OLDIES SONGS ARE DIRTY

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

So, I had a long day. I made a batch of brownies, which let’s face it, aren’t gonna eat themselves. My DVR was full and I had to play a little catch-up. It is mentally taxing to try to keep all the characters in Gossip Girl straight. I mean, just who is the heck is this yokel in prison. And could it be true, is Vanessa being written off the show??  So, just imagine my exhaustion after a solid 4 hour block of Serena looking confused and Chuck trying to convince me that he’s actually interested in that boring tool shed from the old country…..But, of course, I was awakened by a 3 part harmony…..


“We are the Everly Brothers’ agents,” they said, in unison obviously, “and today is the anniversary of that beloved hit  Wake Up Little Suzy getting to the top of the charts”

“And guess what? The song is about doing it at the drive -in. What do you expect? It was 1957. Al Gore hadn’t invented the internet yet!”

And then they sang and danced.

Here are the lyrics

Wake up little Suzie, wake up
Wake up little Suzie, wake up

We've both been sound asleep
Wake up little Suzie and weep
The movie's over, it's four o'clock
And we're in trouble deep
Wake up little Suzie, wake up little Suzie

Well, what are we gonna tell your mama
What are we gonna tell your pa
What are we gonna tell our friends when they say ooh-la-la
Wake up little Suzie, wake up little Suzie

Well, I told your mama that you'd be in by ten
Well, Suzie baby, looks like we goofed again
Wake up little Suzie, wake up little Suzie
We gotta go home

Wake up little Suzie, wake up!
Wake up little Suzie, wake up!

The movie wasn't so hot
It didn't have much of a plot
We fell asleep, our goose is cooked
Our reputation is shot
Wake up little Suzie, wake up little Suzie

Well, what are we gonna tell your mama
What are we gonna tell your pa
What are we gonna tell our friends when they say ooh-la-la
Wake up little Suzie, wake up little Suzie
Wake up little Suzie
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