"Come Go With Me" as written by and C.e. Quick....
Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby
Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby

Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby dom
Whoa whoa whoa whoa
I love love you darling

Come and go with me
Come home with me
Baby I'm to see
I need you darling

Come and go with me
Whoa whoa whoa whoa
Come come come come
Come into my heart

Tell me darling
We will never part
I need you darling
Come and go with me

Whoa whoa whoa whoa
Yes I need you
Yes I really need you
Please say you'll never leave me

When you say you never
Guess you really never
You never give me a chance
Come come come come

Come into my heart
Tell me darling
We will never part
I need you darling

Come and go with me
Whoa whoa whoa whoa
You never give me a chance
I love love you darling

Come and go with me
Come home with me
Baby I'm to see
I need you darling

Come and go with me
Come on go with me
Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby

Come on go with me
Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby
Come on go with me

Dom dom dom dom dom
Dom be dooby
Come on go with me


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"Come Go with Me" as written by Lewis A. Martinee

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    General CommentI am one of the very few people left in America whose favorite music is the Beach Boys. Most real BB fans today are in the UK, Japan, or Australia, where melody and harmony are still appreciated and where the violent and negative AUSTN culture has not completely taken over, as it has here. Still, the Del-Vikings' version is by far the best, and if you disagree with that, you are disagreeing with every member of the Beach Boys, including Al Jardine, who sang lead and who brought the song into the band. Most people under 40 years of age can't appreciate that the beauty of the original recording, and the beauty of most R&R and R&B recordings from the '50's and '60's, lies EXACTLY in the lack of sonic studio perfection and clarity (due to the limited studio resources of the time) and in that the performance itself was not overly polished or overly produced as it would be if recorded today. In the 1950's, one-hit wonder doo-wop groups such as the Del-Vikings did not have the opportunity for multiple takes and so the raw doo-wop feel comes through. That's what makes the original so great and what makes surviving members Al, Mike Love and Bruce Johnston and 99% of people over 40 overwhelmingly prefer the original. For a bit of a fictionalized but still interesting portrayal of the song originally being recorded, rent 1978's "American Hot Wax", the story of Alan Freed, the pioneering DJ of the 1950's credited with coining the term "rock and roll".
    rarebiton June 11, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is actually a song from the 50's that the Beach Boys covered. Theirs is by far the best rendition of this song.
    ChaosFluro24on July 21, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentOriginally recorded by The Del-Vikings, indeed, in a less good version as the Beach Boys'. I guess the nonsensical lyrics give it that 50s feel that so many other records of the time, and just afterward had.
    Bobo192on July 22, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Commentgrea great song, and it has go a new fanbase since there new best of has sold 2 and a half million in america alone
    jpj rockson August 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI agree with everyone above. This is one of the best Beach Boys songs they recorded; a flawless cover. Though it was the late 70s and they had strayed far from their 'golden era' sound, suddenly you hear them here as good as ever. Although the true musicianship of doo-wop music is special, this is the best version in the sense of commercial appeal - it just sounds so good. 'Come Go With Me' was one of the first songs that started getting The Beach Boys out of their dark and forgettable period that had started after 'Pet Sounds' in 1966/67
    The Swing Kingon December 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI like both versions, but I love this one in particular because I have grown to love the Beach Boys in the past year...I've almost reached an obsession with the music. Great cover...'nough said.
    ckm4everon December 07, 2007   Link

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