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Born to Play Reprise
Jon Batiste Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Jon Batiste:

ADULTHOOD Ooh, ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh, ooh Ooh, ooh, ooh Yeah, yeah It's p…
BOY HOOD Like, you, he seen come along way Like, he seen you…
Cry Who do you love? Who you gonna love? Who do you love…
Endless Love Momma put a kettle on the stovetop Daddy put a log…
Freedom When I move my body just like this I don't know…
I NEED YOU We done a lot of livin' We workin' overtime Don't need anoth…
It's All Right Say it's alright Say it's alright It's alright, have a good …
Saint James infirmary blues I went down To Saint James Infirmary And I saw my baby…
SHOW ME THE WAY Da da da da day Alright, Jon, what do you wanna…
SING On the verge of cryin′ I don't feel like tryin′ But instead,…
Sunny Side of the Street Grab your coat and get your hat Leave your worries on…
TELL THE TRUTH My daddy had a small house Up on the east…
The Very Thought of You The very thought of you And I forget to do The little…
We Are Uh, I started feelin' somethin' Haha, my bad The ghetto is …
What a Wonderful World I see trees of green and red roses too I see…
whatchutalkinbout I′m flying a plane to Mars, with bars that rocket…

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Comments from YouTube:

radi cola

“It’s like he floats off the stage. That guy was lost in the music, he was in it, and he took us all with him.
That’s when I knew, I was born to play”

UndertakerU2ber

I find it fascinating to see a composer that specializes in jazz add in spiritual motifs in light of the film’s themes dealing with the human soul and the afterlife.

While I’m not too familiar with this artist’s previous works, I get the impression that he was brought onboard to write music primarily dealing with Joe’s activities in the physical world while the other composers wrote synthesized music covering the Great Beyond/Before settings. It seemed Batiste had to listen to the work that these other composers were doing, and write parts of his music in styles he’s not too familiar with to try and bridge these two genres together.

Regardless of his background, I think he certainly knew what he was doing in choosing to bake spiritual elements into the jazz music he wrote. The vastly different genres between the composers’ works is a lot less jarring, and listening to this music in the beginning subtly introduces spiritual vibes to the audience before they’ve even gotten to the afterlife segments.

Joseph Jalomo

Beautiful song. Just saw the movie and had to find this song

Tuckerl987O

Bruh this legit makes me float off the stage

Jay Fox, Jr.

And took the rest of us with him.

Wiltry8

Me too i feel it smh...

NeriumProtostar

BDHDJSJSJS 💀

Cat C 🧋

When I heard the segment at 0:20 in the trailer, that’s when I realized Jon Batiste was involved.

SFG2020 Studios

0:17 if you close your eyes you can then feel your self flying through your imagination

Emely Abreu

I get goosebumps whenever i listen to that part

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