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  1. Mean Talking Blues Words and Music Adapted by Woody Guthrie. I'm the meanest man that ever had a brain, All I scatter is aches and pains. I'm carbolic acid, and a poison face, And I stand flat-footed in favor of crime and disgrace. If I ever done a good deed -- I'm sorry of it. I'm mean in the East, mean in the West, Mean to the people that I.
  2. I'm the meanest man that ever had a brain, All I scatter is aches and pains. I'm carbolic acid, and a poison face, And I stand flat-footed in favor of crime and disgrace. If I ever done a good deed, I'm sorry of it. I'm mean in the East, mean in the West, Mean to the people that I like the best. I go around a-causin' lot of accidents, And I push folks down, and I cause train wrecks.
  3. Artist: Woody Guthrie. The third volume of this 4-CD series features rousing union songs, melodic Dust Bowl ballads, and unique talking blues. The liner notes inlude detailed annotation and an essay on Guthrie's life and work. TRACK LISTING: 1. Hard Travelin’ 2. Farmer-Labor Train 3. Howdjadoo 4. Ship in the Sky 5. I Ain’t Got No Home 6.
  4. Mean Talking Blues Lyrics. Well, if I can get the fat to hatin' the lean That'd tickle me more than anything I've seen Then get the colors to fightin' one another And friend against friend, and brother and sister against brother That'll be just it Everybody's brains a-boilin' in turpentine And their teeth fallin' out all up and down.
  5. Lyrics to Mean Talking Blues by Woody Guthrie from the Hard Travelin' Man album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!

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