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My Foolish Heart

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  1. My foolish heart Lyrics: The night is like a lovely tune / Beware my foolish heart / How white the ever constant moon / Take care my foolish heart / There's a line between love and fascination.
  2. 1 day ago · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of My Foolish Heart / The Seventh Son on Discogs.
  3. In "My Foolish Heart," she plays a woman who's expelled from a fancy women's college for making out with a hunky solider (played by Dana Andrews), gets knocked up by hunky soldier, and then faces raising her child without a father when hunky soldier gets killed. The film is told in flashback from Hayward's perspective years later as a bitter /5().
  4. Jan 21,  · "My Foolish Heart" is a wartime drama in which Hayward tells her story in flashback after admitting that she was once a nice girl. We then see her meeting soldier Dana Andrews, a handsome young man she falls head over heels in love with/10().
  5. Bb Gm Cm7 Cdim The night is like a lovely tune, beware my foolish heart. Bb7 Gm Cm7 F7 How white, the ever constant moon, take care my foolish heart. Bb Bb7 There's a line between love and fascination. Eb Am7 That's hard to see on an evening such as this.
  6. Mar 11,  · AllMusic Review by Chris Kelsey [+] Don Friedman is a throwback to a time (the late '50s and early '60s) when it was not all that uncommon for a progressively minded jazz musician to play in both bop and free bags or to even mix them up. On My Foolish Heart, Friedman 's free-er impulses are not explicitly indulged.8/
  7. Jan 18,  · [Intro] D Dmaj7 D6 Fdim F#m F#aug7 F#m7 B7b9 [Verse] A F#m The night is like a lovely tune Dadd9 E7 Beware my foolish heart Amaj7 F#m How white the ever distant moon Dadd9 E7 Take care, my foolish heart A Amaj7 A7 There's a line between love and fascination D Dmaj7 Dadd6 Fdim That's so hard to see on evenings such as this F#m F#aug F#m7 For.
  8. Jazz's greatest piano trio. This is the best way to describe the year partnership between Keith Jarrett, Gary Peacock and Jack DeJohnette. They are an institution of jazz and My Foolish Heart is their 18th recording, all on ECM/5(42).

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