1. Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor Lyrics: Make me down a pallet on your floor / Make me down / Make me a pallet down, soft and low / Make me a pallet on your floor / I'm going up the country,
  2. Make me a pallet on your floor Make me a pallet on your floor Make it soft, make it low, so my good gal won't know Make me a pallet on your floor. (Verses attributed to Joe Parrish) I know that I'd be satisfied, If I could hop that train and ride If I make Atlanta with no place to go, Make me a pallet on your floor cho: Make me a pallet on your.
  3. Make me down a pallet on your floor Make me down a pallet on your floor Make me down a pallet soft and low When I'm broke and I got nowhere to go. Been hanging 'round with a good-time friends of mine Hanging around with a good-time friends of mine Oh, they treat me very nice and kind When I've got a dollar and a dime. We're in blues everywhere.
  4. Big Road Blues radio airs on Sundays 5 to 7 PM (EST) on WGMC Jazz and streams live on the web. The show is an exploration of traditional blues spanning the 's through the 's. Updated regularly with playlists, show notes and blues articles.
  5. From that, "Make me a pallet on your floor so your man will never know" or "Shakin' in the bed with me" came to be among the most popular of the ballads. LOMAX BELIEVES the blues was born in the Del-ta because of the isolation of the big groups of former Africans on large plantations. In their work and play they used music as a link to their past.
  6. You can preview our currently available arrangements for Make Me A Pallet On The Floor listed by instrument further down on this page. Mississippi John Hurt (also known as John Smith Hurt), Various Artists is the author of Make Me A Pallet On The Floor.. To view a specific sheet music arrangement of Make Me A Pallet On The Floor please click the preview icon further down for the specific score.
  7. Furry Lewis is a blues legend from the s who wound-up being a street sweeper in Memphis before he was rediscovered in the 60s. This CD is essentially a field recording - the material was recorded during the summer of in Lewis's Memphis apartment as he sat on his bed.3/5(1).
  8. Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor DESCRIPTION: Possibly about life in the south (Atlanta?) and the singer's desire to return or a meeting between the singer's lover and girl. Chorus: "Make me a pallet on your floor (x2), Make it soft, make it low, so my good gal won't know Make me " AUTHOR: unknown EARLIEST DATE: (version copyrighted by W.
  9. A 7-CD primer on Mississippi Delta blues with Charley Patton as the central, generative figure, this set features 5 CDs with all issued and unissued recordings by Patton and sessionmates Son House, Willie Brown, Louise Johnson, Henry ‘Son’ Sims, Bertha Lee, Delta Big Four, Buddy Boy Hawkins, Edith North Johnson, and even talent scout HC.

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