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  1. Hoochie Coochie Man [import] by Muddy Waters - Vinyl LP () for $ from tramhostjatabaclemipricanarorkind.xyzinfo Blues - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. Muddy Waters - The Chess Box Album Lyrics; 1. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man: 2. Baby Please Don't Go: 3. Baby, Please Don't Go: 4. Black Night: 5. Blow Wind Blow: 6. Blues Before Sunrise: 7. Country Boy (Live At Montreux Jazz Festival ) 8. Country Boy (live) 9. Country Boy - Live: Country Boy - Live At Montreux Jazz Festival/
  3. MUDDY WATERS Hoochie Coochie Man () Addeddate Closed captioning no Identifier MUDDY_WATERS_Hoochie_Coochie_Man_ Scanner download 13 Files download 6 Original. SHOW ALL. IN COLLECTIONS. Music Video Bin. Folksoundomy: A Library of Sound.
  4. Diamonds At Your Feet Lyrics: She got to take sick and die one of these days / She got to take sick and die oh, one of these days / All the medicine I can buy, and all the doctors she can hire.
  5. Muddy Waters Lyrics "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" The gypsy woman told my mother Before I was born "You got a boy child's comin' Gon' be a son of a gun He gonna make pretty womens Jump and shout Then the world wanna know What this all about." But you know I'm him.
  6. Lyrics to 'Hoochie Coochie Man' by Muddy Waters: The gypsy woman told my mother Before I was born I got a boy child's coming He's gonna be a son of a gun He gonna make pretty womens.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hoochie Coochie Man: Complete Chess Masters, Vol. 2: - Muddy Waters on AllMusic - - The Vol. 2 .
  8. Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield, Issaquena County, Mississippi, April 4, - Westmont, Illinois, April 30, ) was an American blues musician and is generally considered "the father of Chicago Blues."His career spanned over thirty years and he produced what are considered to be some of the finest blues songs ever, such as Hoochie Coochie Man, Mannish Boy and Got My Mojo Working.

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