Bamford Stevens
LOOKING FOR MR RIGHT
By: Bamford Stevens
Catalog ID: 522241   Duration: 4:32   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 90   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Jazz Music | Lounge Jazz Vocals
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A bluesy tune featuring male vocal with lyrics that follow the singles bar scene. Our arrangement, which features blues vibraphone and baritone saxophone solos that enhance the somewhat strained atmosphere, can be used to enhance an urban bar/lounge scene in a romantic/dramatic film/TV production.   Keywords: jazz blues male vocal singles bar film/TV score lounge singles mingle piano trio vibraphone baritone saxophone urban singles scene



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Lyrics:
Looking For Mister Right (Lyrics for Male Vocal)

I’ve been to ev’ry bar in the neighborhood
And to ev’ry happy hour that I possibly could.
I park myself in a conspicuous place
In the hope that someone special might invade my space.
When I see a lovely lady I try to catch her eye,
But nine times out of ten she just walks on by.

I try to keep my hopes up with ev’ry passing day,
But the clock keeps on a-tickin’ in the most annoying way.
I whisper sweet nothings and pretend to care,
But us’ally it turns out that there’s nothin’ there.
Another pretty lady just came wand’rin’ by.
(not in rhythm): Y’all ‘scuse me for a moment…

(instrumental choruses)

Now it’s any old time, and I’m in any old place
I’m sittin’ at a bar with a smile on my face.
To the gal on my right I said: “’scuse me, miss,
But what’s a nice girl doin’ in a place like this?”
She sat up straight and she then replied:
“Just the same as you, mister, so here’s mud in your eye”.

And then we get to talkin’ just like old friends,
And I walked her to the door as the evenin’ ends.
I asked her if she’d mind, I’d like to see her again.
Y’know she’s kind o’ cute, so there’s no use to pretend.
The odds are she won’t have landed Mister Right, but
Hey….who knows?
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