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  1. Ramblin' man makes no change in me I'm going to ramble back to my used-to-be Aww, you hear me talkin' to ya I don't bite my tongue You wanna be my man? You gotta fetch it with you when you come Eve and Adam in a garden takin' a chance Adam didn't take time to get his pants Aww, you hear me talkin' to ya I don't bite my tongue You wanna be my man.
  2. ちなみにhear me talkin to yaはサッチモの年代初期の曲の名前。大した曲じゃないが、サッチモの語りが入ってるのと、yaなどの表記が当時の人にとっては新鮮だったのだろう。ま、ユーチューブにでも転がってるだろうから、興味のある人はお調べやす。Cited by:
  3. Hear Me Talkin' To Ya book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Music is your own experience, your thoughts, your wisdom. If /5.
  4. Hear Me Talkin' To Ya Lyrics: Ramblin' man makes no change in me / I'm going to ramble back to my used-to-be / Aww, you hear me talkin' to ya / I don't bite my tongue / .
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hear Me Talkin' - Ruby Braff on AllMusic - - This is a fun Dixieland/swing date featuring 9/
  6. HEAR ME TALKIN' TO YA: The Story Of Jazz As Told By The Men Who Made It User Review - Kirkus. Yes, this is The Story of Jazz by the Men Who Made It, but add the ladies and the people who are making it right now and you have a fuller picture/5(2).
  7. Hear Me Talkin' to Ya (Louis Armstrong) Ramblin' woman makes no change in me I'm gonna ramble back to my used to be cho: Hear me talkin' to ya--I don't bite my tongue You want to be my woman, you got to fetch it with you when you come. Eve an Adam In the Garden takin' a chance Adam didn't take time to get his pants.
  8. "A work of considerable substance." — The New Yorker. In this marvelous oral history, the words of such legends as Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington, and Billy Holiday trace the birth, growth, and changes in jazz over the years. Includes excerpts from hundreds of personal interviews, letters, tapes, and articles.

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