It Ain't Fair (feat. Duane Allman) - Aretha Franklin

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It Ain't Fair (feat. Duane Allman) Lyrics

People
All around me
But I don't even
Have a friend
Lord knows
I been trying
And he knows
I just can't win
Everything I do
Yeah
Seems to turn
Out wrong
Sometimes
I wish now
That I never
Been born
Whoa

Nobody
Nobody cares
Nobody cares
Baby
You know
I've had my share
Just ain't fair
(Just ain't fair)
Just ain't fair
(Just ain't fair)

Some folks
Got it easy
They live
The life of love
And play
Lord knows
I got
To struggle now
Trying
To make my way

Yeah
I'm walking all day
I'm gonna
Reach the town
I believe
I hope
I can make it yeah
Beacuse my feet
Ain't gonna
Let me stop
Talking about
Jesus

Nobody
Nobody cares
Nobody cares
Baby
I've had my share
Just ain't fair
Just ain't fair
It just ain't fair
It just ain't fair
It just ain't fair
I've had my share

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Aretha Franklin (March 25, 1942) is a Memphis, Tennessee-born but Detroit, Michigan-reared American iconic gospel, soul, and R&B singer. Many have called her "The Queen Of Soul" and "Lady Soul".

She is renowned for her soul and R&B recordings (on many, of which, she accompanies herself on keyboards and piano -- a skill she learned at an early age, learning to play by ear, according to lifetime friend Smokey Robinson) but is also adept at jazz, rock, blues, pop, and gospel.

She is generally regarded as one of the best vocalists ever by such industry publications/media outlets as Rolling Stone and VH1, due to her phenomenal technical and interpretative talents.

Adept at the piano as well as having a gifted voice, Franklin became a child prodigy. By the age of fourteen, she signed a record deal with Battle Records, where her father Reverend C.L. Franklin recorded his sermons and gospel vocal recordings, and she issued Songs of Faith in 1956.

She is the second most honored female popular singer in Grammy history (after Alison Krauss), having won eighteen competitive Grammys (including an unprecedented eleven for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, eight of them consecutive). The state of Michigan has declared her voice to be a natural wonder.

Franklin is perhaps best-known for her interpretation of Otis Redding's Respect, recorded in 1967 with sisters Carolyn Franklin and Erma Franklin. Many of her songs, however, were originals that have since been covered by other artists. Some of her best-known compositions include (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone, Ain't No Way, All the King's Horses, Baby, Baby, Baby, Call Me, Dr. Feelgood, Rock Steady, Spirit in the Dark, and Think (which she performed in the film The Blues Brothers). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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