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Black Betty

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  2. Fautaxe
    Lyrics to 'Black Betty' by Ram Jam: Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam) Whoa, black betty (bam-A-lam) Black betty had a child (bam-A-lam) The damn thing gone wild (bam-A-lam) She said 'I'm worrin' outta my mind' (bam-A-lam).
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  4. Nikolabar
    Sep 06,  · Black Betty Lyrics: Whoa, Black Betty (Bam-ba-lam) / Yeah, Black Betty (Bam-ba-lam) / Black Betty had a child (Bam-ba-lam) / Damn thing gone wild .
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    Black Betty, Inc. was a business and criminal organization founded and led by Sonya Summers. Black Betty, Inc. offers job opportunities to residents of the city. Sonya Summers was known for hiring newcomers and giving them goods to sell or pawn shop jobs. Black Betty Inc. uses the employment agency front as a cover for illegal acts such as gun trading and drug neywacokorafmepywhalucollaco.xyzinfor(s): Sonya Summers.
  6. Meztitilar
    Black Betty Lyrics: Whoa, Black Betty (bam-ba-lam) / Whoa, Black Betty (bam-ba-lam) / Black Betty had a child (bam-ba-lam) / The damn thing gone wild (bam-ba-lam) / She said "I'm worryin' outta mind.
  7. Zulkijas
    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Black Betty · Ram Jam Ram Jam ℗ Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on:
  8. Malagami
    Black Betty" became a regional hit, then was picked up by producers in New York who formed a group around Bartlett called Ram Jam. They re-released the song, and it became a hit nationally. The Ram Jam "recording" was actually the same one originally recorded by Starstruck, the band at that time composed of Bartlett (lead guitar and vocals.

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