Solitude Mp3 Song Duke Ellington Lyrics

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Solitude

Solitude Mp3 Song, Download Solitude, Solitude Mp3 DownloadOne of the best CD "American Modern Music", was released in 2014 with an Awesome Jazz song "Solitude" .The track was framed by Duke Ellington so on it was well represented by Duke Ellington.Cool Tunes Records, made live the song after making live "Perdido" soundtrack carried out by Duke Ellington.It rapidly drifted up on video platform youtube in 1925, and is seen by 58.62 thousand people.Roughly Calculated earning to Cool Tunes Records from the song is $2724.Duke Ellington meet withmuch more accolades for better presentation of a Jazz soundtrack.It is Duke Ellington`s 19903th song, Out of 19989 all .Major vocalist Duke Ellington participated in two jobs, took part as singers and composer.This soundtrack was produced 3 years ago, reaching to viral by English audience. Vocals for this music track was written by .Song is obtainable on apple store for only $1.29 and whole CD for $27.99.

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Song Name Solitude
CategoriesEnglish.
AlbumAmerican Modern Music.
ComposerDuke Ellington.
GenreJazz.
LabelCool Tunes Records.
SingerDuke Ellington.
Duration 03:24
Record on November 24, 2014
Album Price $27.99
Song Price $1.29
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Solitude Lyrics




In my solitude you haunt me
With reveries of days gone by
In my solitude you taunt me
With memories that never die
I sit in my chair
Filled with despair
Nobody could be so sad
With gloom ev'rywhere
I sit and I stare
I know that I'll soon go mad
In my solitude
I'm praying
Dear Lord above
Send back my love
Alternative lyric:
In my solitude you haunt me
With reveries of days gone by
In my solitude you taunt me
With memories that never die
I sit in my chair
I'm filled with despair
There's no one could be so sad
With gloom ev'rywhere
I sit and I stare
I know that I'll soon go mad
In my solitude
I'm praying
Dear Lord above
Send back my love



Did You Know?


B' side final track from Ellington's "Money Jungle" album. Recorded at Sound Makers, New York, New York on September 17, 1962. Originally released on United Artists (15017). Duke Ellington (piano); Charles Mingus (bass); Max Roach (drums).

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