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It takes a worried man to sing a worried song

Oh Lord It takes a worried man to sing a worried song

It takes a worried man to sing a worried song

I'm worried now

But I won't be worried long


I swam across the river, and laid me down to sleep

Oh Lord I swam across the river, and laid me down to sleep

I swam across the river, and laid me down to sleep

And when I woke

There were shackles on my feet


I asked the judge, judge what's gonna be my fine?

Oh Lord I asked the judge, judge what's gonna be my fine?

I asked the judge, judge what's gonna be my fine?

It's twenty-one years

On the Rocky Mountain Line

Audio - Virtual Campfire - Part Singing Harmonies - Acappella

Singers - Forest School Campers

See below for link to Worried Man Blues by

The Carter Family, recorded 1930.

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WORRIED MAN BLUES