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Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)

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bruno@js-net.com 18 Jan 99 - 06:04 AM
Jim Dixon 16 Sep 11 - 10:39 PM
Chris in Portland 17 Sep 11 - 01:25 PM
GUEST,Mary Katherine 17 Sep 11 - 04:22 PM
GUEST,Peter 13 Dec 11 - 01:45 PM
GUEST,Carter Castle 16 Jan 12 - 01:46 PM
GUEST,999 16 Jan 12 - 01:56 PM
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GUEST,Grishka 18 Jan 12 - 06:43 AM
Chris in Portland 18 Jan 12 - 03:55 PM
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Subject: What is the name of this song?
From: bruno@js-net.com
Date: 18 Jan 99 - 06:04 AM

Some years ago I used to listen to the radio station KPFK out of Los Angeles. On Saturday mornings they broadcasted a program that feature traditional American music. They used a theme song that I was not familiar with. They didn't identify its name or who the performer was. I taped it and wrote down the lyrics (as much as they played.) I would like to find out the names of the song and singer. The lyrics I recorded are as follow:

Now tell me, now, who you love
My honey, my turtle dove
Come a little closer and drink my cherry wine.
Whisper in my ear
The words I want to hear
And I'll be your daddy till the end of time.

At the break of dawn we'll both be goin', my baby
We'll get lost far across the sea
Now you can ???? in the sun...(run??)
I'll play on a marching drum
Tell your maw, tell your paw, don't worry me.

Oh, my gal's so fine
She's a friend of mine
So when you see us come
Greet us with a little brass band.

(Yodels)

Bruce Kubert (bruno@js-net.com)


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Subject: Lyr Add: SHE MADE ME LOSE MY BLUES (Paul Siebel)
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 16 Sep 11 - 10:39 PM

My transcription from a recording at YouTube:

SHE MADE ME LOSE MY BLUES
Words and music by Paul Siebel
As sung by Rick Roberts

Well I met her at the dance
Thought I'd take a chance
So I held her tight when I heard those fiddles play
And now I'm telling you
She made me lose my blues
With just one little kiss I threw them all away
I got a love so strong nothing you do could change me
Gonna let it shine just like a blinding light
Oh, but I'll be back for more
I'll be a-tapping at her door
And we'll climb the hill when the whippoorwills sing tonight

Oh, tell me now who you love
Honey, my turtledove
Come a little closer and drink my cherry wine
And if you whisper in my ear
Words I long to hear
Well, I'll be your daddy until the very end of time
At the break of dawn, we'll both be gone, my baby
We'll get lost far across the sea
You can run in the sun
And I'll play on my tin drum
Tell your ma, tell your pa that you're going away with me
You know my gal she's so fine
She's a friend of mine
When you see us comin' better greet us with a little brass band


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: Chris in Portland
Date: 17 Sep 11 - 01:25 PM

Paul Siebel wrote many great songs. Not a commercial, but you can hear him on Spotify for free. It is really amazing the range of music that they have.

I think I heard that Paul is still living on the East Coast. Great wishes that he is doing well.

And, yes, we all miss John and DeAnne, and their family!

Chris in Portland


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,Mary Katherine
Date: 17 Sep 11 - 04:22 PM

That was an early theme of Folk Music With John Davis. The show was one of the most popular on the station until it was summarily during one of the station's many management changes. During the years that I've been hosting a Saturday morning folk show there I have brought John (and his wife DeAnne) back to the station many times to guest host during my time slot, since they haven't been reinstated with a show of their own.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,Peter
Date: 13 Dec 11 - 01:45 PM

Jack Lawrence, whom I saw a number of times playing with Doc Watson, also did a great version of "She Made Me Lose My Blues" on his CD called "About Time."


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,Carter Castle
Date: 16 Jan 12 - 01:46 PM

Anyone know the chords to "Miss Cherry Lane? I"m trying to learn it from the CD but could use some help. Thanks


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,999
Date: 16 Jan 12 - 01:56 PM

Start a new thread. You'll get a better response and iot won't screw up other threads.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,999
Date: 16 Jan 12 - 01:59 PM

I've started the thread for you, Carter. Good luck.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: GUEST,Grishka
Date: 18 Jan 12 - 06:43 AM

Carter, on YouTube I found the song sung in Db major. Assuming you want guitar chords, capo on first fret, try the following chords in some iteration:

F Fm7 C
Am D
Am Fm7 C


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: She Made Me Lose My Blues (Paul Siebel)
From: Chris in Portland
Date: 18 Jan 12 - 03:55 PM

It's on Spotify too, Chris


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