Hey You're Looking Good

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Hey You’re Looking Good” Nola swamp feel with a little orange soda. Great solo's Frank Lacy's trombone then Gary Oleyar fiddle, transition into the guitar solo. Of course it about a guy trying to ask a female out on a date....

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You’re Looking Good babe.
Words/Music Danny Petroni Copyright @2014 All rights reserved


Hey you’re looking so good babe
(bg) Do you think So
Ooh, you’re look’en so fine
(bg) Uhn Ooh baby
dat dress looks so hot mom-mie
Would ya take a chance on me?

Ooh your hair looks so good babe
bg) Do you think So
Ooh, you’re look’en so fine
(bg) Uhn Ooh baby
dat dress looks so hot mom-mie
Would ya take a chance on me?
(bg) Maybe

Chorus

Would ya take a ride on my bicycle
I’d love to show you around
I know a little place were we can talk
Take a chance on me

Ooh your hair looks so good babe
bg) Do you think So
Ooh, you’re look’en so fine
(bg) Uhn Ooh baby
dat dress looks so hot mom-mie
Would ya take a chance on me?

Solos

Repeat first 2 verse and end,

credits

from The Blue Project, released January 11, 2014
Danny Petroni - Electric Guitars, Acoustic Guitars, Frank Lacy - Lead Vocals/Trombone/Flumpet , Gary Oleyar – Violin, Gene Boccia - Bass , Calvin Jones - Upright bass on (Requiem for a Working man) , John Drymon -, Piano/Hammond B3 Organ, Steve Kramer - Piano on “Cracker Jack”, “Peanut Butter & Jelly”, John P Allen - Drums , Dave Halpern- Drums on (Mouse in the House)
Female Vocals, Jo Wymer on (I Changed my Ways) Backup Vocals on (Looking Good)
Backup Vocals on (God of War, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Requiem for a Working man)
Layonne Holmes, Ricky Collins, Katrina Harper

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The Blue Project Asbury Park, New Jersey

The Blue Project, Danny Petroni band and its self-titled first release, began as a reaction to hurricane Sandy. Work for Jersey Shore musicians was sparse after Sandy’s devastation: “Gigs cancelled, venues damaged, all music productions stopped in the immediate area.” Petroni’s idea was to create some work for local musicians with a locally produced blues record using his own original compositions ... more

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