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St. Thomas
Sonny Rollins Lyrics

Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you!
Embrace me, you irreplaceable you!

Just one look at you
My heart grew tipsy in me,
You and you alone
Bring out the gypsy in me!

I love all, the many charms about you!
Above all, I want my arms about you!

Don't be a naughty baby,
Come to papa, come to papa, do!
My sweet embraceable you!

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Axle Saffy

I remember the bad rep gta had. Every adult would say "oh kids want to kill hookers this game should be illegal" and here I was learning new genres I never wanted to ever give a chance to.. I was a stupid close minded child and this game opened up my mind like you wouldn't belive and I found my favourite style of music JAZZ! There is a lesson in everything!

Razor boy

can't remember the game, but soon as you fly your helicopter into what looks like ny, this starts playing. dropped the controlling straight up to my technics 1210. had em years as a dj till i stopped hating my parents and borrowed their record collection. some amazing stuff be worth a bit. but object relations, with vinyl not a wav file


GTA IV’s JNR 108.5 right?

Gerard Beaubrun

I remember the first I listened to Saint Thomas. How amazed I was with Sonny with how he started his solo. Playful staccato, taking a small idea, looping through great modular variations and letting it go before it being overused. 

It takes genius to grasp to a wonderful idea as it arises and impeccable taste to allow it to subside gracefully before allowing life to breath through the other segments of one's message in a solo.
Superb... I recognized Sonny Rollins' mastery within the first measures of this solo

Razor boy

that's why i love him

Leonardo Y.

Memorable this Max's solo !!!

Amiri Moore

Superbly said!!


The tune is great, if undeveloped, only one-third of a song, but the rest is nonsense.


yeah, it's the start of the solo that really got me the first time too. It's still my fav part of this brilliant song, it's like a boxer jabbing, measuring his opponent, before going really all in.

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Kade Hennacy

There is 99.9% chance the melody will get stuck in your head.

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