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  1. Samutilar Reply

    Things ain't what they used to be, no no. Oil wasted on the ocean and upon our seas. Fish full of mercury. [Verse 3] Mercy, mercy me. Things ain't what they used to be, no no. Radiation under.

  2. Zolobar Reply

    Hey do use a favour They changed our local Palais into a bowling alley and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There's Teds in drainpipe trousers and Debs in coffee houses and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There used to be Trams not very quick Gotcha from place to place But now there's just jams half a mile thick I'm walking They stuck parking meters outside our doors to greet us Things .

  3. Akinolkis Reply

    Dec 07,  · Things Ain't What They Used To Be. Artist. Duke Ellington. Album. Duke Ellington. Licensed to YouTube by. SME, Zebralution (on behalf of Bella Musica Edition); Wise Music Group, ASCAP, UNIAO.

  4. Dataur Reply

    Philip Glenister's Things Ain’t What They Used to Be is a hilarious and affectionate look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from three very different decades, that will have you laughing (and cringing) with recognition. If you're going on a nostalgia trip, you couldn’t ask for a better guide/5(24).

  5. Tern Reply

    Things Ain't What They Used To Be Lyrics: Word Things ain't what they used to be out here, man / Ain't no more easy living, no more man / You best to recognize, man, it's a struggle out here.

  6. Shakahn Reply

    "Things Ain't What They Used to Be" is a terrific shuffle swing at BPM. It features a classic melody with written solos available for alto, trumpet, trombone, and tenor sax. A powerful Baylock-style shout chorus is a hit, and the lead trumpet range is to written G on top of the staff. A winner for sure! ().

  7. Zunris Reply

    Aug 28,  · Things Ain’t What They Used To Be was written by Mercer Ellington in Mercer, son of Duke Ellington, wrote this piece for his father’s orchestra due to an ASCAP strike that restricted Duke from airing his compositions. Mercer, not under ASCAP, was not restricted by the strike. This is a popular jazz blues head and well worth learning.

  8. Maucage Reply

    TAB by The Black Keys.

  9. Junos Reply

    This CD contains two of her more "pop" oriented LPs, "Ella" and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be". These diversions are not successful. Of the two LPs, "Ella" is by far the most bizarre: A fiendish collection of mainly rock 'n roll tunes, produced by the talented Richard Perry, this /5(9).

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