John Dee Holeman — Tobacco Harvest Festival

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5:01
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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.

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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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