The thrill is gone It's gone away for good The thrill is gone baby It's gone away for good Someday I know I'll be over it all baby Just like I know a good man should. You know I'm free, free now baby I'm free from your spell Oh I'm free, free, free now I'm free from your spell And now that it's all over All I can do is wish you well. album: "Completely Well" (1969). So Excited No Good You're Losin' Me What Happened Confessin' The Blues Key To My Kingdom Cryin' Won't Help You Now You're Mean The Thrill Is Gone.
The Thrill Is Gone is found on the album Introducing . King & Friends Ain't Nobody Home!: The Very Best of . Everyday I Have the Blues Move to the Groove King of Blues Blues You Can Use Twin Best Essential Collection .
Medley: The Thrill Is Gone, I Ain't Gonna Be the First to Cry. This song is by . The thrill is goneThe thrill is gone awayThe thrill is gone, babyThe thrill is gone awayYou know you done me wrong, babyAnd you'll be sorry someday. The thrill is goneIt's gone away from me, yeahThe thrill is gone, babyThe thrill is gone away from meAlthough I'll still live onBut so lonely I'll be.
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The Thrill Is Gone" is a blues song written by Rick Darnell and Roy Hawkins in 1951 and popularized by B. B. King in 1970. The song was first recorded by Hawkins and became a minor hit for the musician. King recorded his version of the song in June 1969 for his album Completely Well, released the same year. The song's polished production and use of strings marked a departure from both the original song and King's previous material. How Blue Can You Get? .
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|2||Paying The Cost To Be The Boss|
|3||Why I Sing The Blues|
|4||Everyday I Have The Blues|
|6||Sweet Little Angel|
|7||All Over Again|
|9||Darling You Know I Love You|
|12||Please Love Me|