"BE BOP A LULA" as written by Gene Vincent and Tex Davis....
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-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 woman with the flyin' feet
She's the one that walks around the store
She's the one that gets 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 doll
My baby doll, my baby doll
Let's rock again, now!

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


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"Be-Bop-A-Lula" as written by Tex Davis Gene Vincent

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    General CommentIt really makes me sad that nobody posted here before. I mean, sure, it was a big hit 50 years ago but still! Come on, people! It's Gene Vincent!!

    Okay, song meaning. Well, it's pretty straightforward.
    No hidden meanings, there. Okay, bye. :)

    P.S. I am NOT an old crackpot! (I stole that line from the Simpsons, but it's true! I'm 13, people!) Listen to better music!!!
    mandolinloseron February 23, 2006   Link
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    General Commentactually its an excellent song and considering the times in which it first came out, it was quite risque! sexy song.. makes for great karaoke too :)
    hoydenon July 08, 2006   Link

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