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Published on Mar 10, 2010
Originally written as titled "Someday Baby Blues" by Sleepy John Estes in 1935. Muddy Waters later named the variation of the song later titled "Trouble No More" in 1955. The ABB arranged this on their first album and appeared on Live at Fillmore East and also Eat A Peach (1972).
Duane Allman (RIP 1946 - 1971) - Lead guitar and Slide Gregg Allman (RIP 1947 - 2017) - Vocals and organ Dickey Betts - Lead guitar Berry Oakley (RIP 1948 - 1972) - Bass Butch Trucks (RIP 1947 - 2017) - Drums Jai Johanny Johanson (Jaimoe) - Drums
Lyrics: Don't care how long you gone I don't care how long you stay It's good kind treatment Bring you home someday Someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble ... poor me ... anymore! Oh, give me trouble no more
Now you keep on bettin' That the dice won't pass Well I know and I know ... whoa ... oh, you're livin' too fast. Someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble ... poor me ... anymore! Yeah...
I'll tell everybody ... in my neighborhood You're a kind little woman ... but you don't do me no good But someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble ... poor me ... anymore!
I know you're leaving ... if you call that's gone Oh without my lovin' ... yeah Oh, you can't stay long. But someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble ... poor me ... anymore!
Well good bye baby ... Lord take my hand I don't want no woman, no ... who can't have no man But someday baby, you ain't gonna trouble ... poor me ... anymore! Trouble no more