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David Dante: Speedy Gonzales | Song-Factsheet

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Song «Speedy Gonzales» von David Dante.

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Veröffentlichungsdaten: 1961 02 15 (Single)
Label: RCA Victor
Songwriter David Hess & Buddy Kaye & Ethel Lee
Produktion: Richard Wolfe
Genre: Pop - Teenpop

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Die Lyrics entstammen der Coverversion von Pat Boone.

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David Dante
David Hess
Buddy Kaye
Ethel Lee
Richard Wolfe

Lyrics

It was a moonlit night in Old Mexico I walked alone between some old adobe haciendas Suddenly, I heard the plaintive cry of a young Mexican girl: La la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la La la la la You better come home Speedy Gonzales Away from tannery row Stop all of your drinking With that floozy named Flo! Come on home to your adobe And slap some mud on the wall! The roof is leaking like a strainer There's loads of roaches in the Hall (La la la la) Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales) Why don't you come home? Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales) How come you leave me all alone? "He, Rosita, I have to go shopping downtown for my mother She needs some Tortillias and Chilli Pepper!" La, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la La la Your doggie's gonna have a puppy And we're running out of Coke No enchiladas in the icebox And the television's broke I saw some lipstick on your sweatshirt I smell some perfume in your ear Well, if you're gonna keep on messin' Don't bring your business back a-here (La la la la) Mmm, Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales) Why don't you come home? Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales) How come you leave me all alone? "He, Rosita, come quick! Down at the cantina They're giving green stamps with Tequila!" La, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la La la La la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la La la la la la SPOKEN: It was a moonlit night in old Mexico....