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5 Comments on " Thats All Right "

  • it’s/that’s all ˈright used as a response to somebody thanking you or saying sorry for something: ‘Thank you so much for the flowers.’ ‘Oh, that’s all right.’ ♢ ‘Sorry I didn’t call you yesterday.’ ‘Oh, it’s all right — I’d forgotten all about it.’.
  • Then he struck a cross-road with a mono-rail at its side, and there was a notice board at the comer with "Wait here for the cars." " That's all right, any'ow," said Bert. " That's all right," he said, forgetting a very obvious consideration. View in context.
  • They found it in an obscure blues song by Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup called “That’s All Right”. By changing the tempo to upbeat blues, some music historians now consider it the first.
  • Jul 01,  · The song in question was “That’s All Right” by Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, and Elvis’ unrehearsed performance of it—recorded by Sam Phillips on .
  • Well, that's all right, that's all right. That's all right now mama, anyway you do. Mama she done told me, Papa done told me too. 'Son, that gal your foolin' with, She ain't no good for you'. But, that's all right, that's all right. That's all right now mama, anyway you do.