"Just Another Blues" as written by Dick Charles, James P. De Maio and Larry Markes....
I'm just another blues from nineteen twenty two,
A super extraordinary flaperoo!
For years I was a dusty on the well-known shelf,
And really feeling awful sorry for myself!
Poor me, I'm just another blues.

Then someone got the notion that I could revive,
He took away my sadnes and he gave me jive;
He added boogie woogie, and when he got through,
He made my blues a blues that anyone could do;
To me, I'm just another blues.

I'd like to thank you for the boogie ride,
Thank you for the A to the bar.
Now I'm on the solid side,
Biggest attraction by far!

I'm just another blues of nineteen forty four,
When they start to play me they all ask for more.
Who'd ever guess that this success could all take place
Because somebody put some boogie in my base;
But still, I'm just another blues.

I'd like to thank you for the boogie ride,
Thank you for the A to the bar.
Now I'm on the solid side,
Biggest attraction by far!

I'm just another blues of nineteen forty four,
When they start to play me they all ask for more.
Who'd ever guess that this success could all take place
Because somebody put some boogie in my base;
But still, I'm just another blues.


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"Just Another Blues" as written by James P. De Maio Dick Charles

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