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Ray's Blues - Ray Charles

Ray's Blues

The Genius Sings The Blues
blues rhythm and blues jazz soul piano



Ray Charles (Ray Charles Robinson, Albany, Georgia, September 23, 1930 - Beverly Hills, California, June 10, 2004), was an American singer-songwriter, musician, arranger, and band leader. As a rock and roll, rhythm & blues, soul, blues, jazz, country and pop musician he helped to shape the sound of rhythm & blues. He brought a soulful sound to everything from country music ("I Can't Stop Loving You") to rock and roll ("Mess Around"), to pop standards to a now-iconic rendition of "America the Beautiful. Show more ...

Ray's Blues - Ray Charles

Well, have you ever woke up in the morning sometimes
Just about the break of day
Well, have you ever woke up in the morning sometimes
Just about the break of day

Reach over and feel the pillow, baby
Where your sweet man used to lay

Well baby, it's so lonesome by myself
Well, it's so lonesome, baby, just sleeping all by myself
Well, I don't want nobody but my baby
Shouting, my baby's loving somebody else

Oh baby, won't you please hear my plea?
Hallelujah, I said, oh, oh baby, won't you please hear my plea?
Well, wherever you may be, darling
Bring your fine self home to me



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