A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Sue
She knows just what to do
I got a gal named Sue
She knows just what to do
She rock me to the east
She roll me to the west
She's the gal that I love the best

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
She knows how to love me, yes indeed
Oh boy you don't know she do to me

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

Well Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
She knows how to love me, yes indeed
Oh boy you don't know she do to me

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti, ooo
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!


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Tutti Frutti Lyrics as written by Joe Lubin Dorothy Labostrie

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    Another Little Richard song done by Elvis. Again I think Little Richard's version is better but it's a hard song to really do badly. It's just a good rockin song. Elvis obviously had a lot of respect for Little Richard. By the way the original lyrics were far more risque but Little Richard cleaned them up for the record release.

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