Album Cats: Original Cast Recording (1981 Original London Cast). The Ad-Dressing Of Cats Lyrics. You've heard of several kinds of cat And my opinion now is that You should need no interpreter to understand our character You've learned enough to take the view That cats are very much like you You've seen us both at work and games And learnt about our proper names Our habits and our habitat But how would. Now dogs pretend they like to fight They often bark nor seldom bite But yet a dog is on the whole What you would call a simple soul The usual dog about the town Is much inclined to play the clown And far from showing too much pride Is frequently undignified He's such an easy-going lout He'll answer.
The King O' The Cats. ONE winter's evening the sexton's wife was sitting by the fireside with her big black cat, Old Tom, on the other side, both half asleep and waiting for the master to come home. They waited and they waited, but still he didn't come, till at last he came rushing in, calling out, 'Who's Tommy Tildrum?' in such a wild way that both his wife and his cat stared at him to know what was the matter. Yes, just like that!' said the sexton; 'and as they came nearer and nearer to me I could see them more distinctly; because their eyes shone out with a sort of green light. Well, they all came towards me, eight of them carrying the coffin, and the biggest cat of all walking in front for all the world like - but look at our Tom, how he's looking at me. You'd think he knew all I was saying.
English Deutsch Español Française Portuguese Русский Українська. Original Title: Le roi des chats.
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What'd I Say is the fifth studio album recorded by Ray Charles, and was released in 1959. The release popularized Charles' first top 10 hit, "What'd I Say", and became his first gold record. The album is included in Robert Christgau's "Basic Record Library" of 1950s and 1960s recordings, published in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981). All tracks composed by Ray Charles; except where indicated. What'd I Say" Parts 1 & 2. "Jumpin' in the Mornin'".