they believed his story not mine


[Verse 3:]
Snow's all over the ground there ain't one robin around
That I'd trust to carry a message to a friend
Guess I'll just stay here till spring sure wish I knew what's spring
They'd let me out so I can start 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