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  1. Sep 28,  · Ace released an LP by Ford, Let's Take A Sea Cruise With Frankie Ford, before the singer moved to Imperial Records in late He recorded with producer Dave Bartholomew, and released a version of "You Talk Too Much", but Ford's recording missed out in competition with one by Joe Jones which was issued almost simultaneously.
  2. Won't ya let me take you on a sea cruise? I got to get to movin', baby I ain't lyin' My heart is beatin' rhythm and it's right on time So be my guest, you got nothin' to lose Won't ya let me take you on a sea cruise? Oo-ee, oo-ee baby Oo-ee, oo-ee baby Oo-ee, oo-ee baby Won't ya let me take you on a sea cruise?
  3. Frankie Ford (August 4, – September 28, ), was an American rock and roll and rhythm and blues singer, best known for his 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.
  4. All 22 of Frankie's prime cuts including the complete Sea Cruise LP built around one of the greatest rock 'n' roll anthems of all time! His gutsy, gritty voice is backed by the cream of the Crescent City's session men (including Dr. John) on that title classic and the hits Alimony; Time After Time, and You Talk Too Much plus Chinatown /5(5).
  5. After several hits, Huey laid down the tracks for " Sea Cruise " but then Johnny took on Frankie Ford, erased Huey's vocal from the tape, added Ford's voice instead and released it and eventually it sold a million+. Although Frankie is also known for other songs, including his " Roberta " Frankie Ford made " Sea Cruise " his very own anthem/5(17).
  6. Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position "Won't you let me take you on a sea cruise?" Surprisingly, there are no other nautical references in the lyric, although the rhythm infers the rocking motion on a boat. {#97 in }, "Time After Time" {#75 in }, "You Talk Too Much" {#87 in
  7. Lyrics to 'Sea Cruise' by Frankie Ford. Old man rhythm is in my shoes / no use t'sittin' and a'singin' the blues / so be my guest, you got nothin' to lose You Talk Too Much. Frankie Ford. Frankie Ford. Roberta. Roberta. Frankie Ford. Frankie Ford. Oo-ee, oo-ee baby oo-ee, oo-ee baby oo-ee, oo-ee baby won't ya let me take you.
  8. You Talk Too Much chords scholarship, or research. # ## Sea Cruise chords Frankie Ford (Huey Piano Smith ) C F C F G G7. C Old man rhythm is in my shoes, no use t'sittin' and a'singin' the blues. G So be my guest, you got nothin' to lose. C Won't ya let me take you on a sea cruise? C Oo-ee, oo-ee baby. Oo-ee, oo-ee baby. G Oo-ee.

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