Showing albums featuring Azure-Te (Paris Blues). I Hear a Rhapsody (The Columbia Years, Vol. 28 Jun 2011 · 16 tracks.
Gone and got the blues in Paris Paris blues called Azure-Te How can I be blue in Paris? It's easy 'cause you're far away Can't lose these blues, this Azure-Te. Side-walk tables filled with people Always happy, always gay Still I'm all alone in Paris Praying you'll return someday Can't lose this blues, this Azure-Te. Montmarte, springtime, Eiffel Tower Funny taxis, the kids at play Paris without you is lonesome Yearning more and more each day Can't lose this blues, this Azure-Te
Album: The Music of Frank Sinatra-1 (Mizik de Frank Sinatra-1). Gone and got the blues in Paris, Lyrics meaning: Ale ak pran tout kè mare/sere nan Pari, Paris blues called Azure-Te, Lyrics meaning: Paris kè mare/sere te rele ble ki Te, How can I be blue in Paris? Lyrics meaning: Kouman mwen kapab ble nan Pari? Easy 'cause you're far away. Lyrics meaning: Facile paske ou gen byen lwen lakay ou. Can't lose these blues, this Azure-Te. Paris without you is lonesome, Lyrics meaning: Paris san ou chagren, Yearning more and more each day, Lyrics meaning: Yearning pi plis chak jou, Can't lose these blues, this Azure-Te, Lyrics meaning: Pa ka pèdi mizil blouz sa yo, sa a ble ki jwenn, If you knew how much I need you, Lyrics meaning: Si ou te konnen ki kantite mwen.
Print and download Azure-Te sheet music by Frank Sinatra. Sheet music arranged for Piano/Vocal/Guitar in F Major. Gone and got the blues in Paris, The Arrangement Details Tab gives you detailed information about this particular arrangement of Azure-Te - not necessarily the song. Not the arrangement you were looking for? View All Arrangements.
Kenny Burrell - Azure Te (Paris Blues).
|A||Azure-Te (Paris Blues)
Written-By – Benny Davis, Don Wolf
|B||Bim Bam Baby
Written-By – Sammy Mysels
|39819||Frank Sinatra||Bim Bam Baby / Azure-Te (Paris Blues) (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||39819||US||1952|
|39819||Frank Sinatra||Azure-Te (Paris Blues) (Shellac, 10", Promo)||Columbia||39819||US||1952|