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That's My Little Suzie Trk 1 1:50
Ritchie Valens
(R. Kuhn, R. Valens)
Recorded: Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
Pop Chart # 55 April 5, 1959
DELFI Records Single# 4114 April 1959
LP 1201 Feb 1959 (pop chart #55 Apr 6, 1959)
(mono track electronically reprocessed for stereo).
Album: Come On Let's Go Delfi DFBX 2359 May 26, 1997
Sessions by Bob Keane and Rene Hall
Richie - vocal & guitar, Buddy Clark - standup bass
Earl Palmer - drums/bongos, Rene Hall - electric guitar
Poss. Irving Ashley or Carole Kaye - rhythm guitar.



Well, I got a gal named Sue
She knows just what to do
She's just a-rockin'
She knows what to do

She knows how to love me
And rock it, too
That's my little Suzie
She knows what to do

She rocks to the left
And she rocks to the right
She rocks all day
And she rocks all night
When my baby gets tired a-me
I'm gonna drown myself in a sea

Well, come on let's go little Suzie
Tell me you'll be true
If I shoud lose you
Oh, what could I do?

(Ritchie - guitar solo & instrumental)

She rocks to the left
And she rocks to the right
She rocks all day
And she rocks all night
When my baby gets tired a-me
I'm gonna drown myself in a sea

Well, come on let's go little Suzie
Tell me you'll be true
If I shoud lose you
Oh, what could I do?

(instrumental fade to end)
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