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Love in Vain

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Love in Vain

Love in Vain
(Robert Johnson)

 And I followed her to the station,
 Her suitcase in my hand.
 And I followed her to the station,
 Her suitcase in my hand.
 And it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell,
 When all your love's in vain.
 All my love's in vain.

 When the train pulled in the station,
 I looked her in the eyes.
 When the train pulled in the station,
 I looked her in the eyes.
 I was lonesome, felt so lonesome.
 I could not help but cry.
 All my love's in vain.

 Oh, oh. Oh, oh.
 Oh, oh, Ellie Mae.
 Oh, oh. Oh, oh.
 Ellie May's her name.
 Oh, oh. Oh, oh. Oh, oh.
 All my love's in vain.

 When the train rolled out the station,
 There were two lights on behind.
 When the train rolled out the station,
 There were two lights on behind.
 The blue light was my blues,
 The red light was my mind.
 All my love's in vain.

 Repeat first verse.

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