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MR. BOJANGLES (BIG BAND CHART)

Robbie Williams - Mr. Bojangles Sheet Music - Big Band Arrangement / Chart : Robbie Williams Image

MR. BOJANGLES (FROM SWING WHEN YOU'RE WINNING) (JERRY JEFF WALKER)

BIG BAND, PRICE 30(GBP) / $45(USD), ORDER NO. CAB065, ISMN: M-708026-64-8

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Another note-for-note transcription of an arrangement performed by Robbie Williams on the Swing When You're Winning CD. The prominent string orchestra parts on the recording have been successfully adapted to produce a playable keyboard part (employing an ensemble string sound). The tasteful piano fills played on the track have been transcribed note-for-note and cued on the keyboard part in miniature size. The important guitar accompaniment part is fully notated, complete with chord symbols. Originally recorded by Sammy Davis Jr., this is a classic and timeless big band arrangement.

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Bojangle jangle, Bojangle jangle,

Bojangle jangle, Bojangle jangle,

Bojangle jangle.

 

I knew a man, Bojangles, and he'll dance for you

In worn-out shoes.

With silver hair, a ragged shirt, baggy pants,

He will do the old soft shoe.

He would jump so high, jump so high,

Then he'd lightly touch down.

 

Told me of a time he worked with, with minstrel shows,

Travelling throughout the South.

Spoke with tears for fifteen years how his, how his dog and he,

They would travel about.

But his dog up and died, got up and died,

And after twenty years he still grieves.

 

He said, 'I dance now and every chance in honky tonks

For my drinks and tips.

But most the time I, I spend behind these county bars,

You see son, I, I drinks a bit.'

Then he shook his head. Oh Lord, when he shook his head,

I could swear I heard somebody saying . . .

 

'Please, that's Mister Bojangles, calling Mister Bojangles,

Mister Bojangles, come back and dance,

And dance, and dance, please, dance.'

Mister Bojangles, Mister Bojangles,

A-Mister Bojangles, come back and dance,

And dance, and dance, please, dance.

 

Come back and dance again, Mister Bojangles.

 

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