Song Information


“Downtown” was written by Tony Hatch and originally recorded by Petula Clark in 1964. This version is based on Dolly Parton’s cover from her 1984 album The Great Pretender. This version includes original and low voice keys, with or without instrumental leads. There are no background vocals.

Good to Be Alive

“Good to be Alive” by Andy Grammar. The song was released in August 2015 on his Magazines and Novels album. I was at an Andy Grammar concert in August of 2015 and got to meet him. He was impressed that “Honey I’m Good” was being used for square dance and asked if there were other songs of his which could be used. That night, he premiered “Good to be Alive” and that same week, he sent me his band tracks to arrange this song for square dance. So the music you are buying was recorded by Andy Grammar’s band! Grammar has a high tenor voice, so there are three keys available for this version – original, high and low (I use the low version). Use with or without instrumental leads. Background voices are on all tracks.

I Got A Feeling

“I Gotta Feeling” by Black Eyed Peas (HIP103). Written for The Black Eyed Peas by David Guetta, and Frederic Riesterer. The opener features the lyric song which is in strong contract to the ‘Rap’ of the middle and closing breaks. This version does not include an instrumental lead track This is very different from your traditional square dance music. Original key only.

I Lived

“I Lived” by OneRepublic (HIP402). Written by Ryan Tedder and Noel Zancanella. It was the final song covered in the series finale of the hit FOX musical comedy-drama Glee in March 2015. With or without lead instrumental. With or without background vocals. Original and low key included.

I Will Survive

“I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor (HIP201). Written by Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris. This is one of the most famous disco songs of all time and remains Gaynor’s biggest hit. With or without lead instrumental. Original key only.

It’s A Good Day

“It’s A Good Day” by Peggy Lee (HIP304). Originally written by Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour and published in 1947. This song has been recorded by many singers since its introduction, most recently by Susie Arioli. With or without lead instrumental. Original and low key included.