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Playlist of Gary B.B. Coleman

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  • The Sky Is Crying

    9:10

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    The Sky Is Crying (Original Mix) · Gary B.B. Coleman

    The Sky Is Crying

    ℗ Ichiban

    Released on: 2019-03-07

    Composer: Gary B.B. Coleman

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  • Gary B. B. Coleman - One Eye Woman

    4:20

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  • Something About You

    4:17

    Provided to YouTube by Malaco Records

    Something About You · Gary B.B. Coleman

    Cocaine Annie

    ℗ 1994 Icehouse Records

    Released on: 1994-10-10

    Main Artist: Gary B.B. Coleman

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  • If You Can Beat Me Rockin

    3:29

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    If You Can Beat Me Rockin' · Gary B.B. Coleman

    Red White & Blues

    ℗ 2012 DM Records, Inc.

    Released on: 2012-07-13

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - Please Dont Dog Me

    5:58

    Uploaded By ✔ Orange Grey Matter
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    Buy Link: Gary B.B. Coleman ‎– Too Much Weekend
    Released: 1992 Genre: #Blues Style: Modern Electric Blues

    ➥ Gary B.B. Coleman was born in Paris, Texas. He was working alongside Freddie King by the age of 15. He later supported Lightnin' Hopkins in concert and went on to form his own group. At this time he started simultaneously booking acts into nightclubs across three states, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. This dual lifestyle in the Southwest continued for nearly twenty years. In 1985, he created his own independent record label, Mr. B's Records, and issued a single, One Eyed Woman, and his debut album, Nothin' but the Blues, the following year. The album proved to be popular. Ichiban Records signed Coleman to a recording contract and duly re-released Nothin' but the Blues on its label in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin' (1988) followed, and in the same year Coleman's duties with Ichiban expanded to include record production for other acts, songwriting, and acting as an A&R scout. He released six more albums up to 1992 and was responsible for production duties on albums by Blues Boy Willie, Chick Willis, Little Johnny Taylor, and Buster Benton (Money's the Name of the Game, 1989).

    He continued to write material for others and sometimes played guitar and keyboards on their records. His own albums featured songs he wrote, such as I Fell in Love on a One Night Stand and If You Can Beat Me Rockin' (You Can Have My Chair).
    Coleman continued to combine various roles successfully until his early death, in 1994

    Lyrics:
    Baby please please don't dog me
    When you know you're doing wrong yourself
    Baby please please don't dog me
    When you know you're doing wrong yourself
    Cuz you ain't doing nothing
    Driving through to someone else
    Tell me how can you love me
    When you treat me the way you do
    Tell me how can you love me
    When you treat me the way you do
    I do everything to please you
    Why I just can't get hold of you
    ~OK~
    Well, you talked me out of my money
    Of every man in town
    You finish your moonshine liquor
    And you acted like a clown
    Baby please please don't dog me
    When you know you're doing wrong yourself
    Cuz you ain't doing nothing
    Driving through to someone else
    ~Take care now~
    Thanks, nobody wants me
    Cuz I'm always stupid wrong
    The thing the door might hit ya
    The things that come along
    Baby please please don't dog me
    When you know you're doing wrong yourself
    Cuz you ain't doing nothing
    Driving through to someone else
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  • I Know Somethings On Your Mind

    3:46

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    I Know Something's On Your Mind · Gary B.B. Coleman

    Cocaine Annie

    ℗ 1994 Icehouse Records

    Released on: 1994-10-10

    Main Artist: Gary B.B. Coleman

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  • Gary B. B. Coleman - I Fell In Love On A One-Night Stand

    5:40

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - Nothing but the Blues 1987 FULL-ALBUM

    35:19

    New Vinyl first Play after 30 Years
    Many thanks too Sati Sifai
    1987 Ichiban Records
    Teac TN-100 (USB HQ) Stereo

    Tracklist
    Side A
    0:00 Stealing your Love Tonight
    3:30 Stumble
    6:35 Let me Love you Baby
    14:00 Shame on you

    Side B
    17:32 One Eyed Woman
    21:55 Honkey Tonk Part 3
    26:50 I Love you so
    30:40 I won't be your Fool

  • Gary B B Coleman - It Just Aint Right

    5:30

    Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994)
    Artist Biography by Jim O'Neal
    After a career as a local bluesman and blues promoter in Texas and Oklahoma, Gary Coleman found his niche when he signed over his first album, a self-produced outing originally issued on his own label, to the fledgling Ichiban company out of Atlanta in 1986. Since that time, both Coleman and Ichiban have made their marks in the blues field: not only did Coleman release half-a-dozen of his own albums, he also oversaw production of the bulk of Ichiban's hefty blues catalog, bringing to the studio a number of artists he'd booked or toured with in his previous career (Chick Willis, Buster Benton, and Blues Boy Willie, among others). A singer/guitarist on-stage, Coleman often took on a multi-instrumentalist's role in the studio. His music remained true to the blues and to the King legacy saluted in his B.B. moniker and in his acknowledged debt to fellow Texan Freddie King.

    Coleman began listening to the blues as a child and by the time he was 15, he was working with Freddie King. Following his association with King, Coleman supported Lightnin' Hopkins and formed his own band, which played around Texas. Gary also began booking blues musicians into clubs in Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. He continued to play gigs and book concerts for nearly two decades. In 1985, he formed Mr. B's Records, his own independent label. He released his debut album, Nothin' But the Blues, the following year. The album was popular and gained the attention of Ichiban Records, who signed Coleman and re-released Nothin' But the Blues in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin', Coleman's second album, was released in 1988. That same year, he began producing albums for a number of other artists, as well as writing songs for other musicians and acting as an A&R scout for Ichiban. Between 1988 and 1992, he released six records and produced another 30, including albums for Little Johnny Taylor and Buster Benton. Coleman continued to be active until his untimely death in the mid-'90s, both as a performing and recording artist, as well as a producer.

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman ~ As The Years Go Passing By 1989

    8:11

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1989
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  • Gary B.B. Coleman ~ Tribute

    1:43:19

    Modern Electric Blues
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    Track List
    Dealin' From The Bottom Of The Deck 00:00:00
    She Ain't Ugly ( She Just Don't Look Like Nobody Else )
    00:08:48
    Don't Give Away That Recipe 00:12:53
    Think Before You Act 00:17:18
    What's The Name Of That Thing 00:22:25
    I Gotta Play The Blues For You 00:29:19
    Blues At Sunrise 00:33:30
    Shame On You 00:40:13
    Please Don't Dog Me 00:44:04
    St. James Infirmary 00:50:01
    The Sky Is Crying 00:54:51
    Crosscut Saw 01:04:00
    Baby Scratch My Back 01:09:57
    I Just Can't Lose These Blues 01:14:27
    I Fell In Love On A One Night 01:18:36
    As The Years Go Passing By 01:24:22
    Going Down 01:32:22
    I'll Take Care Of You 01:36:40
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  • Daniel Castro - Ill Play The Blues For You

    7:43

    Album: No Surrender , Albert King Cover
    Lyrics:
    If you're down and out and you feel real hurt
    Come on over to the place where I work
    And all your loneliness I'll try to soothe
    I'll play the #Blues for you

    Don't be afraid come on in
    You might run across some of your old friends
    All your loneliness I gotta soothe
    I'll play the blues for you

    I got no big name and I ain't no big star
    I play the blues for you on my guitar
    All your loneliness I'll try to soothe
    I 'll play the blues for you

    As he grew up in the L.A. area, Daniel was heavily influenced by the blues greats Albert KIng, B.B. King, and Albert Collins. As a kid, Daniel would hang outside clubs like the Golden Bear in Huntington Beach to hear these blues legends perform and wait for a glimpse of them through the curtains. After cutting his teeth in South Central L.A. blues clubs with “Mighty Mouth” Delmar Evans, who worked with the Johnny Otis Show, Castro backed other great artists from Otis’ band, including Pee Wee Crayton and Little Esther Phillips. He also recorded and toured with many other artists including legendary Small Faces singer-bassist Ronnie Lane.

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  • Personal Manager

    6:09

    Provided to YouTube by Malaco Records

    Personal Manager · Gary B.B. Coleman

    Cocaine Annie

    ℗ 1994 Icehouse Records

    Released on: 1994-10-10

    Main Artist: Gary B.B. Coleman

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - I Fell In Love On A One Night Stand

    5:43

  • Gary BB Coleman - St. James Infirmary

    4:56

    The Best Of Gary B.B. Coleman
    October 1, 1990

  • Gary B. B. Coleman - I Just Cant Lose These Blues

    4:04

  • Gary B B Coleman - Blues At Sunrise

    7:02

    Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994)
    Artist Biography by Jim O'Neal
    After a career as a local bluesman and blues promoter in Texas and Oklahoma, Gary Coleman found his niche when he signed over his first album, a self-produced outing originally issued on his own label, to the fledgling Ichiban company out of Atlanta in 1986. Since that time, both Coleman and Ichiban have made their marks in the blues field: not only did Coleman release half-a-dozen of his own albums, he also oversaw production of the bulk of Ichiban's hefty blues catalog, bringing to the studio a number of artists he'd booked or toured with in his previous career (Chick Willis, Buster Benton, and Blues Boy Willie, among others). A singer/guitarist on-stage, Coleman often took on a multi-instrumentalist's role in the studio. His music remained true to the blues and to the King legacy saluted in his B.B. moniker and in his acknowledged debt to fellow Texan Freddie King.

    Coleman began listening to the blues as a child and by the time he was 15, he was working with Freddie King. Following his association with King, Coleman supported Lightnin' Hopkins and formed his own band, which played around Texas. Gary also began booking blues musicians into clubs in Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. He continued to play gigs and book concerts for nearly two decades. In 1985, he formed Mr. B's Records, his own independent label. He released his debut album, Nothin' But the Blues, the following year. The album was popular and gained the attention of Ichiban Records, who signed Coleman and re-released Nothin' But the Blues in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin', Coleman's second album, was released in 1988. That same year, he began producing albums for a number of other artists, as well as writing songs for other musicians and acting as an A&R scout for Ichiban. Between 1988 and 1992, he released six records and produced another 30, including albums for Little Johnny Taylor and Buster Benton. Coleman continued to be active until his untimely death in the mid-'90s, both as a performing and recording artist, as well as a producer.

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky Is Crying

    9:08

  • B. B. King - The Thrill Is Gone

    6:46

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    B.B. King is the greatest living exponent of the blues and considered by many to be the most influential guitarist of the latter part of the 20th century. His career dates back to the late forties and despite now being in his eighties he remains a vibrant and charismatic live performer. B.B. King has been a frequent visitor to the Montreux festival, appearing nearly 20 times, so choosing one performance was no easy task. This 1993 concert will surely rank as one of his finest at any venue. With a superb backing band and a great set list its a must for any blues fan.

    The thrill is gone
    The thrill is gone away
    The thrill is gone baby
    The thrill is gone away
    You know you done me wrong baby
    And you'll be sorry someday

    The thrill is gone
    It's gone away from me
    The thrill is gone baby
    The thrill is gone away from me
    Although, I'll still live on
    But so lonely I'll be

    The thrill is gone
    It's gone away for good
    The thrill is gone baby
    It's gone away for good
    Someday I know I'll be open armed baby
    Just like I know a good man should

    You know I'm free, free now baby
    I'm free from your spell
    Oh I'm free, free, free now
    I'm free from your spell
    And now that it's all over
    All I can do is wish you well

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  • JT Coldfire - Shes Crazy

    5:24

    Album: Crazy Sun 2011

    Lyrics:
    Let me tell you a story
    About a little girl I know
    When she walks into a room
    You know she steals the show
    She's crazy
    And it's more than I can stand
    I'm just crazy about that woman
    And she's just crazy 'bout this man

    She wakes me every morning
    With that tender lovin' touch
    Some fools don't get enough
    But she just loves me too much
    She's crazy
    And it's more than I can stand
    I'm just crazy about that woman
    And she's just crazy 'bout this man

    She always wants me around
    But I ain't got time
    But you know she got that little ways
    To make me change my mind

    And it's more than I can stand
    I'm just crazy about that woman
    And she's just crazy 'bout this man

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying Sub español

    9:14

    Letra traducida:

    El cielo está llorando.
    ¿Puedes ver las lágrimas rodando por la calle?
    El cielo está llorando.
    ¿Puedes ver las lágrimas rodando por la calle?
    He estado buscando a mi nena
    Y me pregunto dónde puede estar.

    Vi a mi nena una mañana
    Ella estaba caminando por la calle.
    Vi a mi nena una mañana
    Ella estaba caminando por la calle.
    Sí, lo estaba.
    Sabes que me dolió mucho,
    Hizo que mi pobre corazón se saltara un latido.

    Tengo un mal presentimiento,
    Mi nena ya no me ama
    Tengo un mal presentimiento,
    Mi nena ya no me ama.
    si,El cielo está llorando,si
    ¿Puedes ver las lágrimas rodando por el camino?




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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The sky is crying

    9:14

    Album: Too Much Weekend (1992)

    Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994) was an American soul blues guitarist, singer, songwriter and record producer.
    Originally a local musician turned blues promoter and session musician, Coleman recorded his debut album in 1986, which was re-released by Ichiban Records. He issued several other albums and produced most of Ichiban's blues catalog until his death, in 1994. On many occasions, Coleman undertook multi-instrumentalist duties in the recording studio. He acknowledged both B.B. King, with his B.B. moniker, and a fellow Texan, Freddie King.

    Discography:
    Nothin' but the Blues (1987)
    If You Can Beat Me Rockin'... (1988)
    One Night Stand (1989)
    Dancin' My Blues Away (1990)
    Romance Without Finance Is a Nuisance (1991)
    The Best of Gary B.B. Coleman (1991)
    Too Much Weekend (1992)
    Cocaine Annie (1996)

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

    9:14

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - One Eyed Woman

    4:22

    Uploaded By ✔ Orange Grey Matter
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    Buy Link: Gary B.B. Coleman ‎– One Eyed Woman
    Genre: #Funk #Soul

    ➥ Biography
    Coleman was born in Paris, Texas. He was working alongside Freddie King by the age of 15. He later supported Lightnin' Hopkins in concert and went on to form his own group. At this time he started simultaneously booking acts into nightclubs across three states, Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. This dual lifestyle in the Southwest continued for nearly twenty years. In 1985, he created his own independent record label, Mr. B's Records, and issued a single, One Eyed Woman, and his debut album, Nothin' but the Blues, the following year. The album proved to be popular. Ichiban Records signed Coleman to a recording contract and duly re-released Nothin' but the Blues on its label in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin' (1988) followed, and in the same year Coleman's duties with Ichiban expanded to include record production for other acts, songwriting, and acting as an A&R scout.[2] He released six more albums up to 1992 and was responsible for production duties on albums by Blues Boy Willie, Chick Willis, Little Johnny Taylor, and Buster Benton (Money's the Name of the Game, 1989).

    He continued to write material for others and sometimes played guitar and keyboards on their records. His own albums featured Songs he wrote, such as I Fell in Love on a One Night Stand and If You Can Beat Me Rockin' (You Can Have My Chair).

    Coleman continued to combine various roles successfully until his early death, in 1994.
    Lyrics:

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - As The Years Go Passing By

    8:01

    Album One Night Stand, 1988
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  • Gary B.B. Coleman ~ Ill Take Care Of You 1989

    6:40

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1989
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  • Blues: Gary B.B. Coleman - Uncle Bud

    3:56

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  • Gary B B Coleman

    9:14

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - St. James Infirmary

    4:52

  • Uncle Bud Expicit - Gary B B Coleman

    3:53

    Gary B.B. Coleman
    Album: Too Much Weekend

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - Too Much Weekend ~ Full Album

    39:18

    A cool blues album i found out somewhere.


    Tracks:


    00:00 - Too Much Weekend
    06:07 - The Elk Slide
    10:09 - The Sky Is Crying
    19:18 - Uncle Bud
    23:11 - Welfare Cadillac
    29:07 - Crosscut Saw
    35:03 - Neckbone

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

    9:14

    The sky is crying
    Can you see the tears roll down the street
    The sky is crying
    Can you see the tears roll down the street
    I've been looking for my baby
    And I've been wondering where can she be

    I my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    I my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad
    It made my poor heart skip a beat

    I got a real, real fine feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    I got a real, real fine feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    You know the sky's been crying
    Can see you see the tears roll down my door

  • Gary B B Coleman - Whats The Name Of That Thing

    6:55

    Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994)
    Artist Biography by Jim O'Neal
    After a career as a local bluesman and blues promoter in Texas and Oklahoma, Gary Coleman found his niche when he signed over his first album, a self-produced outing originally issued on his own label, to the fledgling Ichiban company out of Atlanta in 1986. Since that time, both Coleman and Ichiban have made their marks in the blues field: not only did Coleman release half-a-dozen of his own albums, he also oversaw production of the bulk of Ichiban's hefty blues catalog, bringing to the studio a number of artists he'd booked or toured with in his previous career (Chick Willis, Buster Benton, and Blues Boy Willie, among others). A singer/guitarist on-stage, Coleman often took on a multi-instrumentalist's role in the studio. His music remained true to the blues and to the King legacy saluted in his B.B. moniker and in his acknowledged debt to fellow Texan Freddie King.

    Coleman began listening to the blues as a child and by the time he was 15, he was working with Freddie King. Following his association with King, Coleman supported Lightnin' Hopkins and formed his own band, which played around Texas. Gary also began booking blues musicians into clubs in Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. He continued to play gigs and book concerts for nearly two decades. In 1985, he formed Mr. B's Records, his own independent label. He released his debut album, Nothin' But the Blues, the following year. The album was popular and gained the attention of Ichiban Records, who signed Coleman and re-released Nothin' But the Blues in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin', Coleman's second album, was released in 1988. That same year, he began producing albums for a number of other artists, as well as writing songs for other musicians and acting as an A&R scout for Ichiban. Between 1988 and 1992, he released six records and produced another 30, including albums for Little Johnny Taylor and Buster Benton. Coleman continued to be active until his untimely death in the mid-'90s, both as a performing and recording artist, as well as a producer.

  • Gary BB Coleman~I´LL TAKE CARE OF YOU

    6:29

    BOBBY BLUE BLAND~I´LL TAKE CARE OF YOU covered by Gary BB Coleman. Thank you guys!

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

    9:16

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  • GARY B.B. COLEMAN - The Sky Is Crying

    9:12

    ALBUM: Too Much Weekend
    YEAR: 2006

  • Gary B B Coleman The Sky is Crying

    9:13

  • Gary BB Coleman St James Infirmary

    4:56

    Gary BB Coleman St James Infirmary

  • Gary BB Coleman - The Sky Is Crying with lyrics

    9:13

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

    9:14

  • Gary B. B. Coleman - The Sky Is Crying

    9:01

    From The Album Too Much Weekend (2006)

  • Gary B.B. Coleman - I Feel In Love On a One Night Stand

    5:46

    Gary B.B. Coleman (January 1, 1947 – February 14, 1994)
    Artist Biography by Jim O'Neal
    After a career as a local bluesman and blues promoter in Texas and Oklahoma, Gary Coleman found his niche when he signed over his first album, a self-produced outing originally issued on his own label, to the fledgling Ichiban company out of Atlanta in 1986. Since that time, both Coleman and Ichiban have made their marks in the blues field: not only did Coleman release half-a-dozen of his own albums, he also oversaw production of the bulk of Ichiban's hefty blues catalog, bringing to the studio a number of artists he'd booked or toured with in his previous career (Chick Willis, Buster Benton, and Blues Boy Willie, among others). A singer/guitarist on-stage, Coleman often took on a multi-instrumentalist's role in the studio. His music remained true to the blues and to the King legacy saluted in his B.B. moniker and in his acknowledged debt to fellow Texan Freddie King.

    Coleman began listening to the blues as a child and by the time he was 15, he was working with Freddie King. Following his association with King, Coleman supported Lightnin' Hopkins and formed his own band, which played around Texas. Gary also began booking blues musicians into clubs in Texas, Oklahoma, and Colorado. He continued to play gigs and book concerts for nearly two decades. In 1985, he formed Mr. B's Records, his own independent label. He released his debut album, Nothin' But the Blues, the following year. The album was popular and gained the attention of Ichiban Records, who signed Coleman and re-released Nothin' But the Blues in 1987.

    If You Can Beat Me Rockin', Coleman's second album, was released in 1988. That same year, he began producing albums for a number of other artists, as well as writing songs for other musicians and acting as an A&R scout for Ichiban. Between 1988 and 1992, he released six records and produced another 30, including albums for Little Johnny Taylor and Buster Benton. Coleman continued to be active until his untimely death in the mid-'90s, both as a performing and recording artist, as well as a producer.

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - Dealin From The Bottom Of The Deck

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    Album Romance Without Finance Is A Nuisance, 1991
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  • Gary B B Coleman Romance Without Finance Is A Nuisance 1991

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    TEMAS:
    01. She Ain't Ugly
    02. Don't Give Away That Recipe
    03. If You See My One-Eyed Woman
    04. Dealin' from the Bottom of the Deck
    05. Romance Without Finance
    06. Food Stamp Annie
    07. Mr. Chicken Stew
    08. Mr. B's Frosting

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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky Is Crying

    9:12

    Album Too Much Weekend, 1991

    Lyrics :

    The sky is crying
    Can't you see the tears roll down the street
    The sky is crying
    Can you see the tears roll down the street
    I've been looking for my baby
    And I've been wondering where can she be

    I saw my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    I saw my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad
    It made my poor heart skip a beat

    I got a bad feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    I got a bad feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    You know the sky's been crying
    Can't you see the tears roll down my door.



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  • Gary B.B. Coleman - The Sky is Crying

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    The sky is cryin....Can't you see the tears roll down the street
    The sky is cryin....Can't you see the tears roll down the street
    I've been looking for my baby
    And I wonder where can she be
    I saw my baby early one morning....She was walking on down the street
    I saw my baby early this morning....She was walking on down the street
    You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad
    Made my poor heart skip a beat
    I've got a real real real real bad feelin
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    I've got a real real bad feelin that my baby don't love me no more
    You know the sky, the sky's been cryin
    Can you see the tears roll down my nose

  • Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky Is Crying

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    Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky Is Crying
    Gary B B Coleman's Blues are one of the best sounds to relax and chill. I love this song, it's one of those tunes that you can rely on listening to anytime you feel alone and it soothes you to the core.

    Full Lyrics:
    The sky is crying,
    Can you see the tears roll down the street.
    The sky is crying,
    Can you see the tears roll down the street.
    I've been looking for my baby
    And I've been wondering where can she be

    I my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    I my baby early one morning
    She was walking on down the street
    You know it hurt me, hurt me so bad
    It made my poor heart skip a beat

    I got a real, real fine feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    I got a real, real fine feeling
    That my baby she don't love me no more
    You know the sky's been crying
    Can see you see the tears roll down my door

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