Love for Sale
Miles Davis Lyrics


Love for sale
Appetizing young love for sale
Love that's fresh and still unspoiled
Love that's only slightly soiled
Love for sale

Who will buy? Come on now
Who would like to sample my supply?
Who's prepared to pay the price?
For a trip to paradise?
Love for sale

Let the poets pipe off love
In their childish way
You know, I know every type of love
Better far than they

If you want the thrill of love
I've been through the mill of love
Old love, new love, every love but true love
Love for sale

Appetizing young, young love for sale
If you want to buy my wares
Follow me, climb the stairs
Love for sale

Love, love, love for sale
Love, love, love for sale
Love, love, love for sale
Love, love, love for sale

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Written by: Cole Porter

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Ethan S

They don't make music like this anymore.

kim jong un is #1

You're not looking very hard for this kind of music then.

Jazz is very much alive, its simply in the cracks.

Duncan Wilson

Yes they do. Check out Cyrille Aimee's version with Roy Hargrove and Joel Frahm

Tom Djll

When Cannonball comes in, it's one of the most thrilling moments in music, ever.

Bobby Ray

Cannonball sounds like he is wildly in love on this solo!

TOSPUBS

@John RICE Cannon Ball is pure,
Trane is Raw - both fantastic!
DJ

TOSPUBS

@Patrick Grandon Yes! Saw docu.
Cannon Ball gone to soon!
DJ

Warren Doris

@John RICE Totally different personalities.John was extremely introspective and thoughtful. Cannonball was just a ball of exuberant energy.😎

Andre Bencosme

i haven't gone to that part of this vid, but i bet it will be.

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Guiohm Deruffi

Hi thanks for posting that song, great version of "Love for sale" but i think it was on "1958 Miles", not "Kind of Blue". Miles Davis (tpt); Cannonball Adderley (as); John Coltrane (ts); Bill Evans (p); Paul Chambers (b); Jimmy Cobb (d)

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