Frankie Masters And His Orch - Goodbye Mama (I'm Off to Yokohama) / The Sun Will Soon Be Setting (For The Land Of The Rising Sun) album FLAC
We're off to Yokohama. So be brave and be strong, You won't be gone long. Goodbye bye-bye mama, The land of Yama-Yama, Until April, I guess, Will be our address.
Goodbye Mama (I'm off to Yokohama)" is a World War II song written and composed by J. Fred Coots. The wartime song was first published in 1941 by Chappell and Co. in New York, NY. The song has a march-tempo, 4/4 meter with some syncopated rhythm. The tune is cheery and akin to a Boy Scout hiking song. The sheet music can be found at the Pritzker Military Museum & Library.
There is a house in New Orleans They call it the Rising Sun And it's been the ruin of many a poor girl And me, oh God, I'm one. If I had only listened of what my mama said I'd be at home today But bein' so young and foolish, my Lord Let a gambler lead me astray. Now, my mother is a tailor She sews new blue jeans And my sweetheart is a drunkard, Lord Drinks down in New Orleans. Now the only thing a drunken man needs Is a suitcase and a trunk And the only time he's satisfied Lord, is when he's on the drunk
Goodbye mama I'm off to Yokohama Just to teach all those Japs The Yanks are no saps A million fightin' sons-of-Uncle Sam, if you please Will soon have all those Japs right down on their Japa-knees So goodbye mama I'm off to Yokohama For my country, my flag, and you. Say Goodbye to mama. You're off to Yokohama. Say bye-bye mama, The land of Yama-Yama, Until April, I guess, Will be your address. Goodbye mama, I'm off to Yokohama, For my country, my flag, and you. Другие тексты песен "Dick Robertson Orch". Teddy Powell & his Orchestra - Goodbye Mama, I'm Off To Yokohama.
Looking out the window From the waiting room Skies of blue and white The sun will be setting soon. People sitting and talking As it helps to pass the time Hoping that one day Their health will be fine. To some their future may be in doubt Will they have a tomorrow Or will bad news Fill their mind with sorrow. Their fate put in the hands of doctors Who are only human after all With most people believing They'll help prevent our fall. Looking out the window From the waiting room Knowing in my heart That we all face doom.
You can find the song if you only know parts of the song's lyrics. I just remember that part of the song and I'm not quite sure. Thanks and hope someone knows the song. William 02 July 2019 Reply. I'm looking for the artist/band who sings the song, I'm Not Crazy My Life Has Background Music. It's like rock but an upbeat cheery feeling but the beginning sounds like roaring 20's radio. Anybody know who sings it? Anonymous 02 July 2019 Reply.
Lessons last for a standardised 50 minutes and are always followed by a 10-minute break, which gives the pupils a chance to let off steam. Teachers begin with a formal address and mutual bowing, and then concentrate on whole-class teaching. Classes are large - usually about 40 - and are unstreamed. Traditional ways of teaching form the basis of the lesson and the remarkably quiet classes take their own notes of the points made and the examples demonstrated. Everyone has their own copy of the textbook supplied by the central education authority, Monbusho, as part of the concept of free compulsory education up to the age of 15. These textbooks are, on the whole, small, presumably inexpensive to produce, but well set out and logically developed.
The "rising sun" has been a symbol for brothels in British and American ballads. In the traditional folk version of the song, the main character is either a prostitute or a prisoner. The Animals changed it to a gambler to make their version more radio-friendly. It is not known whether or not the house described in the lyrics was an actual or a fictitious place. There is a B&B in New Orleans called the House of the Rising Sun, decorated in brothel style. The owners are fans of the song, but there is no connection with the original place.
Seems like I got way off track. Похоже, я сошёл с пути, No one ever found me, no one unbound me. Никто не находил меня, никто не освобождал меня. They wonder why I hate myself. Все думают, почему я ненавижу себя, Surrounded by a living hell. I'm paying the price, I've been walking on ice. Я расплачиваюсь, я ходил по тонкому льду. Hey hey you, just get outta my way. Эй, эй, ты, просто уйди с дороги, At the end of the day, you've got nothing to say. На закате дня тебе нечего сказать. Hey hey you, see the look in my eyes. Эй, эй, ты, узри мой взгляд, Will the sun ever rise, will the sun ever rise?
Her radiance was a sad kind of beauty, one that went unnoticed as people slept. Go’ She whispered to him one of those nights, her voice as sweet and sorrowful as the last light of the morning, ‘Go and let me breathe, for you and I have decided fates. You illuminate the day and I cast a glow on the night. We will never be. Our connection would go against what all people believe, all the know’ During the summer he would stay just a little while longer in case she changed her mind.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Goodbye Mama (I'm Off to Yokohama)
Written-By – J. Fred Coots
|B||The Sun Will Soon Be Setting (For The Land Of The Rising Sun)
Written-By – Sammy Lerner
NotesRecorded December 15, 1941
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Printed On Label Side A): 31968
- Matrix / Runout (Printed On Label Side B ): 31969