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Lisa Simpson - Jazzman (High Quality / Full)

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Published on Dec 7, 2009

"Jazzman", by Bleeding Gums Murphy & Lisa Simpson.

►Lyrics:
"(...) When the Jazzman's testifyin'
A faithless man believes
He can sing you into paradise
Or bring you to your knees.

(...) Jazzman, take my blues away
Make my pain the same as yours
With every change you play
Jazzman, oh, Jazzman (...)"

►Original episode:  "Round Springfield" (Code: 2F32) | Season 6 - Episode 22 |  Released on April, 1995. 

►Plot: "'Round Springfield" is the twenty-second episode of Season 6. This episode features the death of Bleeding Gums Murphy.
Bart gets his appendix removed after swallowing a jagged metal prize in his bowl of Krusty-O's's. He is awarded $500. Meanwhile, Bleeding Gums Murphy passes away and leaves Lisa his saxophone. To honor Murphy, Lisa must raise $500 to buy his record so that it can be played on the radio.

►For more information: http://simpsons.wikia.com/wiki/%27Rou...

►Watch the episode online: http://www.tubeplus.me/player/1473247...




© Ode, 1974. "Jazzman", written by Carole King and David Palmer, recorded at A&M Recording Studios in 1974, under supervision of Lou Adler.


"Oh what the hell, once more from the top...!" ♥

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Comments • 385

TyTimeIsAwesome
I've always loved The Simpsons, but now that I'm older and go back and rewatch these episode, they really were pure genius and genuine.
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Philip Schmidt
The Simpsons at their finest
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SlamVook
Back when the simpsons were top quality
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Anna Jolie
"All we need to do is go down to the pound and get a new Jazz Man" 
StarReel
Ah, back when The Simpsons was a good show.
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Kenny McCormick
Best Simpsons ending ever :)
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Drawyoursword420
Great song! Probably the best (non-original) Simpsons song from that era. Nothing beats that ending when the lightning strikes the radio tower :) :)
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Rendered
Is it weird that I'm head banging to this?.......I need a life
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VictorianRabbit3456
My dad doesn't like jazz but I can't stop him from singing this when we watch this episode. 
Jod the wbee
Best episode ever.
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