Zmartwień pełną mam głowę,
E A a7
Ale ja nie skarżę się
Słońca ujrzę wnet blask
H7 E A G0 E H7
I niech wiatr pociesza mnie.
Położę się na zimnej szynie,
Ten pociąg niech uwolni mnie
Od tych myśli szalonych,
Do domu wrócić chcę.
Zmartwienia te są jak sen
Jak kolejny zwykły dzień
Słyszę jak zbliża się
Do domu wrócić chcę.
Już nie mam sił wciąż skakać,
I śmieje się, by nie płakać,
Patrzę na błękit nieba
I bluesa znów śpiewam.
ZMARTWIENIA W MEJ GŁOWIE - Sylwek Szweda
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Trouble In Mind
"Blind" Connie Williams - Trouble In Mind
Trouble In Mind Bob Wills & Merle Haggard
Lightnin' Hopkins - "Trouble in Mind"
Big Bill Broonzy - Trouble In Mind
Aretha FRANKLIN - "Trouble In Mind [Live]" (1965)
Trouble In Mind: Jug Band/Blues Songbook Demos
Nina Simone - Trouble in Mind
Hank Williams Jr. Trouble In Mind
Johnny Cash - Trouble In Mind
King Curtis - Trouble in Mind
Janis Joplin- Trouble In Mind
Hans Theessink - Trouble in Mind (Guy Stroobant at the Banjo)
Elżbieta Mielczarek - Trouble in Mind
Trouble in mind I'm blue, but I won't be blue always,
'Cause the sun gonna shine in my back door some day.
I'm gonna lay my head on a lonesome railroad line
And let that two-nineteen pacify my mind
I'm gonna lay my head on that lonesome railroad track
But when I hear that whistle, Lord I'm gonna pull it back.
Well, trouble, oh trouble on my worried mind.
When you see me laughin', I'm laughin' just to keep from cryin'.
Richard M. Jones, born Richard Marigny Jones, (13 June 1892 - 8 December 1945) was a jazz pianist, composer, band leader, and record producer. Numerous songs bear his name as author, including „Trouble in Mind”.
Jones grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jones suffered from a stiff leg and walked with a limp; fellow musicians gave him the nickname „Richard My Knee Jones” as a pun on his middle name. In his youth he played alto horn in brass bands. His main instrument, however, became the piano. By 1908 he was playing in Storyville, the red-light district of New Orleans. A few years later, he often led a small band which sometimes included Joe Oliver. Jones also worked in the bands of John Robichaux, Armand J. Piron, and Papa Celestin.
In 1918 Jones moved to Chicago. He worked as Chicago manager for publisher Clarence Williams. Jones began recording in 1923, making gramophone records as a piano soloist, accompanist to vocalists, and with his bands The Jazz Wizards and The Chicago Cosmopolitans. He recorded for Gennett, OKeh, Victor, and Paramount Records in the 1920s. He also worked for OKeh Records as Chicago supervisor of the company's „Race” (African-American) Records for most of the decade. In the 1930s he played a similar role for Decca.
Richard M. Jones worked for Mercury Records until his death.