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  1. Lyrics to "Ladies & Gentlemen: Miss Grace Jones" by GRACE JONES: Slave to the rhythm / Uh, baby / I'm just playing around, baby / Work all day as men who know / Wheels must turn to keep the flow / Build on up, don't break the chain, / Sparks will fly when the whistle blows / Never stop the action / .
  2. There’s an interesting new documentary about performer Grace Jones out this weekend. The title, Bloodlight and Bami, is taken from Jamaican slang for the red light in the recording booth, and bami is a kind of Jamaican flatbread. I don’t know if I’ll see the documentary or not. To me, Grace Jones was simply everything when she came out in the late lentiningmictagendliconuttiazuri.infoinfo: Veronica Webb.
  3. Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Grace Jones' Slave to the rhythm Slave to the rhythm, oh baby I'm just playin' around, baby [Incomprehensible] day as men who know Wheels must turn to keep the flow Build on up, don't break the chain Sparks will fly when the whistle blows Never.
  4. Grace Jones ‎– Slave To The Rhythm Label: Manhattan Records ‎– TC-MAN, EMI ‎– TC-MAN Ladies And Gentlemen: Miss Grace Jones: Credits Arranged By .
  5. ‘Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Grace Jones.’ The opening credits of Sophie Fiennes’s new film Bloodlight and Bami () give way to the Jamaican-American singer Grace Jones, regal yet concealed behind an ornate gold skeleton mask attached to .
  6. Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Grace Jones' Slave to the rhythm Slave to the rhythm, oh baby I'm just playin' around, baby [Incomprehensible] day as men who know Wheels must turn to keep the flow Build on up, don't break the chain Sparks will fly when the whistle blows Never stop the action Keep it up, keep it up We'll sing, never stop the action.
  7. Jun 26,  · Grace Jones' disco version of popular show tune from musical A Little Night Music, composed by Stephen Sondheim. Jones recorded it for the .
  8. Grace Jones (born Beverly Grace Jones on May 19, , in Spanish Town, Jamaica) is a model, singer and actress. Raised in Syracuse, New York, she found success in the 70s as a model, working in New York and Paris (where she shared an apartment with Jerry Hall and Jessica Lange), before rising to public prominence as a singer and personality.
  9. Grace Jones - Ladies and Gentleman: Miss Grace Jones Lyrics. Work all day, as men who know, Wheels must turn to keep, to keep the flow, Build on up, don't break the chain, Sparks will fly, when the wh.