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    Mikajas

    6 years ago

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    You Gotta Move by The Rolling Stones was written by [Traditional] and was first recorded by The Willing Four in The Rolling Stones released it on the album Sticky Fingers in It was covered by Reverend John Wilkins, Lou Rawls, Catfish Keith, Ashley Cleveland and other artists.
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    Shakak

    6 years ago

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    The Rolling Stones - You Gotta Move [HQ] - YouTube Sticky Fingers.
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    Gumuro

    6 years ago

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    Jul 25,  · all you need to know you got to move/you got to move don't you surrender don't you hesitate don't give in at all you gotta stay awake you got to move/you got to move all night long your extasis awaits when they play your song you're on to heaven's gate you got to move/you got to move i got you where i want i got you on my wave gonna show you baby what it really takes you got to move/you .
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    Vugore

    6 years ago

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    Bo Weavil Blues Band. Aliases: Bo Weavil, Bo Weavil & Band. Members: Lulu "Sulteco" Lelet, Matthieu Fromont, Vincent Talpaert [a] Artist. Edit Artist ; Share. Marketplace 14 For Sale. Vinyl and CD Discography; 3 Releases 1 Albums.
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    Malarg

    6 years ago

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    You Gotta Move Away from Split-Up Blues $ Lazy-Bones Blues from Mo' Diggin' $ Mississippi Bo Weavil Blues from Mo' Diggin' $.
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    Nern

    6 years ago

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    You got to move You got to move You got to move, child You got to move But when the Lord Gets ready You got to move (guitar) You may be high You may be low You may be rich, child You may be po' But when the Lord gets ready You've got to move (guitar) You see that woman That walk the street You see the policeman Out on his beat But when the Lord.
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    Mezijora

    6 years ago

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    Jun 19,  · You Gotta Move by The Blues Band, Paul Jones on harmonica. Sample for playing this song with our Harmonica Meetup Group.
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    Douzshura

    6 years ago

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    Whatever the source of the song, it's a haunting, primitive acoustic blues with a touch of gospel in its mournful warning that you've got to move when the lord gets ready. The Rolling Stones do their expected accomplished job with the material, with rustic acoustic Delta blues guitar and a Mick Jagger vocal that sounds like he's trying even.