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Blueberry Hill
Fats Domino Lyrics


I found my thrill
On Blueberry Hill
On Blueberry Hill
When I found you

The moon stood still
On Blueberry Hill
And lingered until
My dream came true

The wind in the willow played
Love's sweet melody
But all of those vows you made
Were never to be

Though we're apart
You're part of me still
For you were my thrill
On Blueberry Hill

The wind in the willow played
Love's sweet melody
But all of those vows you made
Were never to be

Though we're apart
You're part of me still
For you were my thrill
On Blueberry Hill

Lyrics © Memory Lane Music Group (Foreign), Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose

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Justin Johnson

"I can't sing like Fats Domino, nobody can" - Elvis Presley

HerpdeDerp

​@borderlands10 It was pretty commonplace for white musicians to cover music from black musicians in the beginning of the rock era. I encourage you to do some research. Chuck Berry is usually accredited with the beginning of rock and roll. Because of the racism at the time (and unfortunately now) white people didn't want to listen to black performers, and as such they covered the songs that Fats/Chuck/many others sang and got the credit for their work.

Mark Wright

True
But then I've never heard anyone sing like Elvis properly either.

Breaking it Down.

Jonathan Ransier who said that again

Jonathan Ransier

Elvis was the absolute king nobody could touch him. If you thought you were great. Elvis was always a level ahead. With style and his vocals. Elvis is king

randomserb

@Breaking it Down.
Here's the context to that utterance, for anyone reading this who is not merely interested in slandering Malcolm:

"In 1963 or 1964, I attended a meeting of the Young Socialists Club at Wayne State University in Detroit at which Malcolm spoke. He sat down following his speech, and then the moderator, who had a Jewish name, opened the meeting to questions from the audience.

The first person the moderator recognized for a question was a black man who didn't have a question at all. Instead he launched into an anti-Semitic diatribe.

Malcolm listened to it for an extended moment, then, when its tenor was unmistakable and it was clear the harangue would (be permitted to) continue, he rose from his chair on the stage and ambled to the lectern.

This is what Malcolm said to the best of my recollection - and I'm certain my memory of what he said is very close to his actual words and very likely exact: ''I suspect our moderator today is Jewish and I won't put him in the position of silencing you. So I will. Now shut up and sit down.''

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Kalija Beck

I remember listening to this as a child. Who’s listening in 2020 ?

Jose Ricardo Lopez

I am.

Arthur Povey

Everybody that's been here the last few months.it tells you next to the comments.

LORD FUCKINKILLMAH

Me at 3:33AM 😂✌🏻

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