Well, you can take it any way you want.
You can take it 'till it's back-to-front.
You can Rock it 'till it's inside-out.
Let me tell you what it's all about.
It's a Rock 'n Roll symphony,
And it's gonna be the death of me.
why They call me Blue Suede Schubert, the King of the bop.
(Bop, Schubert, bop bop, Schubert)
Blue Suede Schubert, I just can't stop.
(Bop, Schubert, bop bop, Schubert)
When I get that beat, my music is complete. Ow!
Yea, well, it's crazy, but you know it's true.
You gotta do what you gotta do.
And I'm gonna have to sing my song,
While my backbeat's goin' strong.
Ev'rybody's Rockin' more and more.
Keep 'em rollin' all around the floor.
repeat why, with last line:
When I hear that drum, I'm gonna blow it all to Kingdom Come. Ah!
[Repeat why]
Blue Suede Schubert, Blue Suede Schubert, Blue Suede Schubert,
Blue Suede Schubert, Blue Suede Schubert, When I'm dead, I'll drop

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Blue Suede Schubert Lyrics as written by Neil James Innes

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