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Room To Move
John Mayall Lyrics


May seem peculiar
How I think of you
If you want me, darlin'
Here's what you must do

You gotta give me
'Cause I can't give the best
Unless I got room to move

If you want me darlin'
Take me how you can
I'll be circulatin'
'Cause that's the way I am

You gotta give me
'Cause I can't give the best
Unless I got room to move

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: JOHN MAYALL

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Intr3pidexplorer

This is the definitive version of Room To Move. First time I heard it back in the '70s it blew me away and still does. Harmonica/vocals par excellence! Long Live The Blues.

Jing Maligalig

I was listening to this back in 1971, who's listening now...

Blond Bowler

One of the songs that taught me how to play harmonica.  Thanks, John, for nearly fifty years of pleasure...the debt is forever.

Jim Chumley

Blond Bowler; ME TOO! I have been playing for over 40yrs now.

jay failing

same remember playing along in middle of nite at a ceramic kiln wood firing with Loren Fasmer,71 neighbors called the cops and fire dept, but Lorens dad was chief.lol

Mitch Lindeman

ditto-exactly--60 years

Bruce Beatlefan

If you can play that, then I guess you can sure play the harmonica!!

Stäni Steinbock

Parchman Farm on the Beano LP isn't bad either!

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tim fitzgerald

there is an endless list of stars who started with him. he should be in the hall of fame

ClassicTVMan1981X

I don't know, but outside of The Rolling Stones and The Animals, I believe the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame hasn't really been kind to many British blues bands, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers among them. Eric Clapton joined this group after quitting the Yardbirds following the recording of "For Your Love." Clapton had been a member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers twice: the first time he joined was from April to August 1965, and then after performing with a number of lesser-known acts (including one while he went to Greece), he rejoined the group from October 1965 to July 1966. After leaving the Bluesbreakers that last time, he accepted an offer by drummer Ginger Baker to join Cream, which also featured bassist/singer Jack Bruce. Peter Green (later of Fleetwood Mac) replaced Clapton in the Bluesbreakers.

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