Sir Douglas Quintet - SHE'S ABOUT A MOVER

First performance: 02/03/1998


Coverinfo

Bruce used the song only once as a snippet:
 
1998-03-02 - NICK'S FAT CITY, PITTSBURGH

"Idiot's Delight" includes a line from "She's About A Mover" in the midsection."Light Of Day" starts off with a few bars of "Peter Gunn Theme" on the guitar and includes "Land Of 1000 Dances". With Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers. A lengthy show that is split into two sets. Bruce does not perform during the first set. However following the intermission Springsteen takes to the stage for the entire second set .
 
 
 

Songinfo

'She's About a Mover' is a 1965 song by the Sir Douglas Quintet and was quickly covered by several other artists. The song has a 12-bar blues structure, and is structured in a similar manner to The Beatles' "She's A Woman", Holland-Dozier-Holland's "Can I Get a Witness" and Ray Charles' "What'd I Say". The song was named the number one 'Texas' song by Texas Monthly.
 
 
 

Other cover versions

Bruce on the artist

Lyrics

Well, she was a-walkin' down the street, lookin' fine as she could be.
Hey, hey!
Well, she was a-walkin' down the street, lookin' fine as she could be.
Hey, hey!
Well, you have love and conversation,
Whoa, yeah, what I say!
Hey, hey!
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
Hey, hey, hey, hey,
What I say!
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
Well, you know I love you, baby.
Whoa, yeah, what I say!
Hey, hey!
Well, she strolled on up to me and said,
"Hey, big boy, what's your name?"
Hey, hey!
Well, she strolled on up to me and said,
"Hey, big boy, what's your name?"
Hey, hey!
Well, you know I love you, baby.
Whoa, yeah, what I say,
Hey, hey!
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
She's about a mover.
Hey, hey, hey, hey