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Subject: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: GUEST
Date: 31 Jul 06 - 01:39 PM

i was trying ot figure out the chords or tabs for woody's version of goin down the road feelin bad...i know you can play it in different keys..just wondering what ways you guys did?


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: Good Soldier Schweik
Date: 31 Jul 06 - 02:00 PM

Its normally a straight twelve bar blues, three chords c f g7. Alan Lomax, bookof american folk songs.


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Subject: Lyr Add: BLOWIN' DOWN THIS ROAD (Woody Guthrie)
From: Q
Date: 31 Jul 06 - 03:21 PM

Guthrie variant-
From "Woody Guthrie Folk Songs," Ludlow Music. Words and Music by Woody Guthrie and Lee Hays, "Going Down the Road." 1960, Hollis Music, Inc.

I'm blowing down this old dusty road
I'm blowing down this old dusty road
I'm blowing down this old dusty road, Lord, Lord.
And I ain't gonna be treated this a way.

I'm going where the water
Tastes like wine (3x)
And I ain't going
Be treated this a way.

I'm goin where them
Dust storms never blow...

They say I'm
A dust bowl refugee...

I'm looking for a job
With honest pay...

My children need
Three square meals a day...

It takes a ten dollar shoe
To fit my feet...

Your two dollar shoe
Hurts my feet...

I'm going down
This old dusty road...


I'm (Eb)blowing down this old dusty road
I'm (Ab)blowing down this old dusty road
I'm (Ab)blowing down this old dusty (Eb)road, Lord, Lord.
And I (Bb7)ain't gonna be treated this a (Eb)way.


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: alanabit
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 04:03 AM

For a beginner, it is worth mentioning that for a guitarist, Eb usually means "C" shapes, with a capo on the third fret. A lot of guitarists would also play a bass run on the fifth string in the third line (C - B - A), which some guitarists would end with a beat on Am. There are better guitarists than me on every street corner, so if this does not suit you, ask another one!


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: David C. Carter
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 04:23 AM

If you use a capo on the third fret,then play a "C" shape chord,you can play the tune itself by hammering on/off,staying in the chord shapes.Pastures Of Plenty,which I believe is in D,is another song where you can keep your fingers poised above the strings,in a "C"shape,then you chord without moving your finger possitions.
I play this using a "G"harp
Don't know if that made any sense!
David


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: DoctorJug
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 05:15 AM

Hello Guest.
Try it this way if you will. Tried and tested in countless gigs.

 C                                        C7
Goin' where the weather suits my clothes
F                               C       C7
Goin' where the weather suits my clothes
F                               C             Am
Goin' where the weather suits my clothes, lord lord, and I
G                           C
Ain't gonna be treated this way.

Enjoy!


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: DoctorJug
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 05:19 AM

Shoulda previewed that last one, the chords came out in the wrong places. Put the Am over the second "lord" and the G over "ain't" and you'll get the rest. Mea culpa.
    I think I fixed it so it's the way you wanted. I addd the <pre> tag before and the </pre> tag after the chords part, so the letters would be evenly spaced.
    -Joe Offer-


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: alanabit
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 05:34 AM

Looks good to me Scarecrow.
David: Good tip about playing the melody.
Excuse the thread drift, but isn't "Pastures of Plenty" in a minor key?


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: David C. Carter
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 05:48 AM

alanabit:Well it is,and it isn't!
I've tried it in a minor key.Didn't sound like what Guthrie was doing.But then,why should it!As I said,I play it using a"C" chord,using hammering on/off etc.It sounds to me as if he is singing
in the minor,but playing straight D.Maybe my ears aint hearing right!
I think the minor sound is created by only hitting certain strings while still holding down the "C"chord!I'm getting lost here;What do you think?
Sorry for extending the thread drift.
David


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: David C. Carter
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 05:52 AM

BTW,isn't the tune almost the same as"Pretty Polly".What's that played in.Is it in major or minor.
David


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Subject: RE: Chord Req: goin down the road feellin bad
From: alanabit
Date: 01 Aug 06 - 09:05 AM

"Pretty Polly" for sure, David. I'll have to get the guitar out and check it out for myself. Of course, if you leave out the A, the C and E notes played together will pass for either chord. Time I listened to Woody Guthrie again!


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Going down the Road Feeling Bad (Guthrie)
From: Goose Gander
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 10:34 AM

Thought these deserved to be mentioned . . .

Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
by Ruth Huber and Lois Judd

Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
by Gussie Ward

Both from Voices from the Dust Bowl.

And here's the Ballad Index entry . . .

Going Down This Road Feeling Bad

DESCRIPTION: A series of complaints, all ending "And I ain't gonna be treated this a-way." Examples: "I'm going down this road feeling bad." "I'm going where the climate suits my clothes." "I'm tired of lying in this jail." "They feed me on cornbread and beans."
AUTHOR: Unknown, although the credits for Whitter's first recording read "Austin-Mills"
EARLIEST DATE: 1923 (recording, Henry Whitter)
KEYWORDS: prison hardtimes rambling
FOUND IN: US(SE)
REFERENCES (7 citations):
BrownIII 441, "I'm Going Down This Road Feeling Bad" (1 text)
Lomax-FSUSA 72, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (1 text, 1 tune)
Scott-BoA, pp. 346-347, "Goin' Down the Road" (1 text, 1 tune)
Botkin-AmFolklr, pp. 876-877, "I'm A-Goin' down This Road Feelin' Bad" (1 text, 1 tune)
Greenway-AFP, pp. 206-207, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (1 text)
Silber-FSWB, p. 60, "I'm Going Down This Road Feeling Bad" (1 text)
DT, GOINDOWN

Roud #4958
RECORDINGS:
H. M. Barnes & his Blue Ridge Ramblers, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (Brunswick 327, 1929)
James Barton, "I'm Going Where The Climate Fits My Clothes" (OKeh 40136, 1924)
Big Bill Broonzy, "Goin' Down the Road" (on Broonzy01)
Samantha Bumgarner & Eva Davis, "Worried Blues/Georgia Blues" (Columbia 166-D, 1924)
Jack Burchett, "Chilly Winds (Lonesome Road Blues" (on WatsonAshley01)
Cliff Carlisle, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (Perfect 12935, 1933)
Fiddlin' John Carson, "Goin' Where the Climate Suits My Clothes" (OKeh 45498, 1930)
Dillard Chandler, "Going Down The Road Feeling Bad" (on Chandler01)
Cherokee Ramblers, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (Decca 5138, 1935)
George Childers, "Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad" (on FolkVisions2)
Elizabeth Cotten, "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad" (on Cotten01)
Cousin Emmy [Cynthia May Carver], "Lonesome Road Blues" (Decca 24215, 1941)
Crazy Hillbillies Band, "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad" (OKeh 45579, 1934)
Ollie Crownover & group "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 3562 B2)
Warde Ford, "I'm going down this road feelin' bad / I ain't gonna be treated this a-way / Goin' down that road feelin' bad" (AFS 4206 A2, 1938; tr.; in AMMEM/Cowell)
Woody Guthrie, "Blowin' Down This Road" (Victor 26619, 1940); "I'm Goin' Down That Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 3418 A1)
Rex & James Hardie, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 3566 A1)
Sid Harkreader, "Way Down In Jail On My Knees" (Broadway 8115, c. 1930)
The Hillbillies, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (Vocalion 5021, c. 1926)
Theophilus G. Hoskins "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 1519 A3)
Bascom Lamar Lunsford, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 1805 B1)
Ray Melton, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 1347 A2)
David Miller, "Way Down in Jail On My Knees" (Conqueror 7709, 1931)
John D. Mounce et al, "I'm a-Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad" (on MusOzarks01)
J. J. Nesse, J. C. Sutphin & Vernon Sutphin, "Lonesome Road Blues" [instrumental version] (on Stonemans01)
Pie Plant Pete [pseud. for Claude Moye], "Goin' Down the Road" (Decca 5030, 1934)
Joe Rakestraw, "Leavin' Here, Don't Know Where I'm Goin'" (on FolkVisions2)
George Reneau, "Lonesome Road Blues" (Vocalion 5029, c. 1926)
Robert Ricker, "Goin' Down This Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 3903 B5)
Roe Bros. & Morrell, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (Columbia 15199-D, 1927)
Soco Gap Band, "Lonesome Road Blues" (AAFS 3256 B3)
Gussie Ward Stine, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (AAFS 4103 B1)
Ernest Stoneman, "Lonesome Road Blues" (OKeh 45094, 1927; on TimesAint02)
Gordon Tanner, Smokey Joe Miller & Uncle John Patterson, "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (on DownYonder)
Henry Whitter, "Lonesome Road Blues" (OKeh 40015, 1924, rec. 1923); "Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad" (OKeh 40169, 1924)
Williamson Bros. & Curry, "Lonesome Road Blues" (OKeh 45146, 1927)

ALTERNATE TITLES:
Goin' Down this Old Dusty Road
Notes: Botkin credits the words of this piece to Woody Guthrie, and certainly Woody sang the song. But there is every reason to believe it predates him. - RBW
Indeed it does; the Skillet Lickers included it in their skit "A Corn Likker Still in Georgia" in about 1930, and it may have been present in Black tradition before then.
Confusingly, [Warde] Ford's version is listed in the song catalog as, "I ain't gonna be treated this a-way," although the page is headed "I'm going down this road feelin' bad." He credits learning it from "Kaintucks" in Wisconsin.
Both "Worried Blues" and "Georgia Blues," as recorded by Samantha Bumgarner & Eva Davis, incorporate enough elements of "Goin' Down This Road Feeling Bad" that I classify them here.
I place the Barton record here tentatively, as I have not heard it. The title, however, is far too suggestive to ignore. - PJS
File: LxU072

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Subject: Lyr Add: GOING DOWN THIS ROAD FEELING BAD
From: Goose Gander
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 11:43 AM

Going Down this Road Feeling Bad from California Gold

I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad,
Lord I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad,
I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad,
And I ain't gonna be treated this away.

They feed me on corn bread and cheese Lord
They feed me on corn bread and cheese
They feed me on corn bread and cheese
And I ain't gonna be treated this away

I'm goin' where that chill wind never blows
Lord I'm goin' where that chill wind never blows
I'm goin' where that chill wind never blows
And I ain't gonna be treated this away

I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes
Lord I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes
I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes
And I ain't gonna be treated this away

Sung by Warde H. Ford, Boomtown, California Dec. 38. Variants of this song have been sung for seventy years on westering high roads in America. Since 1933 it has became the song of the migrant families who were tractored out of Texas, dusted out of Oklahoma and flooded out of Arkansas.

Several other transcriptions and some sound files at the site as well.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: open mike
Date: 20 Nov 06 - 12:49 PM

i always sing
"I'm tired of this corn bread and beans"
that's how i learned it..


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 21 Nov 06 - 10:48 AM

Wondering about a source for this one . . . . With all those early recordings, I have to believe this song had some currency in the oral tradition previous to 1923. I've long had a hunch it derived from an early blues or pre-blues - I don't really have solid evidence to back that up, but I would be very surprised if Going Down the Road Feeling Bad didn't have at least one foot planted in the African-American musical tradition.

Meanwhile, here's a few more things . . . .

Folklorist Charles Todd said in an interview in 1986
"the real migration song was 'Going Down the Road Feeling Bad' . . . that was authentic, although Woody Guthrie wrote verses to it and popularized in the Cafes of Los Angeles."

From the Max Hunter collection . . .

Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad As sung by Ollie Gilbert, Mountain View, Arkansas on March 11, 1970

Going Down that Road Feeling Bad As sung by Floyd Holland, Mountain View, Arkansas on October 25, 1971

From the Wolf Folklore collection
Going Down the Road Feeling Bad no information about singer and recording


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 21 Nov 06 - 10:49 AM

Sorry, that Todd interview was from 1985.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 20 Oct 07 - 06:28 PM

K.C. RAILROAD

Ought to hear that lovin' KC blow
Oh, you ought to hear that lovin' KC blow
Blows like she never blown before

Going down that road feeling bad
Oh, I'm going down that road feeling bad
Lord, I ain't gonna be treated this-a-way

Ain't got no lovin' baby now
Lord, I ain't got no lovin' baby now
I ain't gonna be treated this-a-way

(repeat first verse)

My baby left me on that ol' KC
Oh, my baby left riding on that KC
I'll be riding if she don't come back to me

Hand me down my long-distance phone
Hand me down my long-distance phone
Ain't got no loving baby now

I'm going where the chilly winds don't blow
I'm going where the chilly winds don't blow
Lord, I ain't gonna be treated this-a-way

(repeat first verse)

(repeat second verse)

(repeat first verse)

Source:
Riley Puckett, transcribed from 'Waiting for the Evening Mail' LP (County 411). No date for the recording, but I imagine it's from the mid-1930s. I don't know where Puckett got his version; perhaps it's related to an earlier version of the more commonplace song, or maybe he just cobbled together some floating verses.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 22 Oct 07 - 02:50 PM

Here's an audio link for I'm going down this road feelin' bad by Warde For, referenced above from California Gold.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: PoppaGator
Date: 22 Oct 07 - 06:21 PM

It's not a "12-bar blues," at least not in the version(s) I know, nor according to most of the above-quoted lyrics ~ it's 16 bars (4 lines) per verse.

I'm a bit embarrassed to admit that I know this song best not as a Woody Guthrie song, but from the Grateful Dead rendition ~ even though (like Jerry himself!) I was a folk-music enthusiast long before the psychedelic era began. I strongly suspect that the Dead's version is close-enough to Woody's (discounting the instrumentation, tempo, etc.), but I'd appreciate if anyone could either verify or dispute my suspicion...


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 23 Apr 09 - 02:36 PM

Going Down the Road Feeling Bad played by Jerry Monday and Jimmy Cox on the Country Music Express Radio program over radio station WEZJ, Williamsburg, Kentucky and WBNT in Oneida, Tennessee [1969].

Source:
Digital Library of Appalachia


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Murray MacLeod
Date: 24 Apr 09 - 02:43 AM

I am puzzled too by Captain Birdseye's assertion that it is a twelve-bar blues.

Does anyone have the Alan Lomax book to which he refers and can verify that Lomax has it as a twelve bar blues ?


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Subject: Chords
From: GUEST,Riley Chandler
Date: 12 Oct 10 - 04:52 PM

Could you please send me or tell me where to find the chords for Billy Henson's "Lonesome Feeling" and "Flower in the desert" sung by Jim and Jesse?


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Jim Dixon
Date: 15 Oct 10 - 09:19 AM

Riley: It's not a good idea to add a request onto a discussion about a different song. Few people will see it, and if they respond, the thread will become a confusing hodgepodge of discussions about different songs. Its best to find an existing thread about the song you want, or else start a new thread for each song.

We have lyrics to a song called LONESOME FEELING here (click) although I'm not sure it's the one you want.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: BrooklynJay
Date: 15 Oct 10 - 03:09 PM

The song turns up on page 242 of the 1947 book Folk Song U.S.A. by John A. Lomax and Alan Lomax, edited by son Alan. It is in the key of D and the tempo is described as "moderately fast." Here are all the verses from that version:

Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad

I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad,
Lord, I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad,
Well, I'm goin' down this road feelin' bad, Lord, Lord,
An' I ain't gonna be treated thisaway.

I ain't got but one old lousy dime,
Lord, I ain't got but one old lousy dime,
Well, I ain't got but one old lousy dime, Lord, Lord,
But I'll find me a new dollar some old day.

A two dollar shoe won't fit my feet,
Lord, a two dollar shoe won't fit my feet,
Well, a two dollar shoe won't fit my feet, Lord, Lord,
'Cause I ain't gonna be treated thisaway.

Takes a ten dollar shoe to fit my feet,
Lord, takes a ten dollar shoe to fit my feet,
Well, takes a ten dollar shoe to fit my feet, Lord, Lord,
'Cause I ain't gonna be treated thisaway.

I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes,
Lord, I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes,
Well, I'm goin' where the climate suits my clothes, Lord, Lord,
'Cause I ain't gonna be treated thisaway.

I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine,
Lord, I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine,
Well, I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine, Lord, Lord,
'Cause this water round here tastes like turpentine.

I'm tired of lyin' in this jail,
Lord, I'm tired of lyin' in this jail,
Well, I'm tired of lyin' in this jail, Lord, Lord,
An' I ain't gonna be treated thisaway.

Yes, they feed me on cornbread and beans,
Lord, they feed me on cornbread and beans,
Well, they feed me on cornbread and beans, Lord, Lord,
And I ain't gonna be treated thisaway

Who'll stir your gravy when I'm gone?
Lord, who'll stir your gravy when I'm gone?
Well, who'll stir your gravy when I'm gone? Lord, Lord,
When I'm gone to my long, lonesome home--   


The only other Lomax book I have is Folk Songs of North America by Alan Lomax, but the song is not included in that volume.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Good Soldier Schweik
Date: 15 Oct 10 - 04:32 PM

its not a twelve bar my mistake, but it can be played adequately with three chords


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Goose Gander
Date: 28 Jul 11 - 01:36 AM

Going Down the Road Feeling Bad by Cliff Carlisle.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: Joe_F
Date: 28 Jul 11 - 09:15 PM

I could have sworn I heard it from Burl Ives (either on a 78 or on his radio program) when I was little. He doesn't make it into any of the lists here, tho.


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Subject: RE: Lyr/Chords: Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
From: BrooklynJay
Date: 28 Jul 11 - 11:11 PM

I first heard it when I was a child on a 1956 LP called Burl Ives Sings...For Fun. On that particular song, he was accompanied by The Andrews Sisters.

Still have the album after all these years.

Jay


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