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Fats Domino lyrics

Fats Domino

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This talented entertainer was a giant in the music industry in the fifties and sixties. He does blues, rock and roll and country, or any other genre he chooses. Fats (Antoine Domino) is a true New Orleans guy being born there in 1928 and continues to have his home there to this day. His brother-in-law taught him to play piano and he started performing in public at the age of ten. He left school at an early age working days and performing at nightclubs in the evenings.

Fats joined a well known band in the mid forties and signed with Imperial Records in 1949 but it wasn't until 1955 that "Ain't That A Shame" hit the charts and he exploded on the rock and roll scene and the rest is history. His record sales top 65 million and is a true pioneer. His music is very entertaining.

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Fats Domino lyrics

Ain't Gonna Do It

Ain't It Good

Ain't That A Shame

Ain't That Just Like A Woman

All By Myself

Another Mule

Are You Going My Way

Baby Please

Bad Luck And Trouble

Be My Guest

Before I Grow Too Old

Birds and Bees

Blue Monday

Blueberry Hill

Bo Weevil

Brand New Baby

Bye Baby Bye Bye

Can't Go On Without You

Careless Love


Christmas Is A Special Day

Country Boy

Darktown Strutter's Ball

Detroit City Blues

Did You Ever See A Dream Walking

Don't Blame It On Me

Don't Come Knockin'

Don't Lie To Me

Don't You Hear Me Calling You

Don't You Know

Every Night About This Time

Fell In Love On Monday

Forever Forever

Going Home

Going To The River

Good Hearted Man

Hands Across The Table

Heartbreak Hill

Hello Josephine

Helping Hand

Hide Away Blues

Hold Hands

I Can't Go On

I Don't Know Why I Love You But I Do

I Hear You Knocking

I Just Cry

I Want To Walk You Home

If You Need Me

In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town

I'da Jane

I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday

I'm Going To Cross That River

I'm In Love Again

I'm In The Mood For Love

I'm Ready

I'm Walking

I've Been Calling

It Keeps Raining

It's You I Love

Kansas City

Lazy Lady

Let The Four Winds Blow

Long Lonsome Journey

Magic Isles

Mardi Gras In New Orleans


My Blue Heaven

My Girl Josephine

My Heart Is Bleeding

My Heart Is In Your Hands

My Toot Toot

One Night Of Sin

Please Come Home For Christmas

Poor Me

Put Your Arms Around Me Honey

Rising Sun

Rockin' Bicycle

Sally Was A Good Old Girl

Set Me Free

Sick And Tired

Stagger Lee

Tell Me That You Love Me

The Big Beat

The Girl I Love

Three Nights A Week

Tired Of Crying

Troubles Of My On

Trust In Me

Valley Of Tears

Wait And See

Walking To New Orleans

What A Party

What A Price I Had To Pay

What Will I Tell My Heart

What's The Reason I'm Not Pleasing You

When The Saints Go Marching In

Whiskey Heaven

Whole Lot Of Loving

Won't You Come On Back

Would You

You Know I Miss You

You Left Me

You Said You Love Me

Young School Girl


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