In A Sentimental Mood
John Coltrane Lyrics


In a Sentimental Mood I can see
The stars come through my room
While your loving attitude is
Like a flame that lights the gloom
On the wings of ev'ry kiss
Drift a melody so strange and sweet
In this sentimental bliss you make
My Paradise complete
Rose pearls seem to fall
It's all like a dream to call you mine
My heart's lighter thing since you
Made me this night a thing divine
In A Sentimental Mood
I'm within a world so heavenly
For I never dreamt that you'd be
Loving sentimental me
In A Sentimental Mood I can see
The stars come through my room
While your loving attitude is
Like a flame that lights the gloom
On the wings of ev'ry kiss
Drift a melody so strange and sweet
In this sentimental bliss you make
My Paradise complete
Rose pearls seem to fall
It's all like a dream to call you mine
My heart's lighter thing since you
Made me this night a thing divine
In A Sentimental Mood
I'm within a world so heavenly
For I never dreamt that you'd be
Loving sentimental me

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Tratore, Songtrust Ave
Written by: Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Manny Kurtz

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

Nickey Black

IF IT WASN'T FOR JOHN COLTRANE RAKIM WOULD'VE NEVER CHANGED THE HIP HOP GAME

I played the Sax. I learned how to read music. My mother sang jazz to opera back in Brooklyn. She sung at the Apollo on amature night. My brother knew how to play every instrument.

So I came up under a roof of good music. The first thing that made sense to me was join a band. I played a recorder from kindergarten to 3rd grade, and the Sax from 4th to the 12th grade.

In the mist of that, I fell in love with John Coltrane. I heard John play 2 notes at one time, and being that I played the Sax I knew that was impossible.

So when I heard that, that made me think of taking things to the next level. Hearing Coltrane play solos and rhythms, I started realizing all those rhythms I was holding onto.

I started writing rhymes in Hip Hop. I wasn't just hearing 1,2,3,4. I was hearing 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and wa de da da da de wa wa.

I started realizing I can start filling space with rhythm and intellectual words, and 4-5 syllable words. I figured out I can make the same patterns John was using with certain syllable words and certain syllable words after each other ~Rakim



All comments from YouTube:

Saucie Rios

If heaven had a waiting room, this would be the music played.

Renan Gonçalves

Nice wait room you visit.

Dimitri Maffei

@Noah Tankersley Done homework huh? 😏

EricKeepaDraco

@Natey lmao thanks I guess 😂

Mr. Octobass

There is one, and we're all in it right now. Stay safe out there. Enjoy the beautiful music. 😌🤙🏿

LiamSKJ

@EricKeepaDraco neither is god

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Nathan Nichols

This makes me feel like I’m at a cafe in the late 70’s in New York on a cold yet delightful morning I leave my flat In a plaid scarf and comfy grey trench coat I arrive and sit at the bar and watch someone play this on the little stage they have with be listening while sipping my coffee with candles lit at every table dim atmosphere but it’s warm and comforting it’s mentally comfortable being there

Rishabh Pal

Thank you for the soothing visual, my friend!

ZARIA

your flat nathan? oiiiii

Catrina D

I remember when I had this on my mp3, I was on the bus home from school one evening and I remember I used to come home depressed every day after school, because I was being bullied during that time... This song came on, and it was so perfect as the sun was setting and the sky was that beautiful pink/orange. It made me feel at peace, like I could fly.. and nothing else mattered. This song is magical.

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