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(instrumental intro)

Yeah!

Ooh, the language of music
Is known around the world
It's a language that's a-understood
By people, everywhere
(He said, 'Everywhere')
Soon, you'll hear the trumpets
Begin to blow
Ooh, lisen to the trombones
Playin' way down low-oh

Well, everybody seems to playin'
With a lot of soul
Ooh, fellas do you mind
If I join in an play along?

Ev'rybody, yeah

(instrumental all & Stevie harmonica)

Just a little bit of drums

(drums)

'Ooh'
(Hey-hey-hey-hey)

I think the drummer
Has found a new groove
Listen close, an you will hear
The saxophones move

(sax)

If you feelin'
What you, hearin'
Well, don't you know?
Yeah!
Oh, it's just the music
That personal music
Talkin' to your soul

It can make you blue
Or make you feel so glad
Ooh, it's the best way of talkin'
That man has ever had

Ev'rybody 'round the world
Singin', now

(Hey-hey-hey-hey)

Ooh-hey!

(harmonica)

(Hey-hey-hey-hey)

Yeah-yeah, yeah-yeah, yeah

FADES:

(Hey, hey, hey, hey).

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