1950's song lyrics

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When the chimes ring five, six and seven, we'll be right in seventh heaven.
Well-a, bless my soul what's-a wrong with me? I'm itchin' like a man on a fuzzy tree.
Though we're apart, I will love you still, cause you were my thrill.
Well my mom and papa told me 'Son you gotta make some money!'
Hey mama don't you treat me wrong, come and love your daddy all night long!
You said you love me but you can't come in, come back tomorrow night and try it again! AAAAAAA!
We got chicken in the barn-Who's barn? What barn? My Barn!'
'Cause they'll be rockin' on Bandstand in Philadelphia P.A.
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All of my love, all of my kissin', you don't know what you been a-missin.
Give him a lonely heart, like Pagliacci... and lots of wavy hair like Liberace!
I walk forty-seven miles of barbed wire, used a cobra snake for a necktie.
I don't need no tutti fruitti, no lollipop, c'mon baby just rock, rock, rock!
I can make you mine, taste your lips of wine.
Aww, baby that's a-what I like!
It's a one for the money, two for the show, three to get ready now, go cat go!
You're gonna need an ocean of calamine lotion!

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