History Music / JerryLeeLewis

11th Nov '16 11:22:21 AM BugsFan17
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->''I chew my nails and I twiddle my thumbs''
->''I'm real nervous, but it sure is fun!''
->''C'mon baby, you drive me crazy''
->''[[MemeticMutation Goodness gracious,]] [[TitleDrop great balls of fire!]]''
-->--[[SignatureSong "Great Balls of Fire"]]
6th Sep '16 8:05:40 AM BDA1978
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* LargeHam: Oh God yes....
1st Feb '16 4:39:40 PM MarkLungo
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jerry_lee_lewis.jpg]]



He has had his own {{Biopic}} and appeared in [[WalkTheLine others]].

Has no relation with the comedian Creator/JerryLewis.

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He has had his own {{Biopic}} and appeared in [[WalkTheLine [[Film/WalkTheLine others]].

Has no relation with to the comedian Creator/JerryLewis.



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27th Sep '15 9:36:29 AM megarotic
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* CatchPhrase:
** "Think about it, darlin'"
** "When you're good, you're good!" (in conversation, not in song)



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In his 1980 song "Rockin' My Life Away", which was actually a fairly prominent country hit, he somehow manages to slip in "mother-humpin'" in the middle of one of the last verses.
* IAmSong: Quite a few, beginning in the fifties with "Lewis Boogie". Also, "Rockin' My Life Away", "Boogie Woogie Country Man", "Honky Tonk Rock 'N' Roll Piano Man".



* LyricalTic: He would often substitute the word "me" in lyrics with "Jerry Lee", i.e. "If you see Corrina, send her on home to Jerry Lee..."
* OdeToIntoxication: "Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee O-dee"



* CatchPhrase:
** "Think about it, darlin'"
** "When you're good, you're good!" (in conversation, not in song)
* LyricalTic: He would often substitute the word "me" in lyrics with "Jerry Lee", i.e. "If you see Corrina, send her on home to Jerry Lee..."



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In his 1980 song "Rockin' My Life Away", which was actually a fairly prominent country hit, he somehow manages to slip in "mother-humpin'" in the middle of one of the last verses.
* IAmSong: Quite a few, beginning in the fifties with "Lewis Boogie". Also, "Rockin' My Life Away", "Boogie Woogie Country Man", "Honky Tonk Rock 'N' Roll Piano Man".



* OdeToIntoxication: "Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee O-dee"

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* OdeToIntoxication: "Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee O-dee"
19th Aug '15 10:35:41 AM greggers
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* OdeToIntoxication: "Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee O-dee"
19th Aug '15 10:33:02 AM greggers
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* SuperGroup: The Million Dollar Freaking Quartet!, plus he made two albums with fellow ex Sun Records artists: ''Survivors'', with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and ''Class of 55'', with Cash, Perkins and Roy Orbison.

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* SuperGroup: The Million Dollar Freaking Quartet!, plus he made two albums with fellow ex Sun Records artists: alumni: ''Survivors'', with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and ''Class of 55'', with Cash, Perkins and Roy Orbison.
19th Aug '15 10:31:01 AM greggers
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* SuperGroup: The Million Dollar Freaking Quartet!, plus he made two albums with fellow ex Sun Records artists: Survivors, with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and Class of 55, with Cash, Perkins and Roy Orbison.

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* SuperGroup: The Million Dollar Freaking Quartet!, plus he made two albums with fellow ex Sun Records artists: Survivors, ''Survivors'', with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and Class ''Class of 55, 55'', with Cash, Perkins and Roy Orbison.
19th Aug '15 10:30:14 AM greggers
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* SuperGroup: The Million Dollar Freaking Quartet!, plus he made two albums with fellow ex Sun Records artists: Survivors, with Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and Class of 55, with Cash, Perkins and Roy Orbison.
19th Aug '15 8:47:33 AM greggers
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\n* IAmSong: Quite a few, beginning in the fifties with "Lewis Boogie". Also, "Rockin' My Life Away", "Boogie Woogie Country Man", "Honky Tonk Rock 'N' Roll Piano Man".
19th Aug '15 8:40:34 AM greggers
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In his 1980 song "Rockin' My Life Away", which was actually a fairly prominent country hit, he somehow manages to slip in "mother-humpin'" in the middle of one of the last verses.

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