Be-Bop-A-Lula" is a rockabilly song first recorded in 1956 by Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps. There, he met Donald Graves, who supposedly wrote the words to the song while Vincent wrote the tune. Cf. "Money Honey" by the Drifters, 1953)
Be-Bop-A-Lula Lyrics. Well be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby Be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe Be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby Be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe Be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby love My baby love, my baby love. Say, be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby Be-bop-a-lula, I don't mean maybe Be-bop-a-lula, she's my baby doll My baby doll, my baby doll Let's rock again now! More on Genius. About Be-Bop-A-Lula. Be-Bop-A-Lula" Track Info. Written By Bill Sheriff Tex Davis, Donald Graves & Gene Vincent. Release Date January 1, 1956.
Be Bop a Lula !!47 Songs. Исполнитель: Gene Vincent. queen of all the teens She’s the one woman that I know She’s the woman that loves me so Be-bop-a-lula, she’s my baby Be-bop-a-lula, I don’t mean maybe Be-bop-a-lula She’s my baby doll, my baby doll, my baby doll Let’s rock! Well now she’s the one that’s got that beat She’s the one with the flyin' feet She’s the one that bops around the store She’s the one that gives more more more more Be-bop-a-lula, she’s my baby Be-bop-a-lula, I don’t mean maybe Be-bop-a-lula She’s my baby
Be-Bop-a-Lula" was the first record Paul McCartney ever bought. He performed the song on his 1991 MTV Unplugged appearance. More songs from Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps. According to Billboard, "Be-Bop-A-Lula" was actually tied at with both "A Little Love Can Go A Long, Long Way" by the Dream Weavers and "Mr. Wonderful" by Sarah Vaughan
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When the early critics of rock & roll wanted to make a case in point for the sheer mindlessness of the lyrics, "Be Bop a Lula" made an easy target. Supposedly based on the Little Lulu comic strip, this rock & roll classic was written by Gene Vincent, a rockabilly singer who fronted one of the hottest bands in the country, the Blue Caps. Vincent's breathless, panting vocal made the inane lyrics seem loaded with sexual dynamite and an easy target for outraged moralists nationwide. Taken at a slow, bluesy tempo, the track was also highly charged with great slam-bang rhythm.