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Matchbox Blues Doc Watson 12-09-00 Charlotte, NC. E7 A7 E7 Out by the River, Walk down by the sea. Have Mercy. A7 E7 Out by the River, Walk down by the sea. B7 A7 E7 A7 E7 B7 I’ve got the "Matchbox" was recorded as a rockabilly song by Carl Perkins in December 1956 and by fellow Sun Records performer, Jerry Lee Lewis - who played piano on the original track - in 1958. The Carl Perkins tune shares some lyrics with 1920s blues songs by Ma Rainey and Blind Lemon Jefferson but the music is totally different. Carl Perkins - Matchbox Lyrics. Well I'm sitting here wondering, will a matchbox hold my clothes Yeah I'm sitting here wondering, will a matchbox hold my clothes I ain't go Free Blues Sheet Music . The following files are available for download via BitTorrent. Since some of these files are not in the public domain, you may only download these virtual copies, as a backup of an original that you posess.
 

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Free Blues Sheet Music . The following files are available for download via BitTorrent. Since some of these files are not in the public domain, you may only download these virtual copies, as a backup of an original that you posess. The original first line in the song is "Sittin' here wonderin' will a matchbox hold my clothes," a reference to being poor. Perkins uses this line in his version, but Ringo sings both this line and "Sittin' here watchin', matchbox hole in my clothes," which are erroneously assumed by many to be the real lyrics. Subscribe to our newsletter and receive our free sheet music. After you’ve received the password by email (check junk mail) to sign in, do NOT enter your email, click on already subscribed, then enter the password exactly as it’s written. Blind Lemon Jefferson songs for all instruments and levels. Download and print sheet music or learn how to play online. ... Sheet music for Matchbox Blues with ...
 

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In 1927 the #18 song in the charts was Matchbox Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now. The original first line in the song is "Sittin' here wonderin' will a matchbox hold my clothes," a reference to being poor. Perkins uses this line in his version, but Ringo sings both this line and "Sittin' here watchin', matchbox hole in my clothes," which are erroneously assumed by many to be the real lyrics. Print and download Matchbox sheet music composed by Carl Perkins. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in A Major (transposable). SKU: MN0056545

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Download and Print Match Box Blues sheet music for guitar (tablature) by Stevie Ray Vaughan. Tablature included, lyrics may be included. High Quality PDF to download. Considering that he was the most popular male blues recording artist of the 1920’s, we know surprisingly little about Blind Lemon Jefferson. He had recorded over 100 sides for the Paramount label from 1926 to 1929 when he died in mysterious circumstances in Chicago.