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  1. Be bop a lula by Marce y Chema was written by Gene Vincent, Tex Davis and Juan Antonio Castillo Madico and was first released by Los Milos in Marce y Chema released it on the album ¡Viva el twist.
  2. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: repdisttricabpotvewarmneserhungnedi.coinfo 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 doll, my baby doll, my baby doll. Well, she's the gal in the red blue jeans She's the queen of all the teens She's the woman that I know She's the woman that (scream) loves me so.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rock Around The Clock on Discogs.
  4. Mar 14,  · 1. John Lennon - Be-Bop-A-Lula 2. John Lennon - Stand By Me 3. John Lennon - Medley: Rip It Up/Ready Teddy 4. John Lennon - You Can't Catch Me 5. John Lennon - .
  5. Song information for Be-Bop-a-Lula - Gene Vincent & the Blue Caps on AllMusic. The Best Rock n Roll Album in the World Ever! Universal Music TV: Hits: Rock 'n' Roll Love Songs. Hits: Various Artists. Hits: The Best Rock & Roll Album.
  6. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: repdisttricabpotvewarmneserhungnedi.coinfo 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 doll My baby doll, my baby doll Well she's the girl in the red blue jeans She's the queen of all the teens She's the one that I know She's the woman that loves me so Say be-bop-a.
  7. Well, Be bop a Lula she's my baby, Be bop a lula, I don't mean maybe 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 doll, my baby doll, my baby doll Well She's the gal in the red blue jeans, She's the queen of all the teens She's the woman that I know, She's a woman that love me so, say.
  8. John Lennon opened his album Rock ‘N’ Roll with a version of Gene Vincent’s hit Be-Bop-A-Lula. Vincent’s recording was released as a single by Capitol in Britain, where it peaked at number 17 in the charts. In his native USA it fared better, reaching number seven. The song made a .
  9. 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.

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