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Mighty, Mighty Man is a song that plays on Galaxy News Radio in Fallout 3, and on Diamond City Radio in Fallout 4. It was composed and performed by Roy Brown.

BackgroundEdit

The song was recorded for the De Luxe record label in New Orleans in October 1947. Roy Brown's vocals were accompanied by the Earl Barnes Orchestra with Wallace Davenport (trumpet), Clement Tervalone (trombone), Earl Barnes (tenor saxophone), Walter Daniels (piano), Bill Jones (guitar), and Percy Gabriel (bass). The drummer is unknown.[1]

LyricsEdit

Well, I'm a mighty, mighty man, I'm young and I'm in my prime
Yes I'm a mighty, mighty man, I'm young and I'm in my prime
Well, I don't pick my jobs I'm ready for any ol' kind

Yes, I'm a real young man, a brand new twenty-five
Yes I'm a real young man, a brand new twenty-five
Well, I'm willing, I'm able, I'm practically much alive

Well, I'm six-feet-tall, I ain't no hand-me-down
Yes I'm six-feet-tall, and I ain't no hand-me-down
Well, I got a gal in town who calls me Good Rockin' Brown

[SAX SOLO]

Well, I'm a single man, I really don't need a wife (Pick up, you gals!)
Yes, I'm a single man, and I really don't need a wife
Well I aim to stay this way, cause' oh what a wonderful life

[TRUMPET SOLO]

And now!
Well, I'm a mighty man, I'm young and I'm in my prime
Yes, a mighty, mighty man, I'm young and I'm in my prime
Well, when you want me, holler and I'll be there on time

Well, when there's work to do, send for the mighty one
Yes, when there's work to do you better send for the mighty one
Yes, he'll stay on the job, until the job is done

VideoEdit

Mighty, Mighty Man [1]

Mighty Mighty Man - Roy Brown02:34

Mighty Mighty Man - Roy Brown

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ruppli, Michel (1985). The King Labels: A Discography - Vol. 1 & 2. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. p. 499.