Soulville / Evil Gal Blues / Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning – 7″ EP France – 1965

Audio  –  Video

Title  Soulville / Evil Gal Blues / Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning
Label  CBS
Catalogue #  EP 5856
Format  7″ EP – 45 RPM
Year  1965
Country  France

A1  Soulville  [Titus Turner, Henry Glover, Morris Levy, Dinah Washington]
A2  Evil Gal Blues  [Leonard Feather]
B1  Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning  [Tom Delaney, Pearl Delaney]

Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning – Lyrics

Title  Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning
Composer  Tom Delaney, Pearl Delaney
Composition’s Year  1924
First Recording Artist  Margaret Johnson with Clarence Williams’ Blue Five
Aretha’s First Recording Year  1964

Lyrics
Nobody knows, nobody knows the way I feel this morning
I said, nobody knows the way I feel this morning

Well, if I only had my way, let me tell you that
The graveyard would be the place where my man would lay
Nobody, nobody knows the way I feel this morning

Well I pawned everything
Pawned everything I had this morning, everything, everything
Said that I pawned everything
Everything that I had this morning, yes, I did

I pawned my ring, my gold watch and chain
Let me tell you I mighta pawned myself, but I
I’ve got just a, just a little bit of shame
Nobody knows, nobody knows the way I feel this morning

Well, I feel like screaming
Screaming and crying this morning, yeah, this morning
Said that I, I feel like I could scream and cry, oh, yes, I do
Scream and cry this morning, scream early this morning

I feel like I could scream and cry
Don’t you know I’m just a little too cold hearted, I’d
I’d rather lay right down here and die
Nobody, nobody knows, nobody understands
How I really, really feel this morning, oh, early this morning

And I’m, and I’m, and I’m leaving here, leaving
Leaving here on a southbound train this morning
Oh, yes, I am, early this morning
Said that, I’m, oh, oh, oh yeah, I’m leaving here, yeah, yeah
Leaving here on a southbound train this morning, oh, yes, I am
I’m going all the way south

Well, I am leaving here, leaving here on a southbound train
And let me tell you that nothing is ever gonna bring your sweet, sweet baby back again
Nobody, nobody knows, nobody knows the way I feel this morn, morning, morning

Català – Ningú Sap Com Em Sento Aquest Matí
Ningú sap, ningú sap com em sento aquest matí
He dit, ningú sap com em sento aquest matí

Bé, si pugués fer la meva, deixa’m dir-te que
El cementiri seria el lloc on el meu home estaria
Ningú, ningú sap com em sento aquest matí

Bé, ho he empenyorat tot
He empenyorat tot el que tenia aquest matí, tot, tot
Et dic que ho he empenyorat tot
Tot el que tenia aquest matí, sí, ho he fet

He empenyorat el meu anell, el rellotge d’or i la cadena
Deixa’m dir-te que em podria haver empenyorat a mi mateixa, però he
He tingut, he tingut només una mica de vergonya
Ningú sap, ningú sap com em sento aquest matí

Bé, sento ganes de cridar
Cridar i plorar aquest matí, sí, aquest matí,
Dic que, em sento com si pogués cridar i plorar, oh, sí, és així
Cridar i plorar aquest matí, cridar aquesta matinada

Em sento com si pogués cridar i plorar
Saps que sóc una mica massa de cor fred, prefereixo
Prefereixo quedar-me aquí sota i morir
Ningú, ningú sap, ningú entén
Com, realment, realment, em sento aquest matí, oh, aquesta matinada

I estic, i estic, i estic marxant d’aquí, marxant
Marxant d’aquí en un tren cap al sud aquest matí
Oh, sí, jo, aquest matí d’hora
Dic que, hi estic, oh, oh, oh, sí, marxant d’aquí, sí, sí
Marxant d’aquí en un tren cap al sud aquest matí, oh, sí, hi estic
Vaig camí cap al sud

Bé, me’n vaig d’aquí, me’n vaig aquí en un tren cap al sud
I deixa’m dir-te que mai més res no et tornarà la teva dolça, dolça nena
Ningú, ningú sap, ningú sap com em sento aquest ma, matí, matí

Unforgettable – 7″ EP 33 RPM – 1964

Audio A  –  Audio B  –  Video A  –  Video B

Title  Unforgettable
Label  Columbia
Catalogue #  7-8963
Format  7″ EP – 33 RPM – Stereo Seven Series
Year  1964
Country  USA

A1  Unforgettable  [Irving Gordon]
A2  Nobody Knows The Way I Feel This Morning (Part I & Part II)  [Tom Delaney, Pearl Delaney]
B1  Evil Gal Blues  [Leonard Feather]
B2  Don’t Say You’re Sorry Again  [Lee Pearl, Art Berman, Eugene West]
B3  What A Diff’rence A Day Made  [Stanley Adams, Maria Mendez Grever]