1. Praise the Lord
2. Hey Girl
3. Start of the Story
4. You and Me (Pt. 1)
5. Watching the Carpet Grow
1. Wild Blue Ocean
2. Choose Between the Two
3. The Siren's Song
4. Rubies
5. Shadows
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Album: That's a Good Question
Recorded: 1991
at Vibrafeel Studios, Inala, Queensland
David Kelsey: Vocals
Dave Elms: Guitars
Jenni Kelsey: Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Rudi Prudon: Bass
Fred Waters: Drums

Additional Performers:
Toni Menzies: Backing Vocals
And though I push it
To the back of my mind
I can't help this obsession
And though I know that she
Will never be mine
I can't help this attraction

Hey Girl
I don't know where you are
But right now
I just wish I were there with you

If you were standing here
In front of me now
Wouldn't know how to tell you
If I could only
Say these words out aloud
Could I really persuade you?

Hey Girl
I don't know if you care
But right now
I just know that I care for you

I see you look at me with
Doubt in your eyes
Tell me how to convince you
And if we had the chance
You may be surprised
Come see the magic that we'd do

Hey Girl
I don't know what to say
But right now
I just need to be close to you

Hey Girl
I don't know where you are
But right now
I just wish I were there with you

Lyrics: David Kelsey
Music: Good Question
Arranged: Good Question
Copyright: D'Kade Songs
A Bit of Trivia
The lyrics were written late one night in about 1990, looking out of the bathroom window of the flat in Norman Park, thinking about all the people that had been loved and lost, such as first girlfriend, Ann, and missed opportunities, such as a girl at the office.

When DE and DK were trying to work out the chords to the song in around Christmas 1991, one part just wouldn't fit. DE was playing a particular chord, which just wouldn't fit with the melody DK was trying to sing.

In frustration, both retired for the night.

While sleeping, DK had a dream in which he was working on the song, and in the dream came up with the idea of replacing that particular chord with a G, rather than what was currently being played.

In the morning, we tried the suggestion from the dream, and lo and behold, it fit first time and were able to make progress on the song!
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