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Van Morrison — Domino
Album: His Band And The Street Choir
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Released: 1970
Length: 3:07
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Don't wannna discuss it
Think it's time for a change
You may get disgusted
Start thinkin' that I'm strange

In that case I'll go underground
Get some heavy rest
Never have to worry
About what is worst or what is best
(Get it)

Oh oh Domino (it's all right)
Roll me over, Romeo, there you go
Lord, have mercy
I said oh-oh, Domino
Roll me over, Romeo, there you go
Say it again
I said oh-ooh-oh Domino
I said oh-ooh-ooh-oh Domino
(Dig It)

[Instrumental]

There's no need for argument
There's no argument at all
And if you never hear from him
That just means he didn't call
Or vice versa
That depends on where ever you're at
(All right)
And if you never hear from me
That just means I would rather not

(Hit it)
Oh oh Domino
(All right)
Roll me over Romeo, there you go
Lord have mercy
I said, oh oh Domino
Roll me over Romeo, there you go
(Hey, all right)
Say it again
Oh-oh-ooh-ooh Domino
(Hey, hit it)
I said oh-ooh-ooh Domino

Well, Mr. DJ I just wanna hear
Some rhythm and blues music
On the radio
On the radio
On the radio

Uh-uh, all right
Uh-uh, all right
Uh-uh, all right
Uh-uh

Hear the band

[Instrumental]

One more time

[Instrumental to end]
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Stupendous, incredibly immaculate  artist expression !
…"there you go" !

"ON the Radio" !
R.P
Blew me away the first time I heard it and it still rocks..
Lord have mercy if you don't like this!
 ziakut wrote:
Like much of Van Morrison...I feel that his material, including this tune...is a lot more fun to hear at a live show than a recording.

 
I got no problem with this recording. 
 Jannne wrote:

You are right Ziakut.  Van and his band are incomparable live!  Was lucky enough to see him in Belfast 2013 - only 300 people in the audience.  Van had just been given the keys to the city - he was on fire - would love to do that again....but its a long way to go from Tasmania, Australia.

 
Was the set any longer than his usual contracted 1 hour - no encores, I wonder.
 ziakut wrote:
Like much of Van Morrison...I feel that his material, including this tune...is a lot more fun to hear at a live show than a recording.

 
You are right Ziakut.  Van and his band are incomparable live!  Was lucky enough to see him in Belfast 2013 - only 300 people in the audience.  Van had just been given the keys to the city - he was on fire - would love to do that again....but its a long way to go from Tasmania, Australia.
foot tapping fabulousness      {#Dance}   {#Dance}
 TerryS wrote:
Not quite as good as "Gloria".

 

I cannot believe I never made the connection until this very moment.  It's so obvious now--that was Van Morrison!  How could I have missed it all these years? 
More Van please!
Not quite as good as "Gloria".
There is this special quality of all of Van Morrison's songs (and music) that raises the spirit and the body. "Yeah Mr. DJ", thank you for the rhythm and jazz.
Great tune. Release date seems off. The album was originally released in 1970.
Like much of Van Morrison...I feel that his material, including this tune...is a lot more fun to hear at a live show than a recording.
this song always makes me remember my go'ld friend from down-under!
DIG IT !!!!
Glad to be the first one to say this song is another EXCELENT song from Van the MAN!