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  1. Melkis Reply
    Oh Carol, don't let him steal your heart away I'm gonna learn to dance if it takes me all night and day Climb into my machine so we can cruise on out I know a swingin' little joint where we can jump and shout It's not too far back off the highway, not so long a ride You .
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    Apr 23,  · Provided to YouTube by Danmark Music Group Johnny B. Goode / Oh Carol / Little ciemunhandrickpebondhenamortoheadli.xyzinfo · Jess Conrad Spotlight, Vol 5. The British Hit's .
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    Mar 19,  · With a guitar intro that echoes “Johnny B. Goode” and another “go! go!” chorus, “Little Queenie” – released a year after “Johnny” – shows how deftly Berry could make a .
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    Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode lyrics - letras - testo are property and copyright of their owners. Songstube is against piracy and promotes safe and legal music downloading on Amazon. Music and lyrics on this site are for the sole use of educational reference and are the property of respective authors, artists and labels.
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    Johnny B. Blues (2) Johnny B. Goode () Johnny B. Goode / Reelin' and Rockin' (1) Key to the Highway (47) Kingston Town / Ramblin' Rose (1) La juanda (Espanola) (4) Let It Rock () Let It Rock / Around and Around (1) Let It Rock / Mean Old World / Carol (1) Let the Good Times Roll (1) Let's Twist Again (1) Little Queenie () Liverpool.
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    Johnny B. Goode - Live At The Lancaster Arts Festival/ Dear Dad - Single Version: Promised Land - Single Version: Around And Around - Overdub Take 2/Previously Unreleased: Johnny B. Goode - Live Edit ( Lanchester Arts Festival) Reelin' And Rockin' - Live At The Lancaster Arts Festival/ Sweet Little.
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    Jan 02,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Johnny Be Good / Carol / Little Queenie (Medley) - Original · Jess Conrad Jess Conrad's Johnny Be Good ℗ Charly Records Released on:
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    Johnny Be Good by Andrew Sixty was written by Chuck Berry and was first recorded and released by Chuck Berry in Andrew Sixty released it on the single Oh Carol in It was covered by Déjà vu, The Streaplers, Ronnie Milsap, Zlatni Akordi and other artists.