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    Harmonica - Have You Met Miss Jones? - Richard Rodgers

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    Have You Met Miss Jones? by Richard Rodgers played on chromatic harmonica: HOHNER CHROMETTA 8 in C.

    The music was written by Richard Rodgers, the lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was written for the musical comedy I'd Rather Be Right and was published in 1937.

    It featured on the soundtrack of the film Bridget Jones's Diary as sung by Robbie Williams, and his cabaret covers concept album Swing When You're Winning.

    It was once covered by John Larkin, better known as Scatman John.

    It has been speculated that the cycle of major third root movement in the song's bridge was an inspiration for jazz musician John Coltrane, who developed a pattern of chord substitutions known as the "Coltrane changes" based on these chords. "Have You Met Miss Jones?" is cited as the only jazz standard incorporating this cycle of chords.

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