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I SHOULD BE SINGING THE BLUES - (by Joann Allie Rankin)  Year: 2019
Joann Allie Rankin Bluesy tune about being happy in spite of a bad romance; how the human spirit overcomes sadness with it's innate desire to be happy. The happiness that comes from within. Human emotional strength which resides in us all despite life's fragility and challenges. Rising above heartache and moving on. Female Vocals, Pop, Pop-Jazz
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
(Pending) - Pop, Pop-Jazz
965997 3:08 Slow 72   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: I Should Be Singing the Blues
Catalog ID: 965997  ISRC: US5UL1929568
Description: Bluesy tune about being happy in spite of a bad romance; how the human spirit overcomes sadness with it's innate desire to be happy. The happiness that comes from within. Human emotional strength which resides in us all despite life's fragility and challenges. Rising above heartache and moving on.

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Artist or Group: Joann Allie Rankin

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Keywords: heartbreak overcoming blissful peaceful surprised pleased joyful lounge laid-back easy calm upbeat cheerful spunky pleased thrilled heart strong spirited uplifting extraordinary wonderful astonishing amazed hopeful buoyant eager enthusiastic rosy elated lighthearted serene swingy jazzy high soaring

Music Genre > Subgenre
    Pop Music
       Pop-Jazz
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:08   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 72
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Piano, Double Bass, Contralto Voice, Keyboard
   Vocal Mix: Female Vocals
   Language: English
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited
Use in satan-worship, devil worship, anti-religion or similar extreme productions prohibited
Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited


Moods: Bright, Cheerful, Comforting, Contemplative, Elegant, Emotional, Graceful, Happy, Honest, Inspiring, Meditative, Optimistic, Pleased, Relaxing, Romantic, Sedate, Smooth, Soft, Surprising, Triumphant

Styles: 1930s (Thirties), 1940s (Forties), Bluesy, Broadway & Theatre, Club / Bar / Lounge, Gangsters / Mob, History, Jazzy, Movie Trailer, Phone On-Hold

Lyrical Topics: Emotions, Smiling, Break Up, Happy, Self Discovery

Lyrics
I Should Be Singing the Blues JoAnn Allie Rankin, copy right 2018

You tried to hurt me every chance you got
I should be crying, but baby I’m not
It surprises me too
I should be singing the blues

Don’t have no money, you took every thing I had
Sunshine above, it won’t let me feel bad
It surprises me too
I should be singing the blues.

Don’t know why I feel happy
You were the best I’ve ever known
Still my heart tells me
“Sorry, you can’t lay there and moan

(Instrumental with vocalizing)

There’s something better waiting for me
I should be sighing, but baby I’m free
It surprises me too
I should be singing the blues

I should be singing the blues

(vocalizing)
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