Buzz Buzz a Diddle It
Freddy Cannon Lyrics


Well, I was rolling down the highway
To see my baby, Ruth
Car broke down, tire blew out
Found a telephone booth

I tried to call my honey
What was the sound I had to hear
(Buzz buzz a diddle it) in my ear
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
It's some endless yakking hound dog
Hawking and sweet talking to my dear
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)

Central seven, who's on that line
Break through to my baby
Three-o-nine-three-nine
Oh, S.O.S., sweet mama
Switch me to heaven
Get me through
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)

Telephone operator
My loving future hangs on you
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)

Hang on

Central seven, who's on that line
Break through to my baby
Three-o-nine-three-nine
Oh, S.O.S., sweet mama
Switch me to heaven
Get me through
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)

Telephone operator
My loving future hangs on you
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)

Come on, honey
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
Get my baby
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)
Come on, sugar
(Buzz buzz a diddle it)...

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Comments from YouTube:

Harry Hopworthy

Freddy Cannon's best ever song. Without a doubt. Listen to it with a good quality set of headphones. Just enjoy the fantastic driving beat. Brilliant.

Lennart Sjöström

I had this song on a singel once. Out played it totally. A bit of Bo Diddley sound. Nice to have it here on Youtube.

Dale Porter

Really cool Rod footage.I love this song and just found an original copy on the Swan label the other day.Freddy Cannon Rocks!.

justpassinggeoff

Cannot wait for him to regain his strength and to continue rocking. Get well real soon my friend. Rockin' Lord Geoff

Jean Beavers

Classic track love it

Tom Benton

What A Rockin Song !! Loved It Since I First Heard It In '61 !! Great Video Too !!!

MrSerbilly

Thanks Tom!

Curtis Bishop

probably the only record where a rock banjo was used to produce a unique sound.

MattHatter

Have you ever heard of a band called The Monks? Oh yeah.

Sands of time

Check-out Mongo Jerry's song "Mighty Mighty man" I think that's what you looking for.

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