Have You Met Miss Jonse - Lars Ekström Line-up - So Far So Good (CD, Album)

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  1. She was just Miss Jones to me. And then I said, "Miss Jones, you're a girl who understands I'm a man who must be free." And all at once I lost my breath, and all at once was scared to death, And all at once I owned the earth and sky. And now I've met Miss Jones, and we'll keep on meeting till we die, Miss Jones and I. [musical interlude].
  2. Have You Met Miss Jones (outtake) Lyrics: "Have you met Miss Jones?" someone said as we shook hands / She was just Miss Jones to me / And then I said, "Miss Jones, you're a girl who understands.
  3. “Have You Met Miss Jones” is a tune written by Richard Rodgers for the musical comedy “I’d Rather Be Right”in Lyrics were written by Lorenz Hart. This tune has been recorded and performed by many notable jazz musicians. It’s a common jam session tune and very important to .
  4. "Have you met Miss Jones?" Someone said as we shook hands She was just Miss Jones to me And then I said, "Miss Jones You're a girl who understands I'm a man who must be free" And all at once I lost my breath And all at once was scared to .
  5. Have You Met Miss Jones Tutorial ‘Have You Met Miss Jones’ is written in the key of F Major and is usually played at a fast tempo. The tune was originally written by Richard Rodgers for the musical comedy ‘I’d Rather Be Right’ and has since been recorded by many of the great jazz musicians such as Art Tatum, Hank Jones, Kenny Barron, Chet Baker and Oscar Peterson.
  6. Jan 20,  · If I had just one day to build a collection, I’d probably hit the über-cute Australian shop called Have You Met Miss Jones and sweep up every single piece of snowstorm-white bone china. From the paper bags to the elephant-topped jam jar, it all cleanses my design palate so refreshingly and makes me want to begin collecting baby siaticomroundterdabicijarchosilkau.xyzinfo possibly even hedgehogs.
  7. I've been studying the standard Have You Met Miss Jones and I came across a very interesting chord progression in the B section of the piece. The A section is pretty typical and the key it's in is F major, but once you hit the B section, there's 8 bars of pretty interesting chords.
  8. Jul 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Have You Met Miss Jones? · Chet Baker Lonely Star ℗ Prestige Records, Inc. Released on: .

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