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Strange Love - Slim Harpo

Strange Love

I'm a King Bee
blues true blood Soundtrack harmonica Slim Harpo



Slim Harpo (11 January 1924 – 31 January 1970) was a blues musician. Born James Moore in Lobdel, Louisiana, the eldest in an orphaned family, Moore worked as a longshoreman and building worker during the late 1930s and early 1940s. One of the foremost proponents of post-war rural blues, he began performing in Baton Rouge bars under the name Harmonica Slim. He later accompanied Lightning Slim, his brother-in-law, both live and in the studio, before commencing his own recording career in 1957. Show more ...

Strange Love - Slim Harpo

Strange Love Trk 5 2:07
(Jerry West)
Slim Harpo
Slim Harpo - vocal & harmonica
Guitar Gable's - guitar, Clinton 'Fats Perodin - bass
Clarence 'Jockey' Etienne - drums.
Recorded: Crowley, Louisiana, November 5, 1957
Album: The Best of Slim Harpo HIPD40072
Excello Records 2138



Strange love
Cutest thing I ever seen
Strange love
Cutest thing I ever seem
You remind me of something
That I have seen in a dream

Can I take you out to dinner
Some place where we can be alone?
Can I take you out to dinner
Some place where we can be alone?
Tell you how much I love you
Then let me hold you in my arms

(harmonica & instrumental)

You as sweet as honey
Love to be yo' honey comb
You as sweet as any honey
I love to be yo' honey comb
Then when the time is right, darlin'
There'll be some lovin' goin' on.

(harmonica & instrumental to end)

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