The Everly Brothers - Be-bop-a-lula
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Be-Bop-A-Lula:Everly Brothers. This song was written and first performed by Gene Vincent in 1956 (co-author Tex Davis). Vincent's version was fairly slow but the Everlys jazzed it up and I like their rendition better. But Vincent's was great, too. KK. INTRO: A Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, Be-bop-a-lula I don't mean maybe, D Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, A Be-bop-a-lula I don't mean maybe, E A E Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby doll, my baby doll, my baby doll A 1.She's the gal in the red blue jeans, She's the queen of all the teens, A7 She's the one that I know, A A7 She's the one that love's me so. CHORUS: D A Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, be-bop-a-lula I don't E A mean maybe, be-bop-a-lula she's my baby doll, my baby doll, E my baby doll. A 2.She's the one that's got that beat, She's the one with the flyin' feet, A7 She's the one that walks around the store, A A7 She's the one that gives me more and more. CHORUS: REPEAT VERSE 2. CHORUS: A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat!