Robert Johnson CrossRoads - Cross Cream - Crossroads [Live at Winterland 1 day ago   02:39

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Robert Johnson Crossroad - http://johnomusic.net - "Cross Road Blues" is a song by the incredibly influential Blues singer, Robert Johnson. The song was originally released 1936 by Vocalion Records and has gone on to influence not only blue music but the world of music as a whole. Amazingly the original version of the song remained out of print until 1990, however has since been rediscovered by several new generations of Robert Johnson Crossroads fans. Because of it's significance, the song "Cross Road Blues", was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1998.

The following are the lyrics to Crossroad Blues by Robert Johnson.

I went down to the crossroad
fell down on my knees
I went down to the crossroad
fell down on my knees
Asked the lord above "Have mercy now
save poor Bob if you please"
Yeeooo, standin at the crossroad
tried to flag a ride
ooo ooo eee
I tried to flag a ride
Didn't nobody seem to know me babe
everybody pass me by
Standin at the crossroad babe
risin sun goin down
Standin at the crossroad babe
eee eee eee, risin sun goin down
I believe to my soul now,
Poor Bob is sinkin down
You can run, you can run
tell my friend Willie Brown
You can run, you can run
tell my friend Willie Brown
(th)'at I got the croosroad blues this mornin Lord
babe, I'm sinkin down
And I went to the crossraod momma
I looked east and west
I went to the crossraod baby
I looked east and west
Lord, I didn't have no sweet woman
ooh-well babe, in my distress

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Collette Nicole
Anyone else see the scary face to the right of Johnson starting at 0:12? And are there seriously 666 comments???? (Well, my comment just made it 667)
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The devil brought me here
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My wife is from Hazlehurst, Mississippi: Robert Johnson's birthplace. My father-in-law is related to McKinley Morganfield, aka "Muddy Waters."
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One can really say "Devil made me do it."
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We thank you for this gem Mr Johnson!!.
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one of the top reasons I picked Robert Johnson for my Black history month project this is also the song I picked XD
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changed my mind this was trash asffff
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the music was ight but they could of done better
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Dafuq is Supernation, tho???Appreciation for GENUINE Musical talent and respect for a true Pioneer who died too soon!... Brought me here.
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Don't play this song my life is end really please belive
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Cream - Crossroads [Live at Winterland Robert Johnson CrossRoads - Cross 1 day ago   04:13

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On March 10, 1968, Cream recorded a live version of "Crossroads" during a performance at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. It's my personal favorite performance of the song by any act.

I went down to the crossroads, fell down on my knees
Down to the crossroads, fell down on my knees
Asked the Lord above for mercy, "Save me if you please"

I went down to the crossroads, tried to flag a ride
Down to the crossroads, tried to flag a ride
Nobody seemed to know me, everybody passed my eye

Well I'm going down to Rosedale, take my rider by my side
Going down to Rosedale, take my rider by my side
You can still barrel house, baby, on the riverside

Going down to Rosedale, take my rider by my side
Going down to Rosedale, take my rider by my side
You can still barrel house, baby on the riverside

"You can run, you can run", tell my friend boy, Willie Brown
"Run, you can run", tell my friend boy Willie Brown
And I'm standing at the crossroads, believe I'm sinking down.