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James Infirmary Cab Calloway Miscellaneous Album songs 1. Doin' The New Low Down 3. Are You Hep to the Jive?

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St. James Infirmary Blues

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St. James Infirmary Blues

It was down in Old Joe's barroom On the corner by the square There drinks were served as usual. And usual crowd was there On my right stood old joe McGuinny His eyes were bloodshot red As he turned to the crowd And these are the very words he said: I went down to the St. James Infirmary My babe, my babe - there she lay Stretched out on a cold, cold white table So cold, so fine, so fair Let her go, let her go, God bless her Wherever, wherever she may be She may search that all wide world over But she'll never find another man like me I went down to the St. James Infirmary My babe, my babe - there she lay Stretched out on a cold, cold white table So cold, so fine, so fair Let her go, let her go, God bless her Wherever, wherever she may be She may search that all wide world over But she'll never find another man like me But she'll never find another sweet man like me But she'll never never never find another sweet man like me No, she'll never find another man like me. You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial.

We played this album, loud, in our house while I was a child. My siblings and I knew all the words to every song.

The first known recording of St. James infirmary Blues came in Recorded in a minor key, its melody featured eight bars as opposed to the standard twelve so common in the blues. These subtle shifts away from the blues signaled a larger shift in the world of popular music.

January 20, by nonotes. I went down to St. James Infirmary, Saw my baby there. She was stretched out on a long white table, so sweet, So cold, so bare.

I went down to St. James Infirmary I saw my baby there She was strerched out on a long white table So cold, so sweet, so fair. Let her go, let her go, God bless her Wherever she may be She can look this wide world over But she'll never find another sweet man like me. When I die bury me in straight lace shoes A box back coat and a Stetson hat Put a twenty dollar gold piece on my watch chain So the boys'll know that I died standing pat. Let her go, let ger go, God bless her Wherever she may be She can look this wide world over But she'll never find another sweet man like me.

How it works. Clone Database. Connect to API. Data Schema. James Infirmary. It was down by old Joe's barroom, on the corner of the square They were serving drinks as usual, and the usual crowd was there On my left stood Big Joe McKennedy, and his eyes were bloodshot red And he turned his face to the people, these were the very words he said I was down to St. James infirmary, I saw my baby there She was stretched out on a long white table, So sweet, cool and so fair Let her go, let her go, God bless her Wherever she may be She may search this whole wide world over Never find a sweeter man as me When I die please bury me in my high top Stetson hat Put a twenty dollar gold piece on my watch chain The gang'll know I died standing pat Let her go, let her go God bless her Wherever she may be She may search this wide world over Never find a sweeter man as me I want six crapshooters to be my pallbearers Three pretty women to sing a song Stick a jazz band on my hearse wagon Raise hell as I stroll along Let her go Let her go God bless her Wherever she may be She may search this whole wide World over She'll never find a sweeter Man as me.

Jan 20, - She was stretched out on a long white table, so sweet, So cold, so bare. Let her go, let her go, God wide world over, She ain't never gonna find another man like me. But she'll never find another like me. I'm not quite sure.

James Infirmary Blues " is an American blues song of uncertain origin. Louis Armstrong made the song famous in his recording on which Don Redman was credited as composer; later releases gave the name Joe Primrose, a pseudonym of Irving Mills. The melody is 8 bars long, unlike songs in the classic blues genre, where there are 12 bars. James Infirmary Blues", sometimes known as "Gambler's Blues", is often regarded as an American folk song of anonymous origin.

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