"Rockabilly Boogie" as written by and Henry Jerome Johnny Burnette....
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Well it's a rock-rock rockabilly boogie
A rock-rock rockabilly boogie
A rock-rock rockabilly boogie
A rock-rock rockabilly boogie
A rock-rock rockabilly boogie tonight

Well I know a little spot on the edge of town
Where you can really dig 'em up and set 'em down
It's a little place called 'The Hide-away
You do the rockabilly 'till the break of day

[Chorus]

Well they kick off their shoes, gettin' ready to bop
They're gonna rockabilly wearin' their socks
You wiggle your hip, feel the thrill
So come on little baby do the rockabilly-bill

[Chorus]

Well there's little ol' Suzie, turnin' seventeen
Well everybody knows her as a rockabilly queen
And there's ol' Slim, as quiet as a mouse
He grabs ol' Suzie, they'll tear up the house

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by chrisjudah

Rockabilly Boogie song meanings
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