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"Don't Get Around Much Anymore" is a popular song & jazz standard.
The music was written by Duke Ellington, the lyrics by Bob Russell. The song was published in 1942.

"Caravan" is a well-known jazz standard composed by Juan Tizol and Duke Ellington[1], and performed by Duke Ellington from 1937.
The lyrics were written by Irving Mills, but as many versions are instrumental he is sometimes not listed.
The song is variously seen as the first Latin jazz song or as a Mideastern influenced jazz song. Its "exotic" sound made it of interest to Exotica musicians so it was covered by both Martin Denny and Arthur Lyman.
It has also appeared in two Woody Allen films, Alice and Sweet and Lowdown.

"Take the A Train" is a jazz standard by Billy Strayhorn, referring to the A subway service that runs through New York City, going at that time from eastern Brooklyn up into Harlem and northern Manhattan, using the express tracks in Manhattan. It became the signature tune of Duke Ellington and often opened the shows of Ella Fitzgerald.



Don't Get Around Much Anymore / Caravan / Take The "A" Train - Lyrics)

I missed the Saturday dance
Heard they crowded the floor
Couldn't bear it without you
Don't get around much anymore

Thought I'd visit the club
Got as far as the door
They'd have asked me about you
Don't get around much anymore

Oh, Darling I guess my mind's more at ease
But nevertheless, why stir up memories

Been invited on dates
Might have gone but what for
Awfully different without you
Don't get around much anymore...

Caravan
Night and stars that shine so bright
The mystery of their fading light
That shines upon our caravan.

Sleep upon my shoulder as we creep
Across the sand so I may keep
This memory of our caravan.

Take the "A" train

Come on down, let's Take The "A" Train
To take a little ride around the city.
Brooklyn or Broadway train
You'll see that old New York is kind of pretty.

Take your baby subway ridin'
That's where romance may be hidin'
Take, you should Take The "A" Train
To get to Sugar Hill way up in Harlem.

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