George Williams And Bessie Brown - You Ain’t Quittin’ Me Without Two Weeks Notice / It Takes A Brownskin Man To Make A High Yellow Blue mp3 album
Ayy, ayy Chris, ayy man (Oh, tonight) You know it's been a long time you know since we hooked up, man and did somethin', real, you know Haha, somethin' for them, for the, ladies, ya dig that (Oh, tonight) Oh yeah, you know we, hey, you know we, hey (Oh, tonight) You know we do. it for the ladies (Check it. I-I-I'm in the club doin' my two step (Ayy) I pulled about eight broads already, I'm just gettin' my feet wet (Hey) But I ain't even knockin' your style 'Cause I be here all day tryna count how many girls want Bow (What?) Ooh, see you on the blogs with your dude and all that (Uh-huh) But little do you know, you makin' yourself look whack (Uh-huh) If dude got a problem, better tell him to fall back (Uh-huh) I'm blowin' real big in VIP, yeah, that loud pack S-S-See it's me and Chris in here (Breezy)
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SWEET BROWN lyrics : "Ain't Nobody Got Time for That". Ain't nobody got time for that Ain't nobody got time for that Ain't nobody got time, ain't nobody got time Ain't nobody got time for that. Well, I woke up to go get me a cold pop Then I thought somebody was BBQing I said, "Oh, lord Jesus it's a fire!" Then I ran out, I didn't grab no shoes or nothing Jesus I ran for my life. Ain't nobody got time for that Ain't nobody got time for that Ain't nobody got time, ain't nobody got time Ain't nobody got time for. All SWEET BROWN lyrics.
There are two types of people: those who are easy to be with but also easy to be without, and who are difficult to be with, but impossible to be without. An intelligent man is sometimes forced to be drunk and spend time with his stupidity. If you allow yourself to make jokes, people don’t take you seriously. But these same people don’t understand that there is much in this life which one cannot endure without a sense of humour. Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated. Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know . One man alone ain’t got, no matter how alone, ain’t got no bloody chance. The essential gift for a good writer is a built-in, shockproof, bullshit detector. All good books are alike: they seem more true than life itself.
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|B||It Takes A Brownskin Man To Make A High Yellow Blue|
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company
- Piano – Alexander Brown
- Written-By – Lem Braxton, Steve Decatur
NotesBoth sides were recorded on February 8, 1924 in New York, NY.
First advertised in the Chicago Defender on April 12, 1924.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 81538 3-10
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 81538
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): 81540 4-10
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 81540
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