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Christmas with the Everly Brothers. Ain't That Lovin' You, Baby. Gone, Gone, Gone. Too Good to Be True. Boudleaux Bryant. Stories We Could Tell. Heartaches and Harmonies track Some Hearts.
Angels from the Realms of Glory. Ian Sutherland. The Everly Brothers Sing. Vincent himself sometimes claimed that he wrote the words inspired by the comic strip, " Little Lulu ": "I come in dead drunk and stumble over the bed. And me and Don Graves were looking at this bloody book; it was called Little Lulu. In early , Gene Vincent performed the song on a radio show in Norfolk, Virginia , and recorded a demo version which was passed to Capitol Records , who were looking for a young singer to rival Elvis Presley.
Capitol invited Vincent to record the song and it was recorded at Owen Bradley 's studio in Nashville, Tennessee on May 4, The song was released in June on Capitol Records' single F, and immediately sold well. The song was successful on three American singles charts: it peaked at No. The original demo for the song, probably recorded at radio station WCMS, has never been located and is presumed lost.
Steve Allen mocked the lyrics to the song by reading them in a pseudo-serious tone accompanied by light piano background music in a September broadcast of The Steve Allen Show.
Don Everly. Let It Be Me. Since You Broke My Heart. Cathy's Clown. When Will I Be Loved? Phil Everly. Love Hurts. Like Strangers. Sleepless Nights. Walk Right Back. Sonny Curtis. Ebony Eyes. John D. Don't Blame Me. Like Strangers Rip It Up Cathy's Clown 2. This Little Girl Of Mine 3. Lucille 6. Walk Right Back 7. Ebony Eyes 8. Temptation 9. Muskrat Don't Blame Me Side D:Watch the video for Be Bop a Lula from The Everly Brothers's Simply - The Everly Brothers (42 Essential Tracks) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.