Baby Let's Play House
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Oh, baby, baby, baby, baby baby
Baby, baby baby, be-be-be-be-be-be baby baby, baby
Baby baby baby
Come back, baby, I want to play house with you
Well, you may go to college
You may go to school
You may have a pink Cadillac
But don't you be nobody's fool
Now baby come back, baby, come
Come back, baby, come
Come back, baby I want to play house with you

Now listen and I'll tell you baby
What I'm talking about
Come on back to me, little girl
So we can play some house
Now baby come back, baby, come
Come back, baby, come
Come back, baby
I want to play house with you (oh let's play house, baby)

Now this is one thing, baby
That I want you to know
Come on back and let's play a little house
And we can act like we did before
Well, baby come back, baby, come
Come back, baby, come
Come back, baby I want to play house with you (hit it)

Yeah

Now listen to me, baby
Try to understand
I'd rather see you dead, little girl
Than to be with another man
Now baby come back, baby, come
Come back, baby, come
Come back, baby, I want to play house with you
Oh, baby baby baby
Baby baby baby be-be-be-be-be-be baby baby baby
Baby baby baby
Come back, baby, I want to play house with you

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Written by: Arthur Gunter

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Tweet Tweet Jones

The 6 great early Elvis songs all rockabilly guitarists should know how to play:
* That's All Right
* Shake, Rattle & Roll
* Blue Suede Shoes
* Baby, Let's Play
House
* Mystery Train
* Blue Moon of
Kentucky
(Elvis is called the king because he had the first rock n' roll album go to #1 on the charts. His 1956 RCA Victor album which introduced him to the world + he made a million dollars off the single
'Heartbreak Hotel' which was from that historic 78 rpm.



Brazilian Atlantis

Other good guitar rock and roll from before 1956:
Junior Parker "Love My Baby"
Junior Parker "Sittin' At The Bar"
Pee Wee Crayton "Do Unto Others"
Pee Wee Crayton "Poppa Stoppa"
Jackson Brothers "We're Gonna Rock This Joint"
Earl King "Funny Face"
Bill Haley "Rock Around The Clock"
Johnny Watson "Space Guitar"
Chuck Berry "Thirty Days"
Guitar Slim "Guitar Slim"
Baby Face Lewis "Cherry Wine"
Earl Hooker "Move On Down The Line"
Elmore James "Strange Kinda Feeling"
Jimmy McCracklin "Rockin' All Day"



All comments from YouTube:

Kcuhc

This song was a big influence when John Lennon wrote "Run for your life". Sincerest form of flattery.

Michele Paccione

Sounds a lot like “Everybody’s trying to be my baby,” too. Same guitar riff.

singIeservingfriend

That’s what brought me here...

Tektoniks Architects

Flattery if you are a fan....plagiarism if you're a hater. Zep would be crucified if they did this....the Beatles get a pass.

Oilpoet

Although he wrote said song he afterwards hated it.

drmjr78

@Lucas Lennon also did You Can't Do That and Jealous Guy, which had similar themes.

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terrypussypower

Rockabilly Elvis...the best kind of Elvis !

leone7227

@alipalix Great point.

Maria Aparecida

Eu ti amo mi amor ti amo muito fica bem elvis arom presley fica bem onde estiver bebe ti amo ti amoooo amor meu

JMSTiger

Get the Sun Sessions by Elvis, catdaddy.  All incredible stuff.  Pure rockabilly and some ballads.  And notice Elvis' damn good rhythm guitar playing on those sessions.  He was damn good!

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