Sugar Blues (1919)
(w) Lucy Fletcher (m) Clarence Williams (I) Clarence Williams Orch., Eva Taylor, voc. (P instrumental) Clyde McCoy (R) Fats Waller; Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
[Refrain] Sugar Blues, ev’rybody’s singing the Sugar Blues.
The whole town is ringing.
I love my coffee, I love my tea,
But the dog-gone cream turned sour on me.
I’m so unhappy, I feel so bad, I could lay me down and die.
You can say what you choose, but I’m all confused,
I’ve got the sweet, sweet sugar blues, more sugar,
I’ve got the sweet, sweet sugar blues.