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A classic twelve bar blues song, first recorded by Robert Johnson in a Dallas, Texas hotel room on June 20, 1937.


Now, she is a little queen of spades, and the men will not let her be.
Hoo ooo hoo, she is the little queen of spades, and the men will not let her be.
Everytime she makes a spread, hoo fair brown, cold chill just runs all over me.

Well, I'm gonna get me a gamblin' woman, if its the last thing that I do.
Hoo hee, I'm gonna get me a gamblin' woman, if its the last thing that I do.
A man don't need a woman, hoo fair brown, he got to give all of his money to.

Well everybody say she got a mojo, baby, you've been using that stuff.
Hmm hmm, everybody say she got a mojo, 'cause she been using that stuff.
She got a way of trimmin' down, hoo fair brown, babe, and I mean it's most too tough.

Well now little girl, since I am the king, fair brown, and you is a queen,
Hoo ooo oo, since I am the king, baby, and you is a queen,
Let's we put our heads together, hoo fair brown, then we can make our money green.

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