See My Baby Jive

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"See My Baby Jive" is a song by the British glam rock band Wizzard. Written and produced by Roy Wood, "See My Baby Jive" was the second single by Wood's band and their first to reach number one in the UK Singles Chart, spending four weeks at the top of the chart during May and June 1973. It also reached number one in the Irish IRMA chart and number 5 in the German official singles chart. The song was a #12 hit nationally in Australia, reaching even higher in some regional charts . The single's label stated 'Vocal Backing - The Suedettes'. It was the sixth best selling UK single in 1973. ABBA later acknowledged its influence on their first major international hit "Waterloo" the following year. A cover version by Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids was released in 1977. 


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1998
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Look out! look out! your Momma will shout 
You might as well go home 
She said my bed get's into your hair 
So give me back my comb 
But you 
You make things that get along 
Turn out so wrong 
Doo ron, doo ron 
You'd better rock on 
The band might play our song 

See my baby jive 
See my baby jive 
She hangs onto me and she really goes 
Whoa (whoa) whoa
See my baby jive 
Such a lazy jive 
Well every one you meet coming down the street 
Just to see my baby jive 

That tenor horn is turning me on 
He's dropped down to his knees 
Oh boy that sax is calling me back 
This dog ain't got no fleas 
But you 
You dance all the guys up town 
Into the ground 
Doo ron, doo ron 
You gotta rock on 
Your Daddy ain't coming home 

See my baby jive 
See my baby jive 
She hangs on to me and she really goes
Whoa (whoa) whoa
See my baby jive 
Such a lazy jive 
Well every one you meet coming down the street 
Just to see my baby jive

Too bad,So long,it's driving me mad
The top down on my car
I don't suppose that everyone knows
exactly who you are
but you
You make things that get along
turn out so wrong
Doo ron, doo ron 
You gotta rock on
The band might play our song

See my baby jive 
See my baby jive 
She hangs onto me and she really goes 
Whoa (whoa) whoa
See my baby jive 
Such a lazy jive 
Every one you meet coming down the street 
Just to see my baby jive
Whoa See my baby jive
She hangs onto me and she really goes 
Whoa (whoa) whoa
See my baby jive 
Such a lazy jive 
Every one you meet coming down the street
Just to see my baby jive
See my baby jive

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Roy Wood

Roy Wood (born 8 November 1946) is an English singer-songwriter and musician. He was particularly successful in the 1960s and 1970s as member and co-founder of the bands The Move, Electric Light Orchestra, and Wizzard. As a songwriter, he contributed a number of hits to the repertoire of these bands. more »

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