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Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford

Sea Cruise

Sea Cruise - Single
50s oldies rock n roll Rock and Roll rock



Frankie Ford (August 4, 1939 – September 28, 2015), was an American rock and roll and rhythm and blues singer, best known for his 1959 hit "Sea Cruise". He was born in Gretna, Louisiana, as Vincent Francis Guzzo, across the Mississippi River from New Orleans, and was the adopted son of Vincent and Anna Guzzo, who named him Vincent Francis Guzzo, Jr. He learned to sing and dance at an early age, and when at high school joined a group, the Syncopators, as singer and pianist. Show more ...

Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford

Old Man Rhythm is-a in my shoes
It's no use sittin' here singin' the blues
So Gbe my guest, you've got nothin' to lose
Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?
Chorus:
Whoo-ee, whoo-ee baby
Whoo-ee, whoo-ee baby
Whoo-ee, whoo-ee baby
Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?
Bridge:
I Ffeel like jumpin'; baby, won't you join me,
Cplease?
I Fdon't like beggin', but now I'm on my bended
Gknees
Verse 2:
I gotta keep movin', honey, I ain't lyin'
My heart is beatin' rhythm and it's right on time
So be my guest, you've got nothin' to lose
Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?
[Chorus:]
[Bridge:]
Verse 3:
I gotta keep a-rockin', get my hat off the rack
I gotta boogie-woogie like a knife's in my back
So be my guest, you've got nothin' to lose
Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?
(chorus, then repeat its last line and fade)



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