Not to be confused with the Louis Jordan standard of the same name
, "Let the Good Times Roll" is a rock & roll duet written by Shirley Goodman and Leonard Lee, school friends from New Orleans who tried their luck as a duo in the '50s. This was their third and most popular single, charting at #20 on the pop chart and #1 on the R&B chart. The song has them looking forward to a fun night, with Lee coaxing "let me thrill your soul" and Shirley cooing "feels so good when you're home. Come on baby, rock me all night long."