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Tweedlee Dee – Elvis Presley

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Tweedle Dee” is a novelty song written and recorded by Winfield Scott in 1954. Elvis Presley recorded his version of the song on January 15, 1955, at the Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport, Louisiana. It was released as a single on February 28, 1955, backed with “Baby, Let’s Play House.”

The song is a lighthearted, upbeat love song, with a simple melody and catchy lyrics. Elvis’s version of the song is characterized by his energetic vocals and playful delivery. He also added his own signature touch to the song with his signature “ah-hoos” and “wop-bops.”

Tweedle Dee” was a commercial success for Elvis, reaching number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also became a popular concert staple for him, and he continued to perform it live throughout his career.

The song has been covered by many other artists over the years, including Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis. It has also been featured in several films and television shows, including “Forrest Gump” and “Happy Days.”

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Here are the lyrics of the song: Tweedlee Dee – Elvis Presley

Tweedle tweedle tweedle deeI’m as happy as can beJimminy cricket, jimminy jackYou make my heart go clickety-clackTweedle tweedle tweedle dee
Tweedle dumb, tweedle doGive it up give it upGive your love to meTweedle do, tweedle dee
Tweedle tweedle tweedle deeI’m a lucky so-and-soMercy, mercy, who needs you?I’m gonna keep my eyes on youTweedle tweedle tweedle deeOh, tweedle dee, tweedle do


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