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Artist: Elmore James
Album: The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James
Title: It Hurts Me Too

You said you was hurtin, you almost lost your mind.
Now, the man you love, he hurt you all the time.
But, when things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

You'll love him more when you should love him less.
Why lick up behind him and take his mess?
But, when things go wrong, whoa, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

He love another woman, yes, I love you,
But, you love him and stick to him like glue.
When things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

Now, he better leave you or you better put him down.
No, I won't stand to see you pushed around.
But, when things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

It Hurts Me Too

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"It Hurts Me Too" is a song written by Tampa Red and made famous by Elmore James in 1957. It became one of James' most famous songs.

As a blues standard it was covered by many artists:

  • Bob Dylan (1970)
  • Eric Burdon (1982)
  • Susan Tedeschi (1998)
  • Keb Mo (2000)

Karen Dalton, Foghat, Grateful Dead, Eric Clapton, Gov't Mule, Connie Van Dyke, Chuck Berry, The Animals and many more.

Elmore James - It hurts me too

 
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