Susie Q

Album: Oh Suzy-Q: The Best of Dale Hawkins (1956)
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  • Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q
    I love you my Susie Q

    I like the way you walk
    I like the way you talk
    I like the way you walk
    I like the way you talk my Susie Q

    Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q baby I love you
    My Susie Q

    You say that you'll be true
    You say that you'll be true
    You say that you'll be true
    And never leave me blue my Susie Q

    Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q
    Oh Susie Q I love you my Susie Q Writer/s: Dale Hawkins, Eleanor Broadwater, Stanley J. Lewis
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn August 6, 1957, Dale Hawkins performed "Susie-Q" on the Dick Clark ABC-TV weekday-afternoon program 'American Bandstand'...
    At the time the song was at #7* on Billboard's Most Played by R&B Jockeys chart...
    In June it peaked at #27 on Billboard's Best Seller in Stores chart and #29 on the Top 100 chart...
    On the same 'Bandstand' show Don Rondo performed "White Silver Sands", it was at #10 at the time, while Elvis' "Teddy Bear" was in it's sixth of seven weeks at #1...
    *According to Billboard "Susie-Q" was tied at #7 with two other records, "Long Lonely Nights" by Clyde McPhatter and "Whispering Bells" by the Del-Vikings.
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