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Wake Up Little Susie - The Everly Brothers* - Wake Up Little Susie (Vinyl)

Wake Up Little Susie Lyrics: Wake up, little Susie, wake up / Wake up, little Susie, wake up / We've both been sound asleep / Wake up, little Susie, and weep / The movie's over / It's four o'clock.

 · D A7 D Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie [Middle 8] D D7 Well I told your momma that you'd be in by ten G Well now Susie baby looks like we goofed again A G A (N.C.) D F G F D F G F Wake up little Susie, wake up little Susie, we gotta go home [Verse] D F G F D Wake up little Susie, wake up D F G F D Wake up little Susie, wake up G D G.

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It was written by the same songwriting team, Boudleaux Bryant and Felice Bryant, responsible for "Bye Bye Love," yet sounded different enough that it avoided trapping the Everly Brothers into a formula. Like "Bye Bye Love," though, "Wake Up Little Susie" was built around rousing, rhythmic acoustic guitar riffs which were especially prominent in.


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3 Replies to “Wake Up Little Susie - The Everly Brothers* - Wake Up Little Susie (Vinyl)”

  1. Wake up, little Susie Wake up, little Susie Well, I told your Mama that you'd be in by ten Well, Susie baby, looks like we goofed again Wake up, little Susie Wake up, little Susie We gotta go home Wake up, little Susie, wake up Wake up, little Susie, wake up The movie wasn't so hot It didn't have much of a plot We fell asleep, our goose is cooked.

  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Wake Up Little Susie" on Count: 5.

  3. One of the acts* on the bill were the Everly Brothers; and at the time they had two records on Billboard's Top chart, "This Little Girl of Mine"" at #39, and "Wake Up Little Susie” at #90; four months earlier on October 6th, it had peaked at #1.

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