• Artist: The Wiyos
  • Title: Ain't A Thing
  • Genre: Jazz - 20’s - 40’s
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, All Other, Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/20/2012
  • Lyric themes: Uncertainty Questioning, Fighting Arguing
  • Lyrics: how many times would you say we cover the same ground how long must we run around balling in the chambers where the books lay out and the wrinkles frown, and the fight goes down but tonight your back, tonight your layin here expectin' me to listen up, expecting me to be an ear throw the mail in the air, in the dirty dish water well it all don't mean, it all don't mean, it all don't mean a thing lavish Great Danes all worried about their hair and the girl from last night wondering what she'll wear when the band comes marchin with the big sousaphone dont be standin on the side messin with your phone cause they only come but once a year you got one chance to throw down your hair when the clock strikes 12, don't ya know he'll melt from the riches to the rags, those types are all fakes and by the mornin light, like its his right he'll turn into a toad, yes a horny toad but it all don't mean, it all don't mean, it all don't mean, it all don't mean a thing hey joe pieweed, whatcha gonna do I got one too many clippings, dont know for who if I show empty handed, what's she gonna think she already thinks, you're a rinky dink dink when the clouds roll out, and the sun goes down the big hand on the clock beats the little one round sing the song that sets your mind at ease, oh won't you please sing it for me the song that sets your sails to sea, sing it for me, I'll sing a harmony
  • Keywords: cheerful, lively, jazzy, retro, jazz, americana, sultry, Bass, Brass, Cabaret, Guitar

About The Wiyos

The Wiyos 2011

The Wiyos are no longer the street busking acoustic old-timey Brooklyn band they began as in 2002. Since their inaugural tour to New Orleans they have been on a constant path of evolution. Much like the crime driven street gang of New York they take their name from (The Whyos, circa 1870's), The Wiyos have ceaselessly metamorphosed their trade. Their Vaudeville-like performances reached its zenith in 2009 when they were featured in the BBC television ...

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