Hot Patootie
Richard O'Brien Lyrics


What ever happened to Saturday night?
When you Left your job and felt alright?
[It] Don't seem the same since cosmic light
Came into my life, I thought I was divine

I used to go for a ride with a chick who'd go
And listen to the music on the radio
A saxophone was blowin' on a rock-n-roll show
You climbed in the back seat
You really had a good time

Hot Patootie, bless my soul
I really love that rock-n-roll '4

My it head used to swim from the perfume I smelled
My hands kind of fumbled with her white plastic belt
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick and that when I'd melt
She'd whisper in my ear, tonight she really was mine

Get back infront and put some hair oil on
Buddy Holly was singin' his very last song
With your arms around your girl, you'd try and sing along
You felt pretty good (woo!)
You really had a good time

Hot Patootie, bless my soul
I really love that rock-n-roll '4

Hot Patootie (Hot Patootie, bless my soul)
Bless my soul (I really love that rock-n-roll) '8

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

DieLotti

Whatever happened to saturday night
When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright
It don't seem the same since the cosmic light
Came into my life and I thought I was divine
I used to go for a ride with a chick who'd go
And listen to the music on the radio
A saxophone was blowing on a rock'n'roll show
And you climbed in the back and you reallyhad a good time
:
Hot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'roll
(Eddie):
My head used to swim from the perfume I smelt
My hands kind of fumbled with her white
plastic belt
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick and that's
when I'd melt
And she whispered in my ear tonight she
really was mine
Get back in front and put some hair oil on
Buddy Holly was singing his very last song
With your arm around your girl you'd try
to sing along
You felt pretty good 'cause you'd reallyhad a good time
:
Hot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'rollHot Patootie bless my soul
I really love that rock'n'roll



All comments from YouTube:

MooseBoy

It's actually pretty amazing what is accomplished in this 3 1/2-minute number- Eddie has to: 1) convey his ENTIRE backstory with Columbia & Frank; 2) flirt with every principal actor; 3) play the sax; 4) ride a motorcycle; 5) get a quick hump session in; 6) Die; all while 7) singing a kick-ass 50s style rock song. Kudos to Meat Loaf and the Director for pulling this off.

To Meme or Not To Meme

@caibhach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgGtWJBUXX4 this one should work

caibhach

@To Meme or Not To Meme thanks for the link but, it shows up as "this video is private".

Albert Andrews

best scene in the movie, topping Time Warp!

John Ferguson

@SylviaisGod That's why "Eddie" is looking away from the camera when riding up the ramp. At the time, ML didn't know how to ride a motorcycle. (Especially that antique.)

Joshua Reynolds

This might be one of the best comments I've ever read about anything ever.

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JimmySteller

I like to joke that the real reason Frankenfurter killed Eddie was because Eddie is played by the only person in the movie who's a better singer than Tim Curry.

Adrianna Welch

@Gus Svara exact-effing-ly

megamike15

eddie also interrupted his song.

Dennis Burton

@Deja Voodu My fav Meatloaf song is Life's a lemon & I want my money baaaaccckkk!!!!In his live concerts he puts everything into it.Is the song about Capitalism?

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