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Harry Belafonte

An actor, humanitarian, and the acknowledged "King of Calypso," Harry Belafonte ranked among the most seminal performers of the postwar era. One of the most successful African-American pop stars in history, Belafonte's staggering talent, good looks, and masterful assimilation of folk, jazz, and worldbeat rhythms allowed him to achieve a level of mainstream eminence and crossover popularity virtually unparalleled in the days before the advent of the civil rights movement -- a cultural uprising which he himself helped spearhead.

Harold George Belafonte, Jr., was born March 1, 1927, in Harlem, NY. The son of Caribbean-born immigrants, he returned with his mother to her native Jamaica at the age of eight, remaining there for the next five years. Upon returning to the U.S., Belafonte dropped out of high school to enlist in the U.S. Navy; after his discharge, he resettled in New York City to forge a career as an actor, performing with the American Negro Theatre while studying drama at Erwin Piscator's famed Dramatic Workshop alongside the likes of Marlon Brando and Tony Curtis.

A singing role resulted in a series of cabaret engagements, and eventually Belafonte even opened his own club. Initially, he put his clear, silky voice to work as a straight pop singer, launching his recording career on the Jubilee label in 1949; however, at the dawn of the 1950s he discovered folk music, learning material through the Library of Congress' American folk songs archives while also discovering West Indian music. With guitarist Millard Thomas, Belafonte soon made his debut at the legendary jazz club the Village Vanguard; in 1953, he made his film bow in Bright Road, winning a Tony Award the next year for his work in the Broadway revue John Murray Anderson's Almanac.

With his lead role in Otto Preminger's film adaptation of Oscar Hammerstein's Carmen Jones, Belafonte shot to stardom; after signing to the RCA label, he issued Mark Twain and Other Folk Favorites, which reached the number three slot on the Billboard charts in the early weeks of 1956. His next effort, titled simply Belafonte, reached number one, kick-starting a national craze for calypso music; Calypso, also issued in 1956, topped the charts for a staggering 31 weeks on the strength of hits like "Jamaica Farewell" and the immortal "Banana Boat (Day-O)."

Following the success of 1957's An Evening with Belafonte and its hit "Mary's Boy Child," Belafonte returned to film, using his now considerable clout to realize the controversial film Island in the Sun, in which his character contemplates an affair with a white woman portrayed by Joan Fontaine. Similarly, 1959's Odds Against Tomorrow cast him as a bank robber teamed with a racist accomplice. Also in 1959 he released the LP Belafonte at Carnegie Hall, a recording of a sold-out April performance that spent over three years on the charts; Belafonte Returns to Carnegie Hall followed in 1960 and featured appearances by Odetta, Miriam Makeba, and the Chad Mitchell Trio.

At the turn of the 1960s, Belafonte became television's first black producer; his special Tonight with Harry Belafonte won an Emmy that same year. Although dissatisfied with filmmaking, he continued his prolific album output with 1961's Jump Up Calypso and 1962's The Midnight Special, which featured the first-ever recorded appearance by a young harmonica player named Bob Dylan. As the Beatles and other stars of the British Invasion began to dominate the pop charts, Belafonte's impact as a commercial force diminished; 1964's Belafonte at the Greek Theatre was his last Top 40 effort, and subsequent efforts like 1965's An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba and 1966's In My Quiet Room struggled even to crack the Top 100. 1969's Homeward Bound earned Belafonte his final Billboard chart appearance, although he continued to record. He then made his first film appearance in over a decade in 1970's The Angel Levine and continued to focus on his work as a civil rights activist.

In addition to his continued work in recording (albeit less frequently after leaving RCA in the mid-'70s) and film (1972's Buck and the Preacher and 1974's Uptown Saturday Night), Belafonte spent an increasing amount of the 1970s and 1980s as a tireless humanitarian; most famously, he was a central figure of the USA for Africa effort, singing on the 1985 single "We Are the World." A year later, he replaced Danny Kaye as UNICEF's Goodwill Ambassador. After a long absence from the screen, Belafonte resurfaced in the mid-'90s in a number of film roles, most notably in the reverse-racism drama White Man's Burden and Robert Altman's jazz-era period piece Kansas City. Although at this point Belafonte had stopped recording new music, he kept his name in the news by releasing the occasional live album (including 1997's An Evening with Harry Belafonte & Friends) as well as being an outspoken proponent of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez and opponent of the Bush government. ~ Jason Ankeny
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Homeward Bound

1. Homeward Bound

2. Sad Heart

3. The Last Time I Saw Her

4. The Dolphin

5. If I Were a Carpenter

6. Don't Talk Now

7. Softly

8. Suzanne

9. Tomorrow Is a Long Time

10. Little Bird

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Track List: Belafonte Sings of Love

1. By the Time I Get to Phoenix

2. Annie - Love

3. Sleep Late, My Lady Friend

4. Once In My Lifetime

5. You Time

6. In the Beginning

7. A Day In the Life of a Fool

8. When Spring Comes Around (My Love, My Love)

9. In the Name of Love

10. The First Day of Forever

11. Each Day (I Look for Yesterday)

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Track List: Belafonte By Request

1. Mr. Bojangles

2. Oh Linda

3. Missouri Birds

4. Big City Living

5. Abraham, Martin and John

6. You'll Still Be Needing Me After I'm Gone

7. Marianne

8. Scarborough Fair / Canticle

9. Put Your Tears Away

10. I've Got a Secret

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Track List: Loving You Is Where I Belong

1. Something to Hold On

2. Mary Makes Magic

3. The Rose

4. I Told You

5. Streets of London

6. Loving You is Where I Belong

7. Forever Young / Jabulani

8. I Don't Need Her

9. Did You Know

10. Genuine Imitation Life

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Track List: Belafonte On Campus

1. Roll On, Buddy

2. The Hands I Love

3. The Last Thing On My Mind

4. Delia

5. The Far Side of the Hill

6. Waly, Waly

7. Sail Away Ladies

8. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

9. Hold On to Me Babe

10. Those Three Are On My Mind

11. The Dog Song

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Track List: Love is a Gentle Thing

1. Fifteen (Theme of the World, the Flesh and the Devil)

2. I Never Will Marry

3. I'm Goin' Away

4. Small One

5. Bella Rosa

6. All My Trials

7. Green Grow the Lilacs

8. Times Are Gettin' Hard

9. Turn Around

10. Go 'Way from My Window

11. Delia's Gone

12. Walkin' On the Green Grass

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Track List: Belafonte Sings of The Caribbean

1. Scratch Scratch

2. Lucy's Door

3. Cordelia Brown

4. Don't Ever Love Me

5. Love, Love Alone

6. Coconut Woman

7. Haiti Cherie

8. Judy Drowned

9. Island In the Sun (From "Island In the Sun")

10. Angelique-O

11. Lead Man Holler (From "Island In The Sun")

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Track List: In My Quiet Room

1. Quiet Room

2. Portrait of a Sunday Afternoon

3. Raindrops

4. Our Time for Loving

5. The Honey Wind Blows

6. The Girls in Their Summer Dresses

7. Long About Now

8. I'm Just a Country Boy

9. Summertime Love

10. Try to Remember

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Track List: Ballads, Blues & Boasters

1. Tone The Bell Easy

2. Blue Willow Moan

3. Ananias

4. Boy

5. My Love Is A Dewdrop

6. Back Of The Bus

7. Pastures Of Plenty

8. John The Revelator

9. Four Strong Winds

10. Black Betty

11. Big Boat Up The River

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Track List: "Mark Twain" and Other Folk Favorites

1. Mark Twain

2. Man Piaba

3. John Henry

4. Tol' My Captain

5. Kalenda Rock (Mourning Song)

6. The Drummer and the Cook

7. The Fox

8. Soldier, Soldier

9. The Next Big River

10. Delia

11. Mo Mary

12. Lord Randall

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Track List: The Midnight Special

1. Midnight Special

2. Crawdad Song

3. Memphis Tennessee

4. Gotta Travel On

5. Did You Hear About Jerry?

6. On Top of Old Smokey

7. Muleskinner

8. Makes a Long Time Man Feel Bad

9. Michael Row the Boat Ashore

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Track List: Belafonte Sings the Blues

1. A Fool for You

2. Losing Hand

3. One for My Baby (Remastered)

4. In the Evening Mama

5. Hallelujah I Love Her So

6. The Way That I Feel

7. Cotton Fields

8. God Bless the Child (Remastered)

9. Mary Ann

10. Sinner's Prayer

11. Fare Thee Well

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Track List: Belafonte

1. Water Boy

2. Troubles

3. Suzanne (Every Night When the Sun Goes Down)

4. Matilda

5. Take My Mother Home

6. Noah

7. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

8. In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'

9. Unchained Melody

10. Jump Down, Spin Around

11. Sylvie

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Track List: Jump Up Calypso

1. Sweetheart From Venezuela

2. Go Down Emanuel Road

3. The Baby Boy

4. Gloria

5. Land of the Sea and Sun

6. Goin' Down Jordan

7. Jump in the Line

8. Kingston Market

9. Monkey

10. These Are The Times

11. Bally Mena

12. Angelina

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Track List: An Evening with Belafonte

1. Merci bon Dieu

2. Once Was

3. Hava Nageela

4. Danny Boy

5. The Drummer and the Cook

6. Come O My Love

7. Shenandoah

8. Mary's Boy Child

9. Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma

10. Eden Was Just Like This

11. When The Saints Go Marching In

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Track List: Calypso Carnival

1. Don't Stop the Carnival

2. Chinita

3. Trinidad Carnival Time

4. Lena

5. Black and White (Together)

6. Out de Fire

7. Season for Carnival

8. Custer's Last Stand

9. Mango, Coconut, Sugar Cane

10. Elegant Donkey (Jackass)

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Track List: Swing Dat Hammer

1. Look Over Yonder

2. Bald Headed Woman

3. Grizzly Bear

4. Diamond Joe

5. Here Rattler Here

6. Another Man Done Gone

7. Swing Dat Hammer

8. Go Down Old Hannah

9. Rocks and Gravel

10. Talkin' an' Signifyin'

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Track List: The Warm Touch

1. Something In the Way She Moves

2. Circle 'Round the Sun

3. The Paris Song

4. Louise

5. No Regrets

6. Cycles

7. Circle Game

8. Her Song

9. Rainy Day Man

10. Fare Thee Well

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Track List: The Many Moods Of Belafonte

1. Tongue Tie Baby

2. Who's Gonna Be Your Man

3. 'Long About Now

4. Bamotsweri

5. I'm On My Way To Saturday

6. Betty An' Dupree

7. Summertime Love

8. Lyla, Lyla

9. Zombie Jamboree (Album Version) (2016)

10. Try To Remember

11. Dark As A Dungeon

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Track List: Who's Gonna Be Your Man

1. Who's Gonna Be Your Man

2. Summertime Love

3. Betty 'An Dupree

4. Lyla Lyla

5. Bamotsweri

6. Try To Remember

7. Long About Now

8. Zombie Jamboree

9. I'm On My Way To Saturday

10. Dark As A Dungeon

11. Tongue Tie Baby

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Track List: Belafonte Sings For The Caribbean

1. Angelique-O

2. Cocoanut Woman

3. Cordelia Brown

4. Dont Ever Love Me

5. Haiti Cherie

6. Island In The Sun

7. Judy Drownded

9. Love Love Alone

10. Lucys Door

11. Scratch Scratch

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Track List: Sing Your Song: The Music

1. Mark Twain

2. Sylvie

3. Mama Look A Boo Boo

4. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

5. Cocoanut Woman

6. Banana Boat (Day-O)

7. Island In The Sun (From "Island In The Sun")

8. Jump Down, Spin Around

9. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

10. Jamaica Farewell

11. Matilda

13. Jump In The Line

15. Turn The World Around

16. Can't Cross Over (River Come Down)

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Track List: Folk Favourites

1. Delia

2. John Henry

3. Kalenda Rock

4. Lord Randall

5. Man Piaba

6. Mark Twain

7. Mo Mary

8. Soldier Soldier

9. The Drummer And The Cook

10. The Fox

11. The Next Big River

12. Tol My Captain

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Track List: Moments

1. God Bless The Child

2. Matilda!

3. Cotton Fields

4. Jamaica Farewell

7. Mama Look A Booboo

8. Island In The Sun

9. Danny Boy

10. Come Back Liza

11. Day-O (Banana Boat Song)

12. Coconut Woman

13. Scarlet Ribbons - For Her Hair

14. Turn Around

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Track List: The Essential Harry Belafonte

Disc 1

1. Midnight Special

2. Island In The Sun

3. Zombie Jamboree (Back To Back)

4. Delia

5. Cocoanut Woman

6. Danny Boy

7. Jamaica Farewell

8. Turn The World Around

9. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

10. Cu-Cu-Ru-Cu-Cu Paloma

11. I'm Just A Country Boy

12. Venezuela

13. Hava Nageela

14. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

15. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

16. Shenandoah

17. Angelina

18. Matilda

19. Empty Chairs

20. Jump In The Line

Disc 2

1. Jerry (This Timber Got To Roll)

2. Waly Waly

3. In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'

4. Cotton Fields

5. And I Love You So

6. Those Three Are On My Mind

7. Goin' Down Jordan

8. Abraham, Martin And John

9. On Top Of Old Smokey

10. My Lord What A Mornin'

11. Jump Down, Spin Around

12. Mary's Boy Child

13. Mama Look A Boo Boo

14. (There's A) Hole In The Bucket (Feat Falumi)

15. Take My Mother Home

16. Try To Remember

17. Banana Boat (Day-O) (Live)

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Track List: Banana Boat

1. Day-O (Banana Boat Song)

2. Matilda

4. Shenandoah

5. Jamaica Farewell

6. The Fox

7. Hallelujah, I Love Her So

8. Scarlet Ribbons

9. Sylvie

12. John Henry

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Track List: Very Best Of Harry Belafonte

1. Land Of The Sea And Sun

2. Done Laid Around (AKA Gotta Travel On)

3. Banana Boat (Day-O)

4. Suzanne (Every Night When The Sun Goes Down)

5. Angelina

6. Cotton Fields

7. Angelique-O

8. Jump Down, Spin Around

9. Jump In The Line

10. Cu-Cu-Ru-Cu-Cu Paloma

11. Coconut Woman

12. Jamaica Farewell

13. I'm Just A Country Boy

14. Gomen Nasai (Forgive Me)

15. Hold 'em Joe

16. Two Brothers

17. Island In The Sun

18. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

19. Mama, Look A Boo Boo

20. Bam Bam Bamba

21. Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)

22. Mary's Boy Child

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Track List: Greatest Hits

Disc 1

1. A-Roving

2. Chiminey Smoke

3. Shenandoah

4. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

5. Jerry (This Timber Got To Roll)

6. Scarlet Ribbons

7. Gomen Nasai (Forgive Me)

8. Suzanne (Every Night When The Sun Goes Down)

9. Matilda!

10. Venezuela

11. Hold 'Em Joe

12. Im Just A Country Boy

13. Man Piaba

14. John Henry

15. Sylvie

16. Jump Down, Spin Around

17. In That Great Gettin' Up Mornin'

18. Unchained Melody

19. Come Back Liza

20. I Do Adore Her

21. Jamaica Farewell

Disc 2

1. Day-O (Banana Boat Song)

2. Cu-Cu-Ru-Cu-Cu Paloma

3. Mary's Boy Child

4. Once Was

5. When The Saints Go Marching In

6. Danny Boy

7. Mama, Look At Bubu

8. Don't Ever Love Me

9. Cocoanut Woman

10. Angelique-O

11. Island In The Sun

12. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)

13. God Bless The Child

14. Cotton Fields

15. Delia's Gone

16. Oh, Freedom

Disc 3

1. Jump In The Line

2. Land Of The Sea And Sun

3. Angelina

4. Midnight Special

5. On Top Of Old Smokey

6. Muleskinner

7. Michael Row The Boat Ashore

8. This Land Is Your Land

9. Try To Remember

10. By The Time I Get To Phoenix

11. A Day In The Life Of A Fool

12. If I Were A Carpenter

13. Mr. Bojangles

14. Abraham, Martin And John

15. Scarborough Fair (Canticle)

16. Fare Thee Well

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Track List: Day O: The Very Best Of Harry Belafonte

1. Jamaica Farewell

2. Day O

3. John Henry

4. Scarlet Ribbons

5. Mama Look At Bubu

6. Island In The Sun

7. Shenandoah

8. Matilda!

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Track List: An Evening With Harry Belafonte & Friends

1. We Are The Wave

2. Turn The World Around

3. Island In The Sun

4. Skin To Skin

5. Kwela (Listen To The Man)

6. Eyala

7. Matilda

8. Dangerous Times

9. Try To Remember

10. Paradise In Gazankulu

11. Eyando

12. Jamaica Farewell

13. Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)

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Track List: Belafonte: At Carnegie Hall (Live)

Disc 1

1. Introduction / Darlin' Cora

2. Sylvie

3. Cotton Fields

4. John Henry

5. Take My Mother Home

6. The Marching Saints

7. Day O

8. Jamaica Farewell

9. Man Piaba

10. All My Trials

Disc 2

1. Mama Look A Boo Boo

2. Come Back Liza

3. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

4. Hava Nageela

5. Danny Boy

6. Merci Bon Dieu (From The Haitian Suite)

7. Cu Cu Ru Cu Cu Paloma

8. Shenandoah

9. Matilda

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Track List: Streets I Have Walked

1. Sit Down

2. Erev Shel Shoshanim

3. Waltzing Matilda

4. My Old Paint

5. Mangwene Mpulele

6. This Land Is Your Land

7. Tunga

8. Sakura

9. Amen

10. The Borning Day

11. This Wicked Race

12. Come Away Melinda

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Track List: My Lord What A Mornin'

1. Wake Up Jacob

2. My Lord What A Mornin'

3. Ezekiel

4. Buked And Scorned

5. Stars Shinin' (By 'N By)

6. Oh Freedom

7. Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?

8. Oh Let Me Fly

9. Swing Low

10. March Down To Jordan

11. Steal Away

12. All My Trials

13. Michael Row The Boat Ashore

14. Go Down Emanuel Road

15. In My Fathers House

16. Goin' Down Jordan

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Track List: Calypso

1. Day-O (Banana Boat Song)

2. I Do Adore Her

3. Jamaica Farewell

4. Will His Love Be Like His Rum?

5. Dolly Dawn

6. Star-O

7. The Jack-A** Song

8. Hosanna

9. Come Back Liza

10. Brown Skin Girl

11. Man Smart (Woman Smarter)

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asjanosik
Awsome!!!
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♡♡♡♡♡♡♡
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I love your music and so does my dad
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I like shake Sonora
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LIKE !!!!!!!!
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holliestockm a n
this song was in the play called Paddington which i was in as Paddington, was at the end and we danced to it! The play was at CTC. Chattanooga Theatre Centre.
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beatlejuice, beatlejuice, BEATLEJUICE!
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@josie Lmaooo
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Shake that a** I believe you
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jump in the line ldon3391
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where's 'shake sonora?
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Daylight Cone and Me wanta go home!!!!!!:- )
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Guy slaves all night carrying heavy bananas hoping he doesn't get bit by a tarantula then we scrupulously make sure we get the perfect baby's in the grocery store and we scrupulously make sure we get the perfect bananas ( another 1 St world problem). Month baby's tablet BANANAS
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I peeked in to say goodnight
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It's not Italian
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Shake Shake Shake Senora
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Beetlejuice Beetlejuice Beetlejuice. lol
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I made "" home made banana "" pancakes for my best friends birthday he loved them !! Have to be careful though make sure you don't get any of the peel in them !!
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Very soulful music. It gets you going!!!
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I know how to play it on the cello
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I use to have the movie beetle juice but something happen to it
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Beetle-juice , Beetle-Juice , BEETLE-JUICE ! . Yea, It never seems to work.
But still a great movie.
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Makes me think of the infamous Beetlejuice dinner party scene!
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hsuarez1939
Harry style of singing is very refreshing and uplifting.
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This song puts me at peace
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Beetlejuice made me love this song!!��
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Beetlejuice was my favorite movie when I was in elementary school and Harry Belafonte was and still is one of my favorite singers of all time
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Beetlejuice
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☆☆☆☆☆Good song .
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Love this song it gets in my head
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Daylight I go ho home
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Do you think I'm funny hit the COMINT button
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I have a rumba
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I've heard this song on lip sinc battle
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Calypso*
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I didn't know I could dance calypsi
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The best song ever
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STOP
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BEETLEJUICE BEETLEJUICE BEETLEJUICE
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Hey jesus28mel that wrong u can't say that .Lefty in the house said so.
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Look at bubu, that is your daddy!
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Oh the drunkin nights singing this song!!!
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LOTS OF PEOPLE DON'T KNOW THAT LIL' WAYNE GOT HIS 6 FOOT 7 FOOT LINES FROM THIS SONG
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ONE OF THE BEST SONGS BY HIM‼️ THIS IS A MUST HEAR SONG‼️‼️‼️‼️
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Beetlejuice
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I'm 20 years old and i listen to him more than anything i get strange looks driving thru town with him full blast on my radio :)
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I am sure that Harry Belafonte has been to many other countries, and I also if I may say, America needs work. criticism is not a bad thing.
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