Tutti Frutti
Elvis Presley Lyrics


A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Sue
She knows just what to do
I got a gal named Sue
She knows just what to do
She rock me to the east
She roll me to the west
She's the gal that I love the best

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
She knows how to love me, yes indeed
Oh boy you don't know she do to me

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

Well Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
I got a gal named Daisy,
She almost drive me crazy
She knows how to love me, yes indeed
Oh boy you don't know she do to me

Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti, ooo
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
Tutti Frutti au rutti
A-bop-bop-a-loom-op a-lop-bop-boom!

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: Dorothy Labostrie, Joe Lubin, Richard Penniman

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ro per1973

Chuck Berry is the Father of Rock and Roll. Little Richard Architect of Rock and Roll.
And Elvis is the king of rock and roll. He actually created a whole new genre - rockabilly, the fusion of blues and country, which then morphed into rock/n/roll, so he created something which influenced millions of people and changed the world forever. Before Elvis teenagers had no power, rock/n/roll caused a revolution and things have never been the same. As John Lennon said: Before Elvis there was nothing.
He didn’t write a song but his sheer raw performing talent, his phrasing of a song and ability to make a song absolutely his were all so extraordinary that someone like Chuck Berry - who was a legend and who wrote all of his own songs - still said that Elvis was ‘the best and the best there ever will be
He became one of the most significant pop culture icons of the 20th century before passing away at the young age of 42.
To this day, he remains the best-selling solo artist of all time, racking up an estimated 600 million to one billion in album sales.
Only singer in music Hall of Fame rock, blues, Gospel, Country.

The influence of Elvis Presley on his fellow singers and musicians is incalculable, and many of them have gone on the record to say so.
“Elvis was God-given, there’s no other explanation.”—Little Richard
“Elvis is the best ever, the most original.” —Jim Morrison
“Elvis Presley possessed genuine rhythm guitar chops” — Johnny Cash
“Nobody can sing blues better than Elvis”. —Jackie Wilson,
"Nobody can sing the gospel better than Elvis" -Mahalia Jackson
“I remember Elvis as a young man hanging around the Sun Studios. Even then, I knew this kid had a tremendous talent. He was a dynamic young boy. I was a tremendous fan, and had Elvis lived, there would have been no end to his inventiveness.”—B.B. King
“Elvis was the king. No doubt about it. People like myself, Mick Jagger and all the others only followed in his footsteps.”—Rod Stewart
“He was a unique artist, an original in an area of imitators.”—Mick Jagger
“That Elvis, man, he is all there is. Everything starts and ends with him.”—Bruce Springsteen
“I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother.”—James Brown

“When I first heard Elvis’ voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss…Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.”—Bob Dylan
“Ask anyone. If it hadn’t been for Elvis, I don’t know where popular music would be. He was the one that started it all off, and he was definitely the start of it for me.”—Elton John
“Elvis Presley is like the ‘Big Bang’ of rock ’n’ roll. It all came from there and what you had in Elvis Presley is a very interesting moment because, really, to be pretentious about it for a minute, you had two cultures colliding there. You had a kind of white, European culture and an African culture coming together—the rhythm, OK,, of black music and the melody chord progressions of white music, just all came together in that kind of spastic dance of his. That was the moment.” —Bono
“I know he didn’t write the songs but there isn’t anybody or act in rock and roll history that was more influential than Elvis” ca.1990 — Dick Clark,
“Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn’t been an Elvis, there wouldn’t have been a Beatles”—John Lennon
“Elvis is the greatest cultural force in the 20th century. He introduced the beat to everything, music, language, clothes, it’s a whole new social revolution – the ’60s comes from it.”—Leonard Bernstein



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I got a girl, named Sue
She knows just what to do
I got a girl, named Sue
She knows just what to do
She bop to the east
She bop to the west
But she's the girl
That I love the best

Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
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Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Awop-bop-a-loo-mop alop bam boom

I got a girl, named Daisy
She almost drives me crazy
I got a girl, named Daisy
She almost drives me crazy
She knows how to love me
Yes, indeed
Boy, you don't know
What she's doing to me

Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
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Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Awop-bop-a-loo-mop alop bam boom

I got a girl, named Daisy
She almost drives me crazy
I got a girl, named Daisy
She almost drives me crazy
She knows how to love me
Yes, indeed
Boy, you don't know
What she's doing to me

Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
Tutti frutti, all over rootie
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ro per1973

I love this song. Chuck Berry is the Father of Rock and Roll. Little Richard Architect of Rock and Roll.
And Elvis is the king of rock and roll. He actually created a whole new genre - rockabilly, the fusion of blues and country, which then morphed into rock/n/roll, so he created something which influenced millions of people and changed the world forever. Before Elvis teenagers had no power, rock/n/roll caused a revolution and things have never been the same. As John Lennon said: Before Elvis there was nothing.
He didn’t write a song but his sheer raw performing talent, his phrasing of a song and ability to make a song absolutely his were all so extraordinary that someone like Chuck Berry - who was a legend and who wrote all of his own songs - still said that Elvis was ‘the best and the best there ever will be
He became one of the most significant pop culture icons of the 20th century before passing away at the young age of 42.
To this day, he remains the best-selling solo artist of all time, racking up an estimated 600 million to one billion in album sales.
Only singer in music Hall of Fame rock, blues, Gospel, Country.

The influence of Elvis Presley on his fellow singers and musicians is incalculable, and many of them have gone on the record to say so.
“Elvis was God-given, there’s no other explanation.”—Little Richard
“Elvis is the best ever, the most original.” —Jim Morrison
“Elvis Presley possessed genuine rhythm guitar chops” — Johnny Cash
“Nobody can sing blues better than Elvis”. —Jackie Wilson,
"Nobody can sing the gospel better than Elvis" -Mahalia Jackson
“I remember Elvis as a young man hanging around the Sun Studios. Even then, I knew this kid had a tremendous talent. He was a dynamic young boy. I was a tremendous fan, and had Elvis lived, there would have been no end to his inventiveness.”—B.B. King
“Elvis was the king. No doubt about it. People like myself, Mick Jagger and all the others only followed in his footsteps.”—Rod Stewart
“He was a unique artist, an original in an area of imitators.”—Mick Jagger
“That Elvis, man, he is all there is. Everything starts and ends with him.”—Bruce Springsteen
“I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother.”—James Brown

“When I first heard Elvis’ voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss…Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.”—Bob Dylan
“Ask anyone. If it hadn’t been for Elvis, I don’t know where popular music would be. He was the one that started it all off, and he was definitely the start of it for me.”—Elton John
“Elvis Presley is like the ‘Big Bang’ of rock ’n’ roll. It all came from there and what you had in Elvis Presley is a very interesting moment because, really, to be pretentious about it for a minute, you had two cultures colliding there. You had a kind of white, European culture and an African culture coming together—the rhythm, OK,, of black music and the melody chord progressions of white music, just all came together in that kind of spastic dance of his. That was the moment.” —Bono
“I know he didn’t write the songs but there isn’t anybody or act in rock and roll history that was more influential than Elvis” ca.1990 — Dick Clark,
“Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn’t been an Elvis, there wouldn’t have been a Beatles”—John Lennon
“Elvis is the greatest cultural force in the 20th century. He introduced the beat to everything, music, language, clothes, it’s a whole new social revolution – the ’60s comes from it.”—Leonard Bernstein



ro per1973

Chuck Berry is the Father of Rock and Roll. Little Richard Architect of Rock and Roll.
And Elvis is the king of rock and roll. He actually created a whole new genre - rockabilly, the fusion of blues and country, which then morphed into rock/n/roll, so he created something which influenced millions of people and changed the world forever. Before Elvis teenagers had no power, rock/n/roll caused a revolution and things have never been the same. As John Lennon said: Before Elvis there was nothing.
He didn’t write a song but his sheer raw performing talent, his phrasing of a song and ability to make a song absolutely his were all so extraordinary that someone like Chuck Berry - who was a legend and who wrote all of his own songs - still said that Elvis was ‘the best and the best there ever will be
He became one of the most significant pop culture icons of the 20th century before passing away at the young age of 42.
To this day, he remains the best-selling solo artist of all time, racking up an estimated 600 million to one billion in album sales.
Only singer in music Hall of Fame rock, blues, Gospel, Country.

Many great singers, including Chuck Berry, James Brown, Fats Domino, B.B. King, Jackie Wilson, Little Richard, Jim Morrison, Jackie Wilson, Robert Plant, praise Elvis' talent and achievement.
The influence of Elvis Presley on his fellow singers and musicians is incalculable, and many of them have gone on the record to say so.
“Elvis was God-given, there’s no other explanation.”—Little Richard
“Elvis is the best ever, the most original.” —Jim Morrison
“Elvis Presley possessed genuine rhythm guitar chops” — Johnny Cash
“Nobody can sing blues better than Elvis”. —Jackie Wilson,
"Nobody can sing the gospel better than Elvis" -Mahalia Jackson
“I remember Elvis as a young man hanging around the Sun Studios. Even then, I knew this kid had a tremendous talent. He was a dynamic young boy. I was a tremendous fan, and had Elvis lived, there would have been no end to his inventiveness.”—B.B. King
“Elvis was the king. No doubt about it. People like myself, Mick Jagger and all the others only followed in his footsteps.”—Rod Stewart
“He was a unique artist, an original in an area of imitators.”—Mick Jagger
“That Elvis, man, he is all there is. Everything starts and ends with him.”—Bruce Springsteen
“I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother.”—James Brown

“When I first heard Elvis’ voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss…Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.”—Bob Dylan
“Ask anyone. If it hadn’t been for Elvis, I don’t know where popular music would be. He was the one that started it all off, and he was definitely the start of it for me.”—Elton John
“Elvis Presley is like the ‘Big Bang’ of rock ’n’ roll. It all came from there and what you had in Elvis Presley is a very interesting moment because, really, to be pretentious about it for a minute, you had two cultures colliding there. You had a kind of white, European culture and an African culture coming together—the rhythm, OK,, of black music and the melody chord progressions of white music, just all came together in that kind of spastic dance of his. That was the moment.” —Bono
“I know he didn’t write the songs but there isn’t anybody or act in rock and roll history that was more influential than Elvis” ca.1990 — Dick Clark,
“Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn’t been an Elvis, there wouldn’t have been a Beatles”—John Lennon
“Elvis is the greatest cultural force in the 20th century. He introduced the beat to everything, music, language, clothes, it’s a whole new social revolution – the ’60s comes from it.”—Leonard Bernstein



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Vegetaryan

I always thought he was singing "I gotta girl making soup. "

Willem Jack

😂😂😂😂

Jorge Guerrero

Genio del Rock. Grande Elvis

Peter Galloway

Scotty Moore should deserve more recognition for his contribution to this recording

simpledude58

I love Elvis but no one, not even the king can own this like the owner of this piece, Little Richard.

Beast609

@Gabriel Terres Wheres Michael Jackson???

ro per1973

Chuck Berry is the Father of Rock and Roll. Little Richard Architect of Rock and Roll.
And Elvis is the king of rock and roll. He actually created a whole new genre - rockabilly, the fusion of blues and country, which then morphed into rock/n/roll, so he created something which influenced millions of people and changed the world forever. Before Elvis teenagers had no power, rock/n/roll caused a revolution and things have never been the same. As John Lennon said: Before Elvis there was nothing.
He didn’t write a song but his sheer raw performing talent, his phrasing of a song and ability to make a song absolutely his were all so extraordinary that someone like Chuck Berry - who was a legend and who wrote all of his own songs - still said that Elvis was ‘the best and the best there ever will be
He became one of the most significant pop culture icons of the 20th century before passing away at the young age of 42.
To this day, he remains the best-selling solo artist of all time, racking up an estimated 600 million to one billion in album sales.
Only singer in music Hall of Fame rock, blues, Gospel, Country.

The influence of Elvis Presley on his fellow singers and musicians is incalculable, and many of them have gone on the record to say so.
“Elvis was God-given, there’s no other explanation.”—Little Richard
“Elvis is the best ever, the most original.” —Jim Morrison
“Elvis Presley possessed genuine rhythm guitar chops” — Johnny Cash
“Nobody can sing blues better than Elvis”. —Jackie Wilson,
"Nobody can sing the gospel better than Elvis" -Mahalia Jackson
“I remember Elvis as a young man hanging around the Sun Studios. Even then, I knew this kid had a tremendous talent. He was a dynamic young boy. I was a tremendous fan, and had Elvis lived, there would have been no end to his inventiveness.”—B.B. King
“Elvis was the king. No doubt about it. People like myself, Mick Jagger and all the others only followed in his footsteps.”—Rod Stewart
“He was a unique artist, an original in an area of imitators.”—Mick Jagger
“That Elvis, man, he is all there is. Everything starts and ends with him.”—Bruce Springsteen
“I wasn’t just a fan, I was his brother. He said I was good and I said he was good; we never argued about that. Elvis was a hard worker, dedicated, and God loved him. I love him and hope to see him in heaven. There’ll never be another like that soul brother.”—James Brown

“When I first heard Elvis’ voice, I just knew that I wasn’t going to work for anybody; and nobody was going to be my boss…Hearing him for the first time was like busting out of jail.”—Bob Dylan
“Ask anyone. If it hadn’t been for Elvis, I don’t know where popular music would be. He was the one that started it all off, and he was definitely the start of it for me.”—Elton John
“Elvis Presley is like the ‘Big Bang’ of rock ’n’ roll. It all came from there and what you had in Elvis Presley is a very interesting moment because, really, to be pretentious about it for a minute, you had two cultures colliding there. You had a kind of white, European culture and an African culture coming together—the rhythm, OK,, of black music and the melody chord progressions of white music, just all came together in that kind of spastic dance of his. That was the moment.” —Bono
“I know he didn’t write the songs but there isn’t anybody or act in rock and roll history that was more influential than Elvis” ca.1990 — Dick Clark,
“Nothing really affected me until I heard Elvis. If there hadn’t been an Elvis, there wouldn’t have been a Beatles”—John Lennon
“Elvis is the greatest cultural force in the 20th century. He introduced the beat to everything, music, language, clothes, it’s a whole new social revolution – the ’60s comes from it.”—Leonard Bernstein

kamasata

@nxipe totally bullshit. dunno if ur dumb to think ur opinion could even be true.

Derrick Luv Gaming

@nxipehe made it trash o

BTDUBS

@Marcos Hernandez Cazan Freddie def put a really good spin on it... but nothing will match the original. I really like Freddie’s version too

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