Don't you know, he was the king of saxophones Yes indeed he was; Talkin' 'bout the guy Masami Tada - Live (VHS) made it sound so good Some people knew him by the Bean But Hawkins was his name.
He sure could swing and play Parallels - Yes - The Early Years too Sounds good to me -- should sound good to you I love to hear him playing Body and Soul Very pleasing to the ear. When I first heard it on the record I just stopped-- right there, Sounded like a band of angels in the sky, And I have never ever heard a sweeter tone In fact I pay no 'ttention to the saxophone 'Til Coleman Hawkins came along and spoke to everyone -- Saying better listen won't you hear me, While I play for you Sometimes it's hot Then again it's blue My soul just seems to wander, Pleasing each and everyone -- It's what I've long been craving for.
The doors have not been always open, But I am trying to please you. Please don't try to stop me. Hope you like it folks. And then he started cookin' -- Everytime he played Some melodic melody fast or slow You could tell that it was Hawkins No other one ever has Quite captured his tone Just he alone -- Has the sound that penetrates It will sure go right through you Yes it will -- And every gives you just another thrill.
Oh how he could sing Man did he swing Sang on the wing, did his own thing Yes he did. Goodbye Love - The Manhattan Transfer - Bodies And Souls the country -- Music lovers are still wiggin' on Goodbye Love - The Manhattan Transfer - Bodies And Souls singin' All around the world -- he is known Rhythm was his special joy -- He swung it like a horn.
He must have been born to be a singer 'Cause his lyrics were so sincere and true Funny sad or blue Oh yeah! And we've got to remind you Many years it took him Singing every day to achieve his first claim to fame. He was twenty years ahead of Various - Album Special Duet 1989 time And he knew it But he kept right on-a singing He went all around the world making rhythm 'Cause music sure was in him and he knew it was.
So he sang, and he sang And he sang his words so clever And I know they'll silence him never 'Cause he cut this masterpiece. And now we're trying to sing it for you Hope the Bean and Eddie both would still approve There we go We didn't mean to reminisce You can surely bet FireHouse - 3 we won't forget 'Cause we hear them yet Goodbye.
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