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  1. A Good Win

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Produced by Brian Bricklin and Neil J. McGettigan
Recorded and Mixed by Brian Bricklin at Marigold Junction, Drexel Hill, PA
Mastered by Ryan Schwabe

Neil McGettigan – Lead and Background Vocals, Percussion
Ben Slater – Piano and Keys
David Calabria – Bass
Matt DeCarlo – Drums
Vahe Sarkissian - Acoustic and Electric Guitar
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Lyrics

When I saw you on stage, I knew I had to engage
Movin’ your modeling moves like you were all the rage
I’d like to take the bait, I can’t articulate
At any rate it would be great to be your mate, but you intimidate

Your stare enchants, and your body in that stance
I can’t say enough about those Grease leather pants
Lookin’ like ONJ, yea your hips got that sway
May be risqué the way I play get you to say for me to feel my way

Ooooh, I want you in my room
In the middle of the afternoon
And I know you’ll be there soon
Some may call it a sin, I call it a good win
Get your hips to sway just like ONJ
Then you play and lay and say for me to feel my way
I touch your skin, people may call it a sin
But for me…I call it a good win

Then what did I do, my self-assuredness askew
When I suggested that you take a vocal lesson or two
I was a bit cocksure, any girl would deplore
But you’re mature, no paramour, and what is more I am no troubadour

I didn’t demean, and so you went to Badiene
And now I wait to see your face in a magazine
Or in a limousine, with you I’d like to be seen
You’re so pristine, just like a queen, let’s make a scene, my thoughts are all unclean

Ooooh, I want you in my room
In the middle of the afternoon
And I know you’ll be there soon
Some may call it a sin, I call it a good win
Get your hips to sway just like ONJ
Then you play and lay and say for me to feel my way
I touch your skin, people may call it a sin
But for me…I call it a good win

I suspect, you think I mean you disrespect
But that couldn’t be more incorrect
You’re not an object, you’re perfect
But I can’t neglect, all these feelings you affect
To be direct, and not deflect
When you dance and shake it leaves me wrecked

Ooooh, I want you in my room
In the middle of the afternoon
Where I know you’ll be coming soon
Some may call it a sin, I call it a good win
Get your hips to sway just like ONJ
Then you play and lay and say for me to feel my way
I touch your skin, people may call it a sin
But for me…I call it a good win