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  1. Shacage
    "Am I Blue" is the ultimate collection of the semi-forgotten Waters, who deserves to be linked with names like Bessie Smith, Ma Rainey, and Mamie Smith. She had a beautiful, powerful voice but she also had something the others didn't have; visibility/5(9).
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  2. JoJomuro
    "Am I Blue" is taken at crawling slow pace with Green doing almost all of the soloing. Henderson and Coles contribute some nice ensemble riffs and Henderson contributes a nice brief solo; Patton and Dixon stay in the background. "Take These Chains From My Heart" is a little more uptempo and is presented in a style close to the country and /5(11).
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  3. Vozilkree
    Am I blue? Am I blue? Ain't these tears In these eyes Tellin' you? Am I blue? You'd be too If your dreams And your schemes Just fell through Was a time I was her only one But now I'm The sad and Lonely one Was I gay Till today? Now she's gone And we're through Am I blue?
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  4. Yojind
    Am I blue? Am I blue? Ain't these tears In these eyes telling you? Am I blue? You'll be too If your schemes like your dreams Done fell through. Was a time, I was her only one Now I am the sad and lonely one Oh, yes I am. Was I gay 'til today? Now she's gone and we're through Am I blue? Was a time, I was her only one Now I am the sad and lonely one.
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  5. Zulum
    Watch the video for Am I Blue from Annette Hanshaw's Volume 6: Annette Hanshaw for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  6. Migore
    May 30,  · Published on May 30, Columbia D Am I Blue? From Warner Brothers Talking Picture "On With The Show" Ethel Waters (October 31, -- September 1, ) was an American blues.
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  7. Zulucage
    Oh am I blue Am I blue Ain't these tears in my eyes tellin' you Well am I blue You'd be too If each plan that you had, done and fell through There was a time I was your only one.
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  8. Mugor
    Am I Blue is a short story about an African American woman who bonds with a male horse named “Blue”. She sees many similarities in the indifference, preconceptions, and injustices he suffers.
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  9. Faezshura
    Am I Blue Lyrics: Am I blue, yes I'm blue / It started the day I lost you / Nobody ever missed somebody like I do / Am I blue, am I blue / Just this morning over coffee / I set to crying 'cause you'.
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