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Ain't It A Shame Trk 4 2:31
Antoine 'Fats' Domino
(A. Domino & D. Bartholomew) Imperial Single #5348
Session producer: Dave Bartholomew (Imperial records - Lew Chudd)
Recorded: Mar 15, 1955, Pop Chart #10 Jul 16, 1955
Cosimo Matassa's Studio - New Orleans, LA.
Fats Domino - piano & vocal, Joe Harris - alto sax
Herb Hardesty & Clarence Hall - tenor sax
Alvin 'Red Tyler - baritone sax, Ernest McLean - guitar
Frank Fields - bass, (The Great) Earl Palmer - drums.
Album: 'My Blue Heaven' - The Best of Fats Domino
Imperial/Capitol-EMI, 1990 CDP-7-92808-2


You made me cry
When you said good-bye
Ain't that a shame?
My tears fell like rain
Ain't that a shame?
You're the one to blame

You broke my heart
When you said we'll part
Ain't that a shame?
My tears fell like rain
Ain't that a shame?
You're the one to blame

Oh well, good-bye
Although, I'll cry
Ain't that a shame?
My tears fell like rain
Ain't that a shame?
You're the one to blame

(instrumental & alto sax solo)

You made me cry
When you said, good-bye
Ain't that a shame?
M tears fell like rain
Ain't that a shame?
You're the one to blame

Oh well, good-bye
Although, I'll cry
Ain't that a shame?
My tears fell like rain
Ain't that a shame?
You're the one to blame.

~



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