Everyday I Have the Blues (known by various titles, including “Nobody Loves Me”) is a blues song written Pinetop Sparks and his brother Marion in 1935, and first recorded that same year by Pinetop. Though it is often incorrectly ascribed to Peter Chatman (better known as Memphis Slim), who recorded it in 1949 under the title “Nobody Loves Me” The song has become a blues standard.
It has been recorded by numerous artists, and four different versions have reached the Top Ten of the Billboard R&B chart. Two of these recordings—one by the Count Basie Orchestra with Joe Williams and one by B.B. King—have received a Grammy Hall of Fame Award.
Various version of Everyday I have the blues
Here is B.B.King version, with additional bonus interview during that B.B.King share some of his tricks base on this song.
Everyday I have the blues was also recorded by Elmore James with slide guitar and it is also worth to listen. His slide is amazing. So smooth and just good.
James’ version of “Everyday I have the blues” was recorded in 1969 by Fleetwood Mac. They came out quite nicely.