'Round About Midnight
Thelonious Monk Lyrics


It begins to tell,
'round midnight, midnight.
I do pretty well, till after sundown,
Suppertime I'm feelin' sad;
But it really gets bad,
'round midnight.

Memories always start 'round midnight
Haven't got the heart to stand those memories,
When my heart is still with you,
And ol' midnight knows it, too.
When a quarrel we had needs mending,
Does it mean that our love is ending.
Darlin' I need you, lately I find
You're out of my heart,
And I'm out of my mind.

Let our hearts take wings'
'round midnight, midnight
Let the angels sing,
for your returning.
Till our love is safe and sound.
And old midnight comes around.
Feelin' sad,
really gets bad
Round, Round, Round Midnight

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: COOTIE WILLIAMS, BERNARD D. HANIGHEN, THEOLONIOUS S. MONK

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The Uberman

17k views wtf. This is a masterpiece of masterpieces.

lambdaman

It always blows my mind how people think YouTube views should be somehow justified by talent. Where did this come from? That's not how fame has ever worked in the history of anything. Yet somehow people think YouTube should be different. I don't get it.

russell Don’t Get It

He spoke through his music. The record business didn’t know what to do with him...Miles, Coltrane, Blakey and countless others shaped the hip hop industry.

Giuseppe Andrea Liberti

@Marco Evans of course, of course. Davis hated hip-hop so much that his last album "Doo-Bop" was produced by Easy Mo' Bee. 😏

Ben Woodman

@Marco Evans Such an ignorant comment, I'm surprised I still see people saying this. Surely you realize that hip hop is more than the cats that make it big. Huge wave of creativity existing in the art form called hip hop. Learn about it

Brian Zayman

Majestic

Mark Hewko

new york skyline in the background...

Aaron

What an outstanding classic, a product of pure musical genius. Yet another resounding refutation of small-minded Age of Reason racialist philosophers who deliriously and childishly proclaimed that Black people were incapable of higher thought or musical composition. Just my Baha'i perspective.

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