Speedy Gonzales" is a 1961 David Dante alias David Hess song (RCA 8056) about Speedy Gonzales, "the fastest mouse in all Mexico". It was written by Buddy Kaye, Ethel Lee and David Hess. The David Dante original briefly entered the US Music Vendor chart in April 1961. The song was popularised in the United States as a 1962 single by Pat Boone.
You better come home Speedy Gonzales, away from tannery row. Stop all of your drinking with that floosie named Flo! Come on home to your adobe and slap some mud on the wall! The roof is leaking like a strainer. There's loads of roaches in the hall. La la la la) Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales), why don't you come home? Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales), how come you leave me all alone? "He, Rosita, I have to go shopping downtown for my mother, she needs some Tortillias and Chilli Pepper!" Your doggie's gonna have a puppy, and we're running out of Coke.
Watch the video for Speedy Gonzales from Pat Boone's 16 Golden Classics for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Charles Eugene Patrick Boone (known as Pat Boone) (born June 1, 1934) is a singer whose smooth style made him a popular performer of the 1950s. His cover versions of African-American rhythm and blues hits had a noticeable effect on the development of the broad popularity of rock and roll. Born in Jacksonville, Florida, USA, Boone is a direct descendant of the American pioneer Daniel Boone.
Speedy Gonzales (Speedy Gonzales) How come you leave me all alone? "He, Rosita, come quick! Down at the cantina They're giving green stamps with Tequila!" La, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la La la La la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la la la la la la, la la la La la la la la. SPOKEN: It was a moonlit night in old Mexico. About Speedy Gonzales. Pat Boone’s 1962 hit (reached no. 6 on the charts) was not the original recording – this was by David Dante in 1961, which went nowhere
Album: Pat Boone's Greatest Hits (1962). Charted: 2 6. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Speedy Gonzales is a cartoon character - the fastest mouse in Mexico - who first appeared in 1953. The Boone record includes the voice of Speedy, Mel Blanc (1908-89), whose voice appears in the cartoon also, and who was renowned for voicing comic animation characters
Album: The Gold Collection, 2004. It is quite true - in fact, obvious on the surface - that the vast majority of dramatic shows and comedies, as well, advocate a liberal and humanistic and relativistic lifestyle and concept.
|A2||That's For Me|
|B1||Quando, Quando, Quando|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: NCB
|RE 3048||Pat Boone||Speedy Gonzales (7", EP)||London Records||RE 3048||Germany||1962|
|DEP 658||Pat Boone||Speedy Gonzales (7", EP)||Dot Records||DEP 658||Denmark||1962|