"Three Cool Cats" as written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller....
Three cool cats,
Three cool cats
Are coming up in a beat up car,
Spitting up a lift of candy bar
Talking on about how sharp they are.
Three cool cats.

Three cool chicks
Are walking down the street
Swinging their hips,
Splitting up a bag of potatoe chips
I think cool cats really did flip.
Three cool chicks
Three cool chicks.

Well up came that first cool cat,
He said: man look at that.
Man, do you see what I see?
Well I want that middle chick
I want that little chick.
Hey man save once chick for me.

Well three cool chicks.
Three cool chicks.

Well they love like
Angels from up above
And three cool cats
Really fell in love.
But three cool chicks
Made three fools out of
Three cool cats.
Three cool cats.

Well up came that first cool cat,
He said: man look at that.
Man do you see what I see?
Well I want that middle chick,
I want that little chick.
Hey man, save one chick for me.

Three cool chicks.
Three cool chicks.
They look like

Angels from up above
And three cool cats
Really fell in love.
And three cool chicks
Made three fools out of

Three cool cats.
Three cool cats.
Three cool cats.
Three cool cats.


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"Three Cool Cats" as written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller

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    General Commentwhere is this song from?
    song4juliaon January 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI'm pretty sure it's from the Decca audition, before the Beatles signed with EMI. The track is a cover of a Leiber and Stoller song originally recorded by the Coasters.
    butterfingersbeckon March 18, 2002   Link
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    General CommentYou can find it on the Anthology 1 album, disk 1, song 16...
    MetChickon April 15, 2003   Link

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