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Duke Ellington feat. Coleman Hawkins Lyrics
"Mood Indigo"

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You ain't never been blue; no, no, no,
You ain't never been blue,
Till you've had that mood indigo.
That feelin' goes stealin' down to my shoes
While I just sit here and sigh, "Go 'long blues".

I always get that mood indigo,
Since my baby said goodbye.
And in the evenin' when the lights are low,
I'm so lonely I could cry.
'Cause there's nobody who cares about me,
I'm just a poor fool that's bluer than blue can be.
When I get that mood indigo,
I could lay me down and die.

You ain't never been blue; no, no, no,
You ain't never been blue,
Till you've had that mood indigo.
That feelin' goes stealin' down to my shoes
While I just sit here and sigh, "Go 'long blues".
This song is from the album "1939-40", "Best Of Early Ellington", "Greatest Hits", "Masterpieces 2", "Plays Standards-This Is Jazz N", "This Is Jazz No. 7", "16 Most Requested Songs", "Great London Concerts", "Jazz 'Round Midnight", "Reminiscing In Tempo", "Private Collection 9: Studio Sessions 1968", "Volume 2: From The Cotton Club To Sweden", "Duke Box", "Mood Indigo", "Mood Indigo", "The Treasury Shows", "Meets Coleman Hawkins", "Forever Gold", "Quadromania", "Quadromania", "All Star Road Band 1", "Old Man Blues", "Golden Greats", "Flying Home", "Complete Columbia And Rca Victor Sessions", "8 Classic Albums", "Complete Original American Decca Recordings", "The Duke In Munich", "First Annual Connecticut Jazz Festival", "Blues & Ballads", "Duke: Essential Collection 1927-62", "Complete Ellington Indigos", "The 1954 Los Angeles Concert", "At The Cotton Club", "The Great Duke Ellington" and "At Fargo 1940 Special 60th Anniversary Edition".