John Dee Holeman — Tobacco Harvest Festival

John Dee Holeman — Tobacco Harvest Festival

Renowned Piedmont blues artist John Dee Holeman performs “I Feel So Good” at the 2009 Tobacco Harvest and Hornworm Arts Festival at Duke Homestead in Durham, North Carolina.

Duration: 
5:01
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Video Transcript

John Dee Holeman (00:04)
I’ve got a letter, it come to me in by mail. My baby says she’s a coming home and I hope that she don’t fail. You know I feel so good. Feel so good. Well I feel so good, I feel like ballin jack.

(00:29)
I feel so good. I hope I always will. I feel like Jack take out Jenny, baby, back way behind the hill. You know I feel so good. Feel so good. Well I feel so good, feel like ballin jack.

(01:13)
I got me a letter. It come to me in by mail. My baby said she’s a coming home and I hope that she don’t fail. I feel so good. Feel so good. Well I feel so good I feel like I wanna ball the jack.

(01:40)
I feel so good. I hope I always will. I feel like I just get out of jail, above there behind the hill. I feel so good. I feel so good. Well I feel so good I feel like ballin jack.

(03:04)
[Humming]

(03:22)
Mama she told me, Papa told me too. I tell ya blew you a singing job, and that’ll be the death of you. I feel so good. Feel so good. Well I feel so good, I feel like ballin jack.

(04:45)
I got me a letter. It tumbled in by mail. My baby says she’s a coming home and I hope that she don’t fail because I feel so good. Feel so good. Well I feel so good well I feel like ballin jack.

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