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Be-Bop-a-Lula  The 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.
[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]Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby [A]doll, my baby doll, my baby [E]doll
1.[A]She's the gal in the red blue jeans,
She's the queen of all the teens,
She's the one [A7]that I know,
[A]She's the one that [A7]love's me so.
[D] [A]  
 Be-bop-a-lula she's my baby, be-bop-a-lula I don't

mean maybe, [E]be-bop-a-lula she's my baby [A]doll, my baby doll,
my baby [E]doll.
2.[A]She's the one that's got that beat,
She's the one with the flyin' feet,
She's the one that walks [A7]around the store,
[A]She's the one that gives me [A7]more and more.
A fabulous fifties hit from Kraziekhat!

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