Black Oak Arkansas - Singing The Blues Lyrics




I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love, dear
You got me singin' the blues

I never felt more like cryin' all night
When every things wrong
And nothin' is right without you
You got me singin' the blues

The moon and stars no longer shine
The love is gone, I thought it was mind
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry over you

I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love, dear
You got me singin' the blues

The moon and stars no longer shine
The love is gone, I thought it was mind
There's nothin' left for me to do
But cry over you

I never felt more like singin' the blues
'Cause I never thought that I'd ever lose
Your love, dear
You got me singin' the blues
This is for you, J C!





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Black Oak Arkansas Singing The Blues Comments
  1. Jeff Stamper

    Great cover of a classic country tune.... thanks again y'all for all the great memories y'all rekindle of being a teenager in central and western Arkansas in the 70's.

  2. TERRY GRANT

    good times singing da bueus

  3. Account Exec

    These guys were big in WV, way back in the days gone by.  Still sound great!

    Gary Kerns

    I've lived here all my life, and though this may seem a strange pairing, BOA and Limp Bizkit are my two favorite bands. I didn't know it till the other day, but I saw at Wikipedia that Jim "Dandy" Mangrum was actually born in  Benton Harbor, Michigan, technically making him a northerner. Not to veer too far off the subject, but though Eminem claims Detroit as home, he was born in St. Joseph, Missouri.

  4. Arbeedubya

    Nothing like Jim Dandy's vocals to conjure up images of cabins in the woods, moonshine stills, shotgun weddings, and girls in floursack dresses. They didn't do too bad for a bunch of punks who almost went to prison. I wouldn't have been surprised if the high school they stole the p.a. system from invited them back to play.

    Dale Kidd

    No they didn't!!!😎

  5. Lynda Carter

    Best version of this song ever done.

    Gary Kerns

    I think so, too. At the end, Jim Dandy says "This is for you, J.C." Who's J.C? I first heard this in 1973 on an 8-track tape (remember those?)

    Daymon Evans

    @Gary Kerns Jesus Christ I would guess

    Gary Kerns

    You know, that's been my guess all along. BTW, Jim "Dandy" Mangrum is technically a northerner, having been born in Benton Harbor, Michigan. Not to get too far off the subject, but Eminem, who claims Detroit as home, was actually born in St. Joseph, Missouri. I read that Mr. Mangrum was born in Michigan at Wikipedia.

    Gary Kerns

    Marty Robbins' version's a close second, though.

  6. Rkk O'Tilley

    boa was the equalizer at the time...loved these guys...and still do

  7. Jd Dirks

    one of my all time favorite bands.

  8. Sunshinegone100

    Thanks for sharing!

  9. JASCOBAR

    A forgotten classic album that came early in a time of SUPER CLASSIC albums.
    It was shadowed by them and forgotten fast.....even in Arkansas.

  10. old56timer

    man, great times those were ;)

  11. MrBuckwilliam

    heh-heh, my early merry wanna daze :)

  12. MaceMn

    Thank you for posting. Wonderful and bittersweet memories it brings.