Take a Whiff on Me
- Woody Guthrie Muleskinner Blues: The Asch Recordings, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings SFW 40101 (1997)
- Lonnie Donegan's "Have a Drink on Me" on Puttin' On the Style (1978) is a sanitized version of the song.
- The Greenbriar Boys Ragged But Right! (1964)
- The Byrds (Untitled) (1970), There Is a Season (2006), and Live at Royal Albert Hall 1971 (2008)
- The Flying Burrito Brothers The Red Album (recorded c. 1975, released 2002)
- The White Stripes Under Blackpool Lights (2004)
- Mission Mountain Wood Band In Without Knocking (1977)
- Old Crow Medicine Show: Two versions: As "Tell It to Me" on Old Crow Medicine Show (2004) and with substantially reworked lyrics as "Cocaine Habit" on Big Iron World (2006)
- Jerry Garcia (with Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions) Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions (recorded 1964, released 1998)
- Lead Belly Leadbelly ARC and Library of Congress Recordings Vol. 1 (1934–1935)
- Memphis Jug Band The Best of the Memphis Jug Band
- Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band (1975 Album, "Australia")
- Mungo Jerry (as “Have a Whiff on Me”, 1971 single)
- American Ballads and Folk Songs, John Lomax and Alan Lomax, 1934 as "Honey, Take a Whiff on Me"
- Mission Mountain Wood Band, "Take a Whiff on Me", 1970
- Aaron Parrett (25 July 2016). Montana Americana Music: Boot Stomping in Big Sky Country. Arcadia Publishing Incorporated. pp. 64–. ISBN 978-1-62585-785-9.
- Rupert Till (2 December 2010). Pop Cult: Religion and Popular Music. A&C Black. pp. 39–. ISBN 978-0-8264-4592-6.
Cocaine use was common among black labourers in the Mississippi delta where blues first emerged, and was sold in various ... 'Cocaine Habit Blues (Take a Whiff on Me)', also known as 'Tell it to Me', is usually associated with Leadbelly, ...
- Diane Holloway (2001). American History in Song: Lyrics from 1900 to 1945. Authors Choice Press. pp. 329–. ISBN 978-0-595-19331-8.
Porter wasn't the only composer writing about cocaine in 1934. Huddie Ledbetter wrote a drug song called Take a Whiff On Me. "I'se got a nickel, you'se got a dime. You buy the coke and I'll buy the wine. Cocaine's for horses and not for men.
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