Pinwheel of Death

Rudy Jackson


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Writers Duke Ellington, Lorraine Feather, Rudy Jackson, Bubber Miley

Genres Standard, Jazz Standard, Jazz, Blues, Big Band Era

Recorded 1994

Lyrics WHEN THE DAYS
ARE SAD AND LONG,
I JUST KEEP
WANDERING ON,
TO THE PLACE
I HEAR A CALL,
BECAUSE THE ONE I LOVE
IS THERE
BACK TO THE FIELDS
OF COTTON
TO HEAR
A CREOLE LOVE CALL.

1994 lyrics by Lorraine Feather:
A SUITCASE OPEN
ON THE FLOOR,
IN ROOM
ELEVEN EIGHTY FOUR,
YOUR PICTURE
LYING BY THE PHONE,
IT'S CLOSE TO MORNING
AND I'M LONELY
NO ONE AROUND TO CARE,
SO I STARE
AT THESE WALLS.

I KNOW SOME PEOPLE
HERE IN TOWN,
AND THEY WERE SHOWING ME
AROUND,
THEY KNEW
THE HAPPENING PLACE TO GO,
WE LAUGHED
AND GOT A LITTLE LOWDOWN.
BUT NOW
I WANT YOU NEAR
BABY,
HEAR MY LOVE CALL.

THE MOON IS MISTY
AND GRAY,
IT NEVER SEEMS
SO FAR AWAY.
I TOUCH YOU AGAIN,
BUT NOT TOMORROW.
THEN FACE TO FACE
WE'LL LIE,
GOODBYE,
JUST A MEMORY.

A SUITCASE OPEN
ON THE FLOOR,
IN ROOM
ELEVEN EIGHTY FOUR.
I KNOW
AS I LIE VERY STILL,
I DREAMT
YOUR SCENT
WAS ON THE PILLOW.
TOO SOON TO DISAPPEAR,
BABY,
HEAR MY LOVE CALL.
 

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