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“Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair”
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She emits a spectral trill, as confident and crestfallen as a death-row inmate. Poised to the brink of formality, the song moves with the utterly unhurried grace of a woman in a ball gown. Perfect composure is one way to keep the tears inside, after all. Sure, the official version released in moves and grooves just fine, especially with Brown doing double duty on the mic and on the drums. On the greatest stage in the world, Mr. The story is almost as romantic as that of the two lovers who sing it. With Alton Ellis crying eternal affection above a gentle, stuttering riddim, this is the perfect starry-eyed Jamaican wedding song, right? Not quite. Unrequited love has rarely seemed so tantalizing.