Oh, I

by The Blue Buzz

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This is our single 'Oh, I' and it can be yours on vinyl be ordering from our website: www.thebluebuzzofficial.com

We hope that you will enjoy it, we are very proud of it!
Recorded at Dinkum Studios.
Mixed by David Kaushal Petersen
Mastered by Vinyltryk.dk
Cover by Olli

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released January 21, 2017

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The Blue Buzz Copenhagen, Denmark

The Blue Buzz is a 60’s rock quartet whom, with roots in the San Francisco scene and a flirt with the blues, plays music from the soul.
The music, which is a modern interpretation of an old school sound is the means that together with the bands westcoast-like colorful aesthetic creates a chill and nostalgic atmosphere where you don’t have to be a deadhead nor a music snob to join in.
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Track Name: Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Ooh I love you
Ooh I love you
Oh, I
Oh, I
Ooh I love you, but I just don’t know what to do

Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Oh, I
Ooh I love you
Ooh I love you
Oh, I
Oh, I
Ooh I love you, and I hope that you love me too
Track Name: Hey, Hey(You Got Me Down)
You got me down on my knees
You got me
Hey, hey,
You got me down on my knees
You got me
Well I’m a wheepin’ and a’ hollerin’ and a cryin’
I’m gonna sleep by myself tonight
Hey, hey
You got me down on my knees

She had a white coat
The day she loved me
She a black one the night
She left
Well I screamed her name cross the street
No answer did I meet
She had a black coat the night she left

Hey, Hey, Hey

The wind from the south is stormy
The breeze through her window was calm
Well I’m a thinking bout’ the times
That we once had
Her pa was red
And her ma was glad
Lo’ lo’
I can’t feel her breeze no more

Hey, Hey, Hey
Track Name: Peggy
Peggy was just fifteen years old
Everyday she woke with the rising sun..
She’s got to pick a bale of cotton fore the sun goes down
She sings her sorrowful songs in the fields
In the sun
The mean ol’ big boss man says:
“You’ve got pick another bale of cotton fore the sun goes down”
And in the night she walks down her lonely road to the river
She meets me and i say:
“It’s alright,
It’s alright,
Take it easy,
Peggy

You can go down to the city
Drink all your sorrows away
But it won’t do you no good
Sing your beautiful songs and it’ll be

Alright,
Take it easy,
And ride along with me,
Peggy

It’s alright,
It’s alright,
Take it easy,
Peggy”

Out in the fields they all stand and sing:
“We shall overcome someday”
Peggy knows only three chords
But it’s just about enough for her
She strums her chords with such a beautiful melody
And when she goes down to meet me at the river
I teach her a couple of tricks
And together we sing:
“It’s alright,
It’s alright,
Take it easy,
Peggy

You can go down to the city
Drink all your sorrows away
But it won’t do you no good
Sing your beautiful songs and it’ll be

Alright,
Take it easy,
And ride along with me,
Peggy

It’s alright,
It’s alright,
Take it easy,
Peggy”