Be My Guest
Fats Domino Lyrics


Come on baby and be my guest
Come join the party and meet the rest
Everything is gonna be all right
So be my guest tonight

We're gonna dance to the rock 'n' roll
We're gonna even do the stroll
We're gonna Lindy Hop and Suzy Q
It's a special party just for you
My, my-oh-mine, gee, you're so fine
Don't let me down
I'm the king but you can wear my crown
I'm gonna sing, my band gonna play
I'm gonna make you queen for a day
Everything is gonna be all right
So be my guest tonight

My, my-oh-mine, gee, you're so fine
Don't let me down
I'm the king but you can wear my crown
I'm gonna sing, my band gonna play
I'm gonna make you queen for a day
Everything is gonna be all right
So be my guest tonight

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Written by: ANTOINE DOMINO, JOHN MARASCALCO, TOMMY BOYCE

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Comments from YouTube:

Willem Schell

I'm 79 of years now and i love Fats since i was about 10 years. I bought his singles by selling other singles to gather money. Afterwards i hurried home to put the new single on the turntable and i was so glad............Wish all friends of Fats the best and remain healthy!!!!!

johnny b

Once music gets a hold of you it never lets go!

Vincent Spiteri

Bought my first Fats Domino record in 1956 and, I'm still playing Fats after all these years
Vince

Howard Clark

My first was Whole Lotta Lovin' in 1958 - I was ten

Hinks

RIP Fats, your legacy will live on forever!

David Walsh

The true king of rock n roll music. An inspirational singer. Fats Domino is a very special performer. A legend.

Larry Appleton

After World War II, Jamaicans purchased radios in increasing numbers and were able to hear rhythm and blues music from Southern United States cities such as New Orleans by artists such as Fats Domino and Louis Jordan. Domino's rhythm, accentuating the offbeat as in the song "Be My Guest", was a particular influence. The stationing of American military forces during and after the war meant that Jamaicans could listen to military broadcasts of American music, and there was a constant influx of records from the US. To meet the demand for that music, entrepreneurs such as Prince Buster, Coxsone Dodd, and Duke Reid formed sound systems. From Wikipedia.

Paul Mason

Ska came partly from Jamaican performers copying the distortion to radio broadcasts from the southern USA states. A great record from the REAL joint King of Rock and Roll along with Chuck Berry. Rest in glorious sound!

E M

thank you, Cozeen!

John Whyte

It is also significant that, listening to short wave radio the beat ended up out of phase. Hence the fact that Ska accentuates the off beat, giving it and its derivatives their signature sound.

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