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North American Dreaming: Boogaloo

William Burkholder’s poem resonates with the bold
bright tones of the saxophone.

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The bold bright tones of the saxophone cacklin in the night,
Under lamp lit luster hangin out and gettin tight,
Boogaloo mamas kickin their heels,
With white hatted pimps coppin free feels,
Taxi cabs spittin the spew of the street,
And I'm walkin home tired and beat.

Stop for a brew
and pick up the sticks,
Jammin to jazz and those
bold bright tones of the saxophone.
Boogaloo baby,
crazy,
dig that horn
cacklin in the night.

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