• Artist: Doña Oxford
  • Title: Rowena Said...
  • Genre: Blues - Electric
  • Mood: Aggressive/Edgy, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/6/2011
  • Lyric themes: Giving Advice, Redemption, Heaven Afterlife, Optimism
  • Lyric hook: Go on home everybody just go on home, Rowena Blackbrown, well she wrote this on her stone
  • Lyrics: Rowena Said, when she was dead Don’t want no bawlin’ over this old head Don’ want you to weep, don’t want you to sob I may have found myself a better Job So go on home, everybody just go on home Rowena Edelbrock Brown, well she wrote this on her stone Don’t bring me no flowers, or roses of read Don’t bring me no doctor, It’s too late, I’m dead I don’t want you looking at me so blue Who knows, I might be better off than you So go on home, everybody just go on home Rowena Edelbrock Brown, well she wrote this on her stone I’m gone and buried and I ain’t in no paid I’ve got an awful, awful lot to gain So tell everybody that I’m doing just fine And please stop walking over this grave of mine, So go on home, everybody just go on home Rowena Edelbrock Brown, well she wrote this on her stone
  • Keywords: funky, punching, aggressive, Bass, Bluesy, Guitar, punchy

About Doña Oxford

Doña Oxford

Los Angeles, CA United States

Doña Oxford

In a dramatic scene reminiscent of the life story of many a blues legend, Doña Oxford was born in a parking lot in the back seat of an old Chevrolet. Although the event perhaps falls short of qualifying as the stuff of fable (since it occurred not in the Mississippi Delta, but outside a hospital on New York City’s ritzy Upper West Side), Doña’s impatience to enter the world was an early indication of the ...

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