"Quarter to Three" as written by and Joe Royster Frank J. Guida....
Don't you know that I danced
I danced till a quarter to three
With the help last night of Daddy G.
He was swingin' on the sax with a girl or two
And I was dancin' all over the room
Oh, don't you know the people were dancin' like they were mad
It was the swingin'est band they had ever had.
And the swingin'est song there could ever be
It was a night with Daddy G.

Let me tell you that
I never had it so good, yeah
And i know you never could
Until you get hip and with that jive
And take a band like the Church Street Five

Don't you know that I danced
I danced till a quarter to three
With the help last night of Daddy G.
Everybody was as happy as they could be
Cause they were swingin with Daddy G.
Blow Daddy
Just a little bit of soul now
Oh, yeah

Let me tell you that
I never had it so good, yeah
And I know you never could
Until you get hip and with that jive
And take a band like the Church Street Five

Don't you know that I danced
I danced till a quarter to three
With the help last night of Daddy G.
Everybody was happy as they could be
Cause they were swingin' with Daddy G.
Blow Daddy
Blow, blow Daddy
Oh. yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah
Oh, blow Daddy


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    General CommentNow all of you need to go find "Dancin with daddy G' by The Church Street Five!
    This is really just an advertisement for the hottest sax player in The Big Easy!
    scotty
    scottyboydon July 19, 2017   Link

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