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  1. Play full-length songs from Hook, Line & Sinker by Roomful of Blues on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster.
  2. Sha-la-la, sha-la-la She calls me her sweet poppa She's got me hook, line & sinker Everywhere I turn When I'm not around her My heart aches and it burns.
  3. Mar 17,  · Roomful of Blues Hook Line and Sinker Label: and even slower numbers like "Kill Me" and "Win With Me, Baby" never stray too far from the Author: David Maine.
  4. Download Hook, Line & Sinker by Roomful Of Blues | eMusic. Skip to main content BROWSE MUSIC. CHARTS. EMUSIC TOKEN. Sign Up Hook, Line and Sinker By Roomful Of Blues Kill Me By Roomful Of Blues 4/5.
  5. Hook, Line & Sinker features twelve carefully chosen songs from Little Richard, Dave Bartholomew, Amos Milburn, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Floyd Dixon and others. Produced by Vachon, the CD is a ferocious and enthusiastic blast of rocking guitars, punching horns and huge, room-filling vocals.
  6. Lyrics to "Kill Me" by ROOMFUL OF BLUES: Kill me / Yeah, yeah, yeah, kill me / Hey, kill me / 'Cause I wanna die / When I found you / Found you with another / Baby, wanna wave / Wave my hands up high / Well, I cry to my child / So won't you kill me, babe? / My days are .
  7. Roomful Of Blues is an American blues and swing revival big band based in Rhode Island. With a recording career that spans over 40 years, they have toured worldwide and recorded many albums. Roomful of Blues, according to The Chicago Sun-Times, .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hook, Line & Sinker on Discogs/5(5).
  9. Jan 17,  · Listen free to Roomful Of Blues – Hook, Line & Sinker (That's A Pretty Good Love, She Walks Right In and more). 12 tracks (). Roomful of Blues have been playing their blistering take on the jump blues for over 35 years and through numerous personnel changes. Only saxman Rich Lataille is left from the band's best-known lineup, and even he joined after Roomful of Blues had been playing.

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