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Your Baby's Gone Surfin'
Duane Eddy Lyrics

Well, I called up my baby
On the telephone
It just kept ringing
No one was home

Then I saw my best friend
And her face turned red
When I asked my best friend
This is what she said

Your baby's gone surfing
Surfing, surfing and I know where
Your baby's gone surfing
Surfing, surfing and I know where

He's down at the beaches
Beaches, beaches having fun
Your baby's gone surfing
Surfing, surfing, like everyone

Your baby's gone dancing
Dancing, dancing to the surfing band
Your baby's gone dancing
Dancing, dancing to the guitar man

Your baby's gone dancing
Dancing, dancing, having fun
Your baby's gone dancing
Dancing, dancing like everyone

Oh, your baby's gone dancing with everyone
Your baby is surfing to the surfing band
Oh, he's down at the beach, having fun
Your baby is dancing, dancing
Dancing with everyone

Oh, your baby is dancing
Whoa, he's dancing
Whoa, he's dancing
Yes, he's dancing

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On this day in 1963 {August 19th} Duane Eddy performed "You're Baby's Gone Surfin'" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV weekday-afternoon program, 'American Bandstand'...
At the time the record was in it's first week on Billboard's Top 100 chart at position #96, the following week it remained at #96 and that was it's second and final week on the Top 100...
Between 1958 and 1986 the Corning, NY native had twenty-eight Top 100 records; three made the Top 10, his biggest hit was "Because They're Young", it reached #4 {for 2 weeks} on July 4th, 1960...
Besides "Because They're Young", his two other Top 10 records were "Rebel-'Rouser" {#6 in 1958} and "Forty Miles of Bad Road" {#9 in 1959}...
His last charted record was a re-mix of his 1960 "Peter Gunn"* with the British trio the Art of Noise; it peaked at #50 in 1986 on the Top 100 {reached #8 in the U.K.}...
Duane Eddy celebrated his 81st birthday four months ago on April 26th, 2019...
And from the 'For What It's Worth' department, the week "You're Baby's Gone Surfin'" entered the Top 100 there were four other 'surf' records on the chart, "Surf City" by Jan & Dean {at #15}, "Surfer Girl" by the Beach Boys {at #18}, "Surfin' Hootenanny" by Al Casey {at #52}, and "The Lonely Surfer" by Jack Nitzsche {at #64}. Plus at #7 was "Wipe Out!" by the Surfaris...
* In 1960 Duane Eddy's original covered version of "Peter Gunn" peaked at #27...


I love this song. Sorry Duane Eddy youtube guys, but I discovered him because of Mafia 2.

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