Category: Classical

Please Dont Talk About Me - Buck Clayton (Trompette) And His French Stars*, Peanuts Holland - Club Session / 1st, Club Session / 2nd (Vinyl, LP)

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  6. Apr 21,  · Clearly there are many, many versions of lyrics and variations on this tune in the western world. Nobody knows who originally wrote the French melody, but whoever it was, Little Richard ain’t got nothin’ on him for lost royalties. SDStaff Jill, Straight Dope Science Advisory Board. Send questions to Cecil via [email protected]
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