Sugar & the Hi Lows
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Nashvillian songwriters Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup set the way-back machine to the late 50’s, early 60’ days of classic pop for their new, pitch-perfect throwback and shiny satin side project Sugar and the Hi-Lows. The vibe is both tongue-in-cheek impish and respectful of their pioneering elders as the duo and their band, as sharp as the pleat in Dabb’s trousers or the heels of Stroup’s shiny pumps, carouse their way through a retro melange of self-penned soulful, doo-wop slow dances and hip-shakin’, sock-hoppin’ rave-ups. As they say on their site, only two rules applied to the album: “(it) had to be effortless and it had to be FUN.” Following the classic rule of “it’s not good if you can’t dance to it”, Dabbs and Stroup decided it was time for something “lighthearted”. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- LyricsI've got you covered
So go ahead and sleep tonight
I'm not like the others
You will see in time
No need to worry
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- LyricsBabe, I've got my one track sights on you.
I've got my plan together, now it's time to execute.
How am I suppose to take you serious?
Your friends must have got you a little worked up.
You can't talk me out, talk me out of this.
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