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(i. turner, t. turner)
Producers: chris lord-aldge, tina turner and roger davies
Album: what's love got to do with it (europe-94)
Previously recorded
, say it ain't so Joe

Big city jungle
African street
The only real difference is in
The people they meet

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Big Chief Part 2 2:33 Trk 4
(Quezerque Gaines)
Professor Longhair (vocal & piano)
Recorded: by Joe Ruffino 1964 - Cosimo Matassa's Studio
Musicians:
Big Chief Part 2 2:33 Trk 4
(Quezerque Gaines)
Professor Longhair (vocal & piano)
Recorded: by Joe Ruffino 1964 - Cosimo Matassa's Studio
Musicians:
High water risin', risin' night and day
All the gold and silver are being stolen away
Big Joe Turner lookin' East and West
From the dark room of his
High water risin' - risin' night and day
All the gold and silver are being stolen away
Big Joe Turner lookin' East and West
From the dark room
, say it ain't so Joe

Big city jungle
African street
The only real difference is in
The people they meet

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Big Chief Part 2 2:33 Trk 4
(Quezerque Gaines)
Professor Longhair (vocal & piano)
Recorded: by Joe Ruffino 1964 - Cosimo Matassa's Studio
Musicians:
It was down in Old Joe's barroom, 
On the corner by the square, 
The usual crowd was assembled 
And big Joe McKinney was there. 

He was
It was down in Old Joe's barroom,
On the corner by the square,
The usual crowd was assembled
And big Joe McKinney was there.
He was standing
It was down in Old Joe's barroom
On the corner by the square
The usual crowd was assembled
And big Joe McKinney was there

He was standing at my
a mouth as big as galway bay

See her drinkin' 16 pints of Pat's blue ribbon
And then she can walk home without a sway
If the sea were beer instead
a mouth as big as galway bay

See her drinkin' 16 pints of Pat's blue ribbon
And then she can walk home without a sway
If the sea were beer instead
Natchez to Mobile
BRFrom Memphis to St. Joe
BRWherever the four winds blow
BRI've been to some big towns
BRI've heard me some big talk
BRBut there is
Natchez to Mobile
BRFrom Memphis to St. Joe
BRWherever the four winds blow
BRI've been to some big towns
BRI've heard me some big talk
BRBut there is
'memba me,
Tell me how could you forget, back to johnny's album cover,
Red and blue Gucci s***,
Ain't nothing changed but the year it is,
I think I
said we got a big show up here tonight
And we have saved you a seat on the front row
Ah I sat and watched and listened
As Grant Turner introduced
'til they head get popped off
By the realest MC, and that's ME!
Joe Crack the Don, I came from the streets
Knee deep in the game, other half in
John Davis - piano, Big Bill Broonzy - gtr
Alfred Elkins - imitation bass
Recording: Chicago, July 30, 1942
Album: Vol. 4 Document Records DOCD5058
This is jail, 3 burners made Tina Turner dance
Probably, you kidin me? Only my man bust side to me
I was gotta be slicin the pot, if I divide it by 3
'til they head get popped off
By the realest MC, and that's ME!
Joe Crack the Don, I came from the streets
Knee deep in the game, other half in
July 21st 1939, Chicago, Illinois
Album: Sonny Boy Williamson 'The Blues'
Chicago 1937-1945 by Fremeaux & Associates #FA 253 
Transcriber:
Now playboy, tell me, how you luv that?

[Verse 2]
Last night  I got a call  on my phone
Ike Turner want to make a "gangsta-slap-a-bitch-pimp" song
He
It was down in Old Joe's barroom
On the corner by the square
The usual crowd was assembled
And big Joe McKinney was there

He was standing at my
*Taken from the album "A Tonic For The Troops"
*Written by Bob Geldof