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Bright Lights Big City - Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights Big City/Im Mr. Luck (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bright Lights, Big City on Discogs.4/5(2).
  2. Bright lights, big city Gone to my baby's head Bright lights, big city Gone to my baby's head I'd tried to tell the woman But she doesn't believe a word I said Go light pretty baby Gonna need my help some day It's all right pretty baby Gonna need my .
  3. One of the many "best of Jimmy Reed " albums released over the years, Bright Lights, Big City is a song CD that the independent Chameleon put out in for its Vee-Jay Hall of Fame series.6/
  4. The bright lights, and big city! The bright lights, and big city! The bright lights, and big city! The bright lights, and big city! This is a dream of a hustler (like a nightmare!) I had the butter and the fiends was in love with us (that fishscale!) We copped the gutta, not a team that could fuck with us! (dipset!).
  5. About Bright Lights, Big City "Bright Lights, Big City" is a classic blues song which was written and first recorded by American bluesman Jimmy Reed in Besides being "an integral part of the standard blues repertoire", "Bright Lights, Big City" has appealed to a variety of artists, including country and rock musicians, who have recorded.
  6. Oct 02,  · Go ahead pretty baby, honey knock yourself out E7 D7 A I still love you baby, Cause you don't know what it's all about A Bright lights, big city, Went to my baby's head D7 A Oh the Bright lights, big city, Went to my baby's head E7 D7 A I hope you remember, some of those things I said/5(39).
  7. Bright lights, big city They've gone to my baby's head Bright lights, big city They've gone to my baby's head Don't wanna try to tell a woman But she don't believe the words I said Alright, pretty baby Gonna need my help someday Alright, pretty baby Gonna need my help someday You're gonna wish you haven't listened To some of other things I said.
  8. Bright Lights, Big City Performed by Jimmy Reed Courtesy of Vee Jay Records Words & Music by Jimmy Reed From the album "Jimmy Reed At Carnegie Hall" ().

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