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An adaption of the nursery rhyme "Jack and Jill".
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Lyrics
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water
Jack fell down and broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after
Then up got Jack and said to Jill
As in his arms he took her
"Brush off that dirt for you're not hurt
Let's fetch that pail of water"
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water
And took it home to Mother dear
Who thanked her son and daughter
Song Stats
Hits: 5631
Comments: 12
Fans: 9
Plays: 562
Downloads: 265
Votes: 15
Uploaded: Aug 31, 2005 - 09:16:08 AM
Last Updated: Apr 07, 2006 - 07:09:17 PM Last Played: May 03, 2019 - 12:08:45 AM
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Hardware:
Powerbook G4, MIDI Keyboard, External Mic
Software:
Garageband 2.0.2
Comments
said 5068 days ago (September 1st, 2005)
JJ
Hey Tony,

haha, I am digging your version.
Soothing voice and mellow music.
Fun tune.
Like the blues guitar loop.

Cheers

jackstone said 5068 days ago (September 1st, 2005)
You have great voice!
Great sound and high energy vocal!
You have special talent for singing.

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Schello® said 5063 days ago (September 5th, 2005)
You have great voice!
yummmmmm

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Schello®
Anonymous said 5068 days ago (September 1st, 2005)
great voice
hey man, your voice sounds great. i`m a fan.
snowdragon said 5067 days ago (September 2nd, 2005)
cool dude
Love to hear what you'd do with It's Not My Cross To Bear
or StormyMonday with a full band behind you.
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thoddi said 5067 days ago (September 2nd, 2005)
Katie Melua...
You have much in your way of singing that reminds me of Katie Melua. And that is very good, because she has a unique voice, and so do you. And you sure know how to treat that piano:)

Keep plying, and you will reach far, young man:)
You make music. So I'm a fan!
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borealis said 5067 days ago (September 2nd, 2005)
Jack and Jill
I like the arrangement. The stand-up is great. as the
vocals. I think that the song could be shortened a bit.
Thanks.
antonfosh said 5066 days ago (September 3rd, 2005)
Jack and Jill
Yeah, as soon as I played this song to my parents they said it needed to be
shortened too...they heard the even longer version that isn't posted! This is
supposed to be the shortened version...I just don't know what to cut out...I was
going to cut out the "da, da, da" bit, but my parents said they liked that bit...

Hmmm...what bit?
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SlimGirlFat said 5066 days ago (September 3rd, 2005)
Great
Interpretation Anton.
Love your voice, and your piano is excellent..
Nice production
Slimmie
D/L
Emily Rohm said 5065 days ago (September 4th, 2005)
Hey Anton-
I can't believe I missed your latest songs! Now I have to go
through and listen to them all. I love your voice. You can
make any song sound great! Oh, by the way, we need to
finish that duet, don't we?! I'm so forgetful sometimes...I'll
email you soon. Great interpretation. Great playing. Great
great great.
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K.I.S.KISMET said 5060 days ago (September 9th, 2005)
Wow
Your voice sounds great, this is so mellow and catchy. Totally puts a new perspective on this nursery rhyme. Great work and happy singing :)
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mulletsrock said 5050 days ago (September 19th, 2005)
A full bucket
The best track you've done. You should venture into jazz &
blues more often.
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The blues is a vocal and instrumental form of music based on a pentatonic scale and a characteristic twelve-bar chord progression. The form evolved in the United States in the communities of former African slaves from spirituals, praise songs, field

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