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1 45 - (by Chris Cooke)  Year: 2005
Chris Cooke Here is a live version of this song which is a fun bar room blues swing! Perfect for a bar scene or honky tonk where people are swing dancing or just grooving to a great live band! With wailing guitars and harmonica, this song is jumpin'! Male Vocals, Blues, Harmonica Blues
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Blues, Harmonica Blues
448279 3:29 Fast 160   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: 1 45
Catalog ID: 448279  ISRC: US5UL1101208
Description: Here is a live version of this song which is a fun bar room blues swing! Perfect for a bar scene or honky tonk where people are swing dancing or just grooving to a great live band! With wailing guitars and harmonica, this song is jumpin'!

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Artist or Group: Chris Cooke

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Keywords: Dancing Line Dance Western Swing Party Night Club Walking Bass Buddy Guy Bb King Freddie King John Lee Hooker Ray Price Merle Haggard George Jones

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Blues Music
       Harmonica Blues
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:29   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 160
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Bright, Cool, Dancing, Energetic, Fast, Fiery, Fun, Groovy, Happy, Lively, Rousing, Soulful, Swinging

Styles: 1940s (Forties), 1950s (Fifties), 2000s (Y2K+), Club / Bar / Lounge, Dance / Jitterbug, Dance / Line Dancing, Honky Tonk, Jazzy, Party / General, Romantic Comedy

Lyrical Topics: Alcohol, Dance, Fun, Party, Club

Lyrics
1:45

The clock on the wall says it's quarter to two
The clock on the wall says it's quarter to two
But you ain't missin' me baby cuz you got somethin' better to do

Well you been out all night, honey that ain't right
Well you been out all night, honey that ain't right
I'm leaving you baby come that first morning light

Well I been hearin' love songs playing on the radio
Well I been hearin' love songs playing on the radio
What you're missin' out on, baby you don't even know

Well you can talk all you want, but baby I'm a wall
Well you can talk all you want, but baby I'm a wall
You is talkin' on deaf ears and I won't catch you when you fall

Now I'm talkin' to you baby, I said please come home
Now I'm talkin' to you baby, I said please come home
Cuz when I think about your love I need one more for the road

The clock on the wall says it's quarter to two
The clock on the wall says it's quarter to two
But you ain't missin' me baby cuz you got somethin' better to do


Extended Keywords: kenny wayne shepard allman brothers duke ellington muddy waters robert johnson asleep at the wheel texas swing dancehall ballroom

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