To Love the Language

Harry Connick, Jr.

credits


publisher: ©SHAPIRO BERNSTEIN & CO. INC.
writers: Harry Connick Jr, Ramsey Mclean
album: Track 8 in album She
release date: 1994-7-12
popularity : 2 users have visited this page.
length: 5:01
producer: Tracey Freeman
mixer: Gregg Rubin
engineer: Gregg Rubin

Album Information

label: Columbia
country(area): United States
format: CD
barcode: 074646437629
script: Latin

Cover Art

Harry Connick, Jr. She cover art

Lyrics

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I is just what I was,
To love the language,
On the banks of the Mississippi.
Ax', ya "x," what talks in tongues.
To love the language,
On the banks of the Mississippi.
Stayin' by my mama's,
Where there's always somethin' good to eat.
Honey, and cherries,

Jasmine, wysteria and fleur-de-lis.
You got to be born

And live life leisurely.
Flop out in a rockin' chair.
You got to be born

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 She
  • 2 Between Us
  • 3 Here Comes the Big Parade
  • 4 Trouble
  • 5 (I Could Only) Whisper Your Name
  • 6 Follow the Music
  • 7 Joe Slam and the Spaceship
  • 8 To Love the Language
  • 9 Honestly Now (Safety's Just Danger… Out of Place)
  • 10 She… Blessed Be the One
  • 11 Funky Dunky
  • 12 Follow the Music Further
  • 13 That Party
  • 14 Booker