16 thoughts on “In a blue mood

    • Thanks. It was recorded in the late 70s, early 80s, with the idea of having my grandfather, who had played the trumpet in Chicago Jazz bands in the 1930s, to do the solo. Unfortunately, he passed away before it was done, & my dad was left to improvise the middle part. As with a lot of the songs my dad recorded, it was then discarded, and subsequently pulled out of the waste basket by me, so that it why the quality is so poor. But I love it. I’ll post the lyrics separately.

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    • Every-time I look at you, my blue blue girl,
      hair of brown, eyes of brown, but a blue blue girl
      What did I do, my baby, to make you so blue, my baby, my blue, my blue blue girl
      Every-time I take you out, my blue blue girl,
      all you do is sit & pout, my blue blue girl.
      What did I do, my baby, to make you so blue, my baby, my blue, my blue blue girl
      I lay awake at night, wondering why you’re so blue, and I, just don’t know what to do, oh me, I love you.

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      • No problem tref. Bottom line is i dig it. I’m no music expert but I know what I like and that’s all that matters to my babyhead ears. I need to hear more and I’m sure others would enjoy it too. I hate to make comparisons but it has that Billy Swan ‘I Can help’ vibe. But it has it’s own unique thing going on.

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