1. How did Ray Charles change the meaning of song "It Must Be
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Supply-side Economics (trickle-down theory)
National Savings Plan
The song "I got a woman" is co-written and recorded by American R&B and Ray Charles. The song builds on "It must be jesus", by Southern tones. Ray Charles along with his band was hearing this song on radio. They then penned a song with gospel-frenetic pace with secular lyrics and jazz-inspired rhythm and blues. It was the first song to use such a style and first soul record. Though it created lot of static among the people, but it was widely accepted by black and white community. In this song, Charles sings about an woman who helps him in many ways.
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