Born With The Blues Lyrics by George Jones


George Jones Lyrics

Born With The Blues Lyrics
Dad was my hero, God called him away; Mama was lonely and I was afraid. With no one to lean on, I turned to the booze; hard
times come early when you’re born with the blues.

Railroads were leaving, and airplanes were in; a great war was brewing, about to begin. Hungry and lonesome, nothing to
lose; raised in a boxcar and born with the blues.

Born with the Blues, trouble in mind; smoking and drinking, by the time I was 9. In debt from the start, still paying my
dues; crazy and lonely, and born with the blues.

In spite of the cocaine, in spite of it all, God gave me a woman to cushion the fall. You’re like Paul of the Bible:
spreading good news. A man on a journey born with the blues.

Born with the Blues, trouble in mind; smoking and drinking, by the time I was 9. In debt from the start, still paying my
dues; crazy and lonely, and born with the blues.

Crazy and lonely and born with the blues


Soundtracks / Top Hits / One Hit Wonders / TV Themes / Song Quotes / Miscellaneous