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Jerry Lee Lewis

Is there an early rock & roller who has a crazier reputation than the Killer, Jerry Lee Lewis? His exploits as a piano-thumping, egocentric wild man with an unquenchable thirst for living have become the fodder for numerous biographies, film documentaries, and a full-length Hollywood movie. Certainly few other artists came to the party with more ego and talent than he and lived to tell the tale. And certainly even fewer could successfully channel that energy into their music and prosper doing it as well as Jerry Lee. When he broke on the national scene in 1957 with his classic "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On," he was every parents' worst nightmare perfectly realized: a long, blonde-haired Southerner who played the piano and sang with uncontrolled fury and abandon, while simultaneously reveling in his own sexuality. He was rock & roll's first great wild man and also rock & roll's first great eclectic. Ignoring all manner of musical boundaries is something that has not only allowed his music to have wide variety, but to survive the fads and fashions as well. Whether singing a melancholy country ballad, a lowdown blues, or a blazing rocker, Lewis' wholesale commitment to the moment brings forth performances that are totally grounded in his personality and all singularly of one piece. Like the recordings of Hank Williams, Louis Armstrong, and few others, Jerry Lee's early recorded work is one of the most amazing collections of American music in existence.

He was born to Elmo and Mamie Lewis on September 29, 1935. Though the family was dirt poor, there was enough money to be had to purchase a third-hand upright piano for the family's country shack in Ferriday, LA. Sharing piano lessons with his two cousins, Mickey Gilley and Jimmy Lee Swaggart, a ten-year old Jerry Lee Lewis showed remarkable aptitude toward the instrument. A visit from piano-playing older cousin Carl McVoy unlocked the secrets to the boogie-woogie styles he was hearing on the radio and across the tracks at Haney's Big House, owned by his uncle, Lee Calhoun, and catering to blacks exclusively. Lewis mixed that up with gospel and country and started coming up with his own style. He even mixed genres in the way he syncopated his rhythms on the piano; his left hand generally played a rock-solid boogie pattern while his right played the high keys with much flamboyant filigree and showiness, equal parts gospel fervor and Liberace showmanship. By the time he was 14, by all family accounts, he was as good as he was ever going to get. Lewis was already ready for prime time.

But his mother Mamie had other plans for the young family prodigy. Not wanting to squander Jerry Lee's gifts on the sordid world of show business, she enrolled him in a bible college in Waxahatchie, TX, secure in the knowledge that her son would now be exclusively singing his songs to the Lord. But legend has it that the Killer tore into a boogie-woogie rendition of "My God Is Real" at a church assembly that sent him packing the same night. The split personality of Lewis, torn between the sacred and the profane (rock & roll music), is something that has eaten away at him most of his adult life, causing untold aberrant personality changes over the years with no clear-cut answers to the problem. What is certain is that by the time a 21-year-old Jerry Lee showed up in Memphis on the doorstep of the Sun studios, he had been thrown out of bible college; been a complete failure as a sewing-machine salesman; been turned down by most Nashville-based record companies and the Louisiana Hayride; been married twice; in jail once; and burned with the passion that he truly was the next big thing.

Sam Phillips was on vacation when he arrived, but his assistant Jack Clement put Roland Janes on guitar and J.M. Van Eaton on drums behind Lewis, whose fluid left hand made a bass player superfluous. This little unit would become the core of Lewis' recording band for almost the entire seven years he recorded at Sun. The first single, a hopped-up rendition of Ralph Mooney's "Crazy Arms," sold in respectable enough quantities that Phillips kept bringing Lewis back in for more sessions, astounded by his prodigious memory for old songs and his penchant for rocking them up. A few days after his first single was released, Jerry Lee was in the Sun studios earning some Christmas money, playing backup piano on a Carl Perkins session that yielded the classics "Matchbox" and "Your True Love." At the tail-end of the recording, Elvis Presley showed up, Clement turned on the tape machine, and the impromptu Million Dollar Quartet jam session ensued, with Perkins, Presley, and Lewis all having the time of their lives.

With the release of his first single, the road beckoned and it was here that Lewis' lasting stage persona was developed. Discouraged because he couldn't dance around the stage strumming a guitar like Carl Perkins, he stood up in mid-song, kicked back the piano stool and, as Perkins has so saliently pointed out, "a new Jerry Lee Lewis was born." This newfound stage confidence was not lost on Sam Phillips. While he loved the music of Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash, he saw neither artist as a true contender to Elvis' throne; with Lewis he thought he had a real shot. For the first time in his very parsimonious life, Sam Phillips threw every dime of promotional capital he had into Lewis' next single, and the gamble paid off a million times over. "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" went to number one on the country and the R&B charts, and was only held out of the top spot on the pop charts by Debbie Reynolds' "Tammy." Suddenly, Lewis was the hottest, newest, most exciting rock & roller out there. His television appearances and stage shows were legendary for their manic energy, and his competitive nature to outdo anyone else on the bill led to the story about how he once set his piano on fire at set's end to make it impossible for Chuck Berry to follow his act. Nobody messed with the Killer.

Jerry Lee's follow-up to "Shakin'" was another defining moment for his career, as well as for rock & roll. "Great Balls of Fire" featured only piano and drums, but sounded huge with Phillips' production behind it. It got him into a rock & roll movie (Jamboree) and his fame was spreading to such a degree that Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins left Sun to go to Columbia Records. His next single, "Breathless," had a promotional tie-in with Dick Clark's Saturday night Bandstand show, making it three hits in a row for the newcomer.

But Lewis was sowing the seeds of his own destruction in record time. He sneaked off and married his 13-year-old cousin, Myra Gale Brown, the daughter of his bass-playing uncle, J.W. Brown. With the Killer insisting that she accompany him on a debut tour of England, the British press got wind of the marriage and proceeded to crucify him in the press. The tour was canceled and Lewis arrived back in the U.S. to find his career in absolute disarray. His records were banned nationwide by radio stations and his booking price went from $10,000 a night to $250 in any honky tonk that would still have him. Undeterred, he kept right on doing what he had been doing, head unbowed and determined to make it back to the bigs, Jerry Lee Lewis style. It took him almost a dozen years to pull it off, but finally, with a sympathetic producer and a new record company willing to exact a truce with country disc jockeys, the Killer found a new groove, cutting one hit after another for Smash Records throughout the late '60s and into the '70s. Still playing rock & roll on-stage whenever the mood struck him (which was often), while keeping all his releases pure country, Lewis struck a creative bargain that suited him well into the mid-'70s.

But while his career was soaring again, his personal life was falling apart. The next decade-and-a-half saw several marriages fall apart (starting with his 13-year-long union with Myra), the deaths of his parents and oldest son, battles with the I.R.S., and bouts with alcohol and pills that frequently left him hospitalized. Suddenly, the Ferriday Fireball was nearing middle age and the raging fire seemed to be burned out.

But the mid-'80s saw another jump start to his career. A movie entitled Great Balls of Fire was about to be made of his life and Lewis was called in to sing the songs for the soundtrack. Showing everyone who the real Killer was, Lewis sounded energetic enough to make you believe it was 1957 all over again with the pilot light of inspiration still burning bright. He also got a boost back to major-label land with a one-song appearance on the soundtrack for Dick Tracy. In 2006, Lewis released Last Man Standing, which featured duets with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Willie Nelson, Rod Stewart, Jimmy Page, and others. He followed it up in 2010 with another album of duets, Mean Old Man, which saw him teaming with Eric Clapton, Merle Haggard, John Fogerty, and Kid Rock, among others. Four years later came Rock & Roll Time, another record co-produced by Steve Bing and Jim Keltner; it also had superstar cameos but generally they were musical, not vocal. Released alongside the album was Jerry Lee Lewis: His Own Story, an as-told-to autobiography written by Rick Bragg.

With box sets and compilations, documentaries, a bio flick, a memoir, and his induction to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame all celebrating his legacy, Lewis continued to record and tour, delivering work that vacillated from tepid to absolutely inspired. While his influence will continue to loom large until there's no one left to play rock & roll piano anymore, the plain truth is that there's only one Jerry Lee Lewis, and American music will never see another like him. ~ Cub Koda
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: Rock & Roll Time

1. Rock & Roll Time

2. Little Queenie

3. Stepchild

4. Sick And Tired

5. Bright Lights, Big City

6. Folsom Prison Blues

7. Keep Me In Mind

8. Mississippi Kid

9. Blues Like Midnight

10. Here Comes That Rainbow Again

11. Promised Land


Track List: Jerry Lee Lewis: The Knox Phillips Sessions: The Unreleased Recordings

1. Bad, Bad Leroy Brown

2. Ragged But Right

3. Room Full Of Roses

4. Johnny B. Goode/Carol

5. That Kind Of Fool

6. Harbor Lights

7. Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior

8. Music! Music! Music!/Canadian Sunset

9. Lovin' Cajun Style

10. Beautiful Dreamer


Track List: Killer Rock N Roll

1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

2. Little Queenie

3. Mean Woman Blues

4. Sixty Minute Man

5. Hound Dog

6. Don't Be Cruel

7. Breathless

8. My Blue Heaven

9. Johnny B. Goode

10. High School Confidential

11. Jailhouse Rock

12. Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes

13. What'd I Say

14. Good Rockin' Tonight

15. Sweet Little Sixteen

16. Money (That's What I Want)

17. Good Golly Miss Molly

18. Great Balls Of Fire


Track List: Great Balls Of Fire

1. Great Balls Of Fire

2. Little Queenie

3. Down The Line

4. Wild One (Real Wild Child)

5. My Blue Heaven

6. It'll Be Me

7. Livin' Lovin' Wreck

8. Crazy Arms

9. Don't Be Cruel

10. Cold Cold Heart

12. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

13. End Of The Road

14. As Long As I Live

15. Good Golly Miss Molly

16. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On


Track List: Last Man Standing

1. Rock And Roll (feat. Jimmy Page)

2. Before The Night Is Over (feat. B.B. King)

3. Pink Cadillac (feat. Bruce Springsteen)

4. Evening Gown (feat. Ronnie Wood)

5. You Don't Have To (feat. Neil Young)

6. Twilight (feat. Robbie Robertson)

7. Travelin' Band (feat. John Fogerty)

8. That Kind Of Fool (feat. Keith Richards)

9. Sweet Little 16 (feat. Ringo Starr)

10. Just A Bummin' Around (feat. Merle Haggard)

11. Honky Tonk Woman (feat. Kid Rock)

12. What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me) (feat. Rod Stewart)

13. Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age (feat. George Jones)

14. A Couple More Years (feat. Willie Nelson)

15. Old Glory (feat. Toby Keith)

16. Trouble In Mind (feat. Eric Clapton)

17. I Saw Her Standing There (feat. Little Richard)

18. Lost Highway (feat. Delaney Bramlett)

19. Hadacohl Boogie (feat. Buddy Guy)

20. The Irish Heart Beat (feat. Don Henley)

21. The Pilgrim (feat. Kris Krostofferson)


Track List: A Half Century Of Hits

Disc 1

1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

2. It'll Be Me

3. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane

4. You Win Again

5. End Of The Road

6. I'm Feelin' Sorry

7. Great Balls Of Fire

8. Lewis Boogie

10. Breathless

11. Down The Line

12. High School Confidential

15. Let's Talk About Us

16. Little Queenie

17. Bonnie B.

18. Night Train To Memphis

20. Invitation To Your Party

21. One Minute Past Eternity

22. I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye

Disc 2

3. Green, Green Grass Of Home

5. Another Place, Another Time

6. What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)

8. She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye

9. Me And Bobby McGee

10. To Make Love Sweeter For You

11. There Must Be More To Love Than This

12. Think About It, Darlin'

13. Chantilly Lace

14. Once More With Feeling

15. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

16. Middle Age Crazy

19. That Kind Of Fool

20. No Headstone On My Grave

21. Your Cheatin' Heart (live)

22. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Live)

Disc 3

1. Rockin' My Life Away

2. Rita May

4. I Wish I Was Eighteen Again

5. Folsom Prison Blues

6. Who Will The Next Fool Be

7. Rockin' Little Angel

8. I'd Do It All Again

10. Rockin' Jerry Lee

11. Over The Rainbow

13. Miss The Mississippi And You

16. Good News Travels Fast

17. One Has My Name... The Other Has My Heart


Track List: The Essential Jerry Lee Lewis - The Legendary Sun Recordings

Disc 1

1. Great Balls Of Fire

2. Lewis Boogie

3. High School Confidential

4. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

5. Cold Cold Heart

6. Don't Be Cruel

7. Ramblin' Rose

8. Waiting For A Train

9. I've Been Twistin'

10. I'm Feelin' Sorry

11. Hello Josephine

12. Crazy Arms

13. Little Queenie

14. Mean Woman Blues

15. It Hurt Me So

17. Carry Me Back To Old Virginia

18. You Win Again

19. Matchbox

20. Save The Last Dance For Me

Disc 2

1. What'd I Say

2. Down The Line

3. Good Golly Miss Molly

4. Big Blon' Baby

5. Sweet Little Sixteen

6. Sixty Minute Man

7. Breathless

8. Fools Like Me

9. Wild One (Real Wild Child)

10. It'll Be Me

11. Milkshake Mademoiselle

12. Good Rockin' Tonight

13. Jambalaya

15. Break Up

16. Lovin' Up A Storm


Track List: Orby Records Spotlights

1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

3. It'll Be Me

5. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

6. Down The Line

7. Big Legged Woman

8. High School Confidential

9. Fools Like Me

10. Put Me Down

11. Break Up

12. Night Train To Memphis

13. Let's Talk About Us

15. You Win Again

16. Lovin' Up A Storm


Track List: Live At The Star-Club Hamburg

2. High School Confidential

4. Matchbox

7. Great Balls Of Fire

9. Lewis Boogie

10. Your Cheatin' Heart (Live)

11. Hound Dog

12. Long Tall Sally

13. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (Live)


Track List: Another Place Another Time / She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye


Track List: A Taste of Country & Ole Tyme Country Music

1. I Can't Seem To Say Goodbye

2. I Love You So Much It Hurts

3. I'm Throwing Rice

4. Goodnight Irene

5. Your Cheatin' Heart

6. Am I To Be The One

7. Crazy Arms

8. Night Train To Memphis

9. As Long As I Live

10. You Win Again

11. It Hurt Me So

12. Waiting For A Train

13. Carry Me Back To Old Virginia

14. John Henry

15. Old Black Joe

16. My Blue Heaven

17. You're The Only Star (In My Blue Heaven)

18. The Crawdad Song

19. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane

20. You Are My Sunshine


Track List: The Locust Years...

Disc 1

1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

2. Crazy Arms

3. Great Balls Of Fire

4. High School Confidential

5. I'll Make It All Up To You

6. Break Up

7. Down The Line

9. End Of The Road

10. Your Cheatin' Heart

13. Breathless

15. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

16. Johnny B. Goode

22. You Win Again

23. Fools Like Me

Disc 2

6. Flip, Flop And Fly

7. Don't Let Go

9. Roll Over Beethoven

17. Seasons Of My Heart

18. Big Boss Man

21. Crazy Arms

25. Walk Right In

Disc 3

3. Green Green Grass Of Home

26. Turn On Your Love Light

Disc 4

2. Another Place, Another Time

3. Walking The Floor Over You

8. All Night Long

10. What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)

13. She Still Comes Around (To Love What's Left Of Me)

17. I Can't Have A Merry Christmas, Mary (Without You)

23. Let's Talk About Us

24. To Make Love Sweeter For You

Disc 5

2. Born To Lose

3. You Belong To Me

5. Sweet Dreams

6. Cold Cold Heart

11. I Love You Because

13. Jambalaya

15. One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)

21. My Blue Heaven

Disc 6

5. I Get The Blues When It Rains

8. Cryin' Time

9. Roll Over Beethoven

15. She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye

24. Brown Eyed Handsome Man

Disc 7
Disc 8

Track List: Best Of Jerry Lee Lewis

2. Over The Rainbow

4. Middle Age Crazy

5. Chantilly Lace

6. Would You Take Another Chance On Me

7. You Win Again

8. Save The Last Dance For Me

9. Cold, Cold Heart

10. One Minute Past Eternity


Track List: The Golden Rock Hits Of Jerry Lee Lewis

1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

2. Fools Like Me

3. Great Balls Of Fire

5. End of the road

6. Breathless

7. Crazy Arms

8. You win Again

9. High School Confidential

10. Your Cheating Heart


Track List: Little Queenie (Single)

2. Little Queenie


Track List: Rock & Roll Time (Single)

1. Rock & Roll Time


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Great promotion for patriotism.. . !
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Has anyone here heard the Sam Bush version of great balls of fire
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He didn't tickle the ivories he f*** them
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The man everyone should thank for the best rock and roll ever period. I have his music on constantly just to keep my music compass true
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The Killer.....
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I love Jerry lee Lewis
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The killer
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lPad use is new, but the music brings back terrific memories from 60 years ago
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balls haha
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dragonlady60 8 8
Great music....!!! ! !
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Goooooo !! One of the day's best man they don't do them like this no more
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Always loved this song. Great lyrics too. Isn't it nice to be able to understand them?
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Hello everyone Wuz Up?
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one of the best and has set the bar for keyboard players!!!!! !
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The best of its era and still is great performer and song always will be thanks.
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Shake it baby shake it I say oh ya.
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Behold the Killer
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Kiss your hand 5 times
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Look under your pillow
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Jerry Lee Lewis was a GOD amongst other musicians. The word "talent" doesn't even begin to describe Jerry Lee Lewis. I have never met a person that didn't like Jerry Lee Lewis. ☺
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I am 68 years young and when I hear this music I feel 16
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Great balls of fire hall of fame song.
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I like elvis presley jerry lee lewis and little richard
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I love all of his music,,,
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Great balls of fire - Jerry Lee Lewis: Love it, love it. The Mp3 or 4 or whatever sound of Pandora doesn't do it justice. CD sound will do if a vinyl version not available to you.
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Cub Koda....Afte r reading quite a few of your Pandora bio's, I feel the need to profess my admiration for your style and skill. I especially appreciate all the little things that other biographers overlook. Thank you so much. And I post this here because Jerry Lee has been and always will be my Idol. You did a great job with his biography. Thanks again.
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I feel the need, the need for speed.
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LIKE !!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! !
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Love "The Killer"
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Rock and roll
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There will never be a Killer like this again.......
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Saw this guy at the Spanish Castle in Seattle back in the early 60s It was non stop for a good two a feverish pace the whole show the never took a break....... . T h i s cat was a fantastic stage entertainer. I was lucky to have had the experience.
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dragonlady60 8 8
Rock and Rollllllllll
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His nickname says it all, the "KILLER", LOVIN me some Jerry LEE....
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This guy was dangerous.El v i s was a choir boy compared to "the killer ".This is the guy mothers didn't want there daughters to even know.
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Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will be injured (you won't die) in two days. Now that you have started reading this don't stop. Post this on at least five other stations/son g s in the next 143 minutes. When you're done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on the screen in big letters this is so scary it actually works
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You shake my bones and you rattle my brain too much love drives a man insane
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Jerry lee Lewis's. Is the best if God did not p it him here
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Jerry Lee Lewis is the goodest singer I know
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The **REAL** King of Rock 'n' Roll!!!
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Find and listen to The Killer's rendition of Chantilly Lace and you will never want to hear The Big Bopper's again. Jerry Lee never gave a poor performance.
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The Star Spangled Banner....ab s o l u t e l y GREAT! Only in America.
The land of the free and the home of the brave.
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You shake my nerves and a rattle my brain .....white mans got soul......
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He,s my neighbor ,inhernando, m s . Nice man.MAYBE,he , l l
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Married seven times because the only thing he was good at was performing. Very angry abusive man, he was to the women he was married to.
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Flamboyant? To say the very least! Used to blow people away with his stage show! A trully great preformere
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I saw him in concert after they said he was dying and let me tell you he was beyond great! When he kicked back his stool we all went wild! There is no way you can't dance to his music!
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Love this song because its on my favorite movie when goose sings it top gun baby
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