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Lonely Woman
Ornette Coleman Lyrics


We have lyrics for 'Lonely Woman' by these artists:

Amon Düül II All I wanna say, lonely woman Don't be afraid 'bout anythin…
Bridgewater Dee Dee Need someone who'll Be a companion you see I'm just a lone…
Dee Dee Bridgewater Need someone who'll Be a companion you see I'm just a lonely…
Sean Nicholas Savage Hey girl, what's new? you know that I've been thinking abou…
Sergio Mendes Lonely woman comes at night Look around but there's not aso…

We have lyrics for these tracks by Ornette Coleman:

All My Life I've waited all my life for you and now you're here you neve…
Bird Food [Instrumental]…
Embraceable You Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you! Embrace me, you irrep…
How Deep is the Ocean How much do I love you? I'll tell you no lie How…
Proof Readers BIG TYMERS Miscellaneous Big Tymers (Intro)"(feat. Bullet …
Una Muy Bonita [Instrumental]…

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Comments from YouTube:

Kwstas Kartas

I had nothing planned tonight , but I just decided to take a walk listening to this album. What an amazing intro.

Matt Smith

so much emotion, the horns sound like they're crying

Beauxdeauxfinglok

I love the "Woo!" someone shouts when Ornette really starts digging in.

Max Grymonprez

First time i've heard this, it was like i knew what note he was going to play next.. strange feeling that i never had before with music.
Very universal vibe in this song, a lot of folks can connect with it. I think it's because his saxophone is the medium of what his soul wants to say. R.i.P.

Gregory Luce

And some love to his great bassist, Charlie Haden. Happy Birthday, Mr. Coleman!

Rob Jones

From being utterly reviled for his early innovations,to see him now regarded as one
of the iconic figures of jazz alongside Armstrong, Coltrane, Miles, Mingus, Bird and
Sun Ra must have been of great comfort for this gentle brave man.
A class act who will live on through his music.

illbee aye-lee-un

RIP and Thank You Mr. Coleman for your contributions as an artist, and for creating music that the listener could/can see! Much Love and Respect!

Ashley Hirt

Rest in peace, Ornette. You were a giant.

jazzpoet1974

I've often wondered if those who were so heavily critical of Ornette Coleman's music at the beginning of his career, weren't just jealous that they didn't think of it first?

Rest In Peace, Ornette.

Daniel Lopez

An absolute jazz masterpiece, one of my favorites!! 

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