Dixieland Rock
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Well, down in New Orleans at the Golden Goose
I grabbed a green-eyed dolly that was on the loose
Well, I dig that music "well," she said, "me too"
I said, "pretty baby, come on and let's do"

The Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Well, the Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Let your hair down, sugar shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me, hey, hey
With the blue light shining on her swinging hips
She got the drummer so nervous that he lost his sticks
The cornet player hit a note that's flat
The tromboner hit him while the poor cat sat

The Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Well, the Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Let your hair down, sugar shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

I was all pooped out and when the clock struck four
But she said, "no, daddy, can't leave the floor"
She wore a clinging dress that fit so tight
She couldn't sit down so we danced all night

The Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Well, the Dixieland rock (Dixieland rock)
Let your hair down sugar shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me
Let your hair down, sugar shake it
And do the Dixieland rock with me (Dixieland rock, Dixieland rock, Dixieland rock)

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: AARON SCHROEDER, BEVERLY ROSS, RACHEL FRANK

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TFS

Well down in New Orleans at the Golden Goose
I grabbed a green-eyed dolly that was on the loose
Well I dig that music, well she said me too
I said pretty baby come on and let's do

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

With the blue light shining on her swinging hips
She got the drummer so nervous that he lost his sticks
The cornet player hit a note that's flat
The tromboner hit him while the poor cat sat

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me

I was all pooped out and when the clock struck four
But she said no daddy can't leave the floor
She wore a clinging dress that fit so tight
She couldn't sit down so we danced all night

The Dixieland rock
Well the Dixieland rock
Let your hair down Sugar, shake it free
And do the Dixieland rock with me
Let your hair dance Sugar, shake it
And do the Dixieland rock with me



All comments from YouTube:

flashtheoriginal

Not only was King Creole a stand-out movie in its own right, Elvis Presley was superb in the movie; he was allowed to carry to the whole thing, even eclipsing Walter Matthau.

Elvis had a great screen chemistry with the beautiful and talented Carolyn Jones in this movie. Its the best film he ever did

The whole thing is class
He was class
He IS class
He WILL ALWAYS BE class

SONNY MONKS

yes agreed,king creole,and jailhouse rock,his best two films,without doubt...

Junior Nash

I guess it's been said millions of times but I'm going to say it again there'll never be another Elvis Presley

p stick

Damn dirty drugs , so famous you cant leave the house to get a hamburger .

SONNY MONKS

agreed,1000%

Sir Klopp

This is one of his most underappreciated songs. It has a similar sound to Jailhouse Rock. King Creole had such a great soundtrack. Some of these tracks deserved much more success outside of the film.

Little Jimmy Scumbag

Sean Fitzpatrick piss off with that pre-army shit. Elvis was at his best until the moment he died. His voice never left him. Elvis is the best because of songs like Dixieland Rock but also because of In The Ghetto, Surrender and Hurt. Elvis’ versatility is what makes him the best

Sean Fitzpatrick

Elvis before the army was something else definitely at his best songs like Dixieland Rock one night New Orleans so glad you're mine ain't that loving you baby dudes bluesy Rockin type songs does DSS have Elvis in the image nothing like fifties Elvis cool rongey rebellious and rocking yes when he was at his best Dixieland rock is a classic definitely a great Jazzy bluesy up-tempo song sung to Perfection by Elvis this song shows the young Elvis had his best and ability to sing blues and jazz with the best of them

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Kräftskiva

I know a lot of the comments are about Elvis, yes he is talented and I love his music, but I think Scotty Moore deserves some attention too. He was such a talented guitarist and did most of Elvis guitar music up to 1958.

Greg Amerson

Scotty was great but he wasn't the main draw

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