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Published on Aug 19, 2010

My gal is Red Hot (Your gal ain't doodly-squat) Yeah, my gal is red hot (Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Well, she ain't got no money
But man, she's a-really got a lot

Well, I got a gal, six feet four
Sleeps in the kitchen with her feet out the door, but...
My gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Yeah, my gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Well, she ain't got no money
But man, she's a-really got a lot

Well, she walks all night, talks all day
She's the kinda woman who'll have her way, but...
My gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Yeah, my gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Well, she ain't got no money
But man, she's a-really got a lot

Well, she's the kinda woman who louds around
Spreadin' my business all over town, but...
My gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Yeah, my gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Well, she ain't got no money
But man, she's a-really got a lot

Well, she's a one man's woman, that's what I like
But I wish she wasn't gonna change her mind everynight, but...
My gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Yeah, my gal is red hot
(Your gal ain't doodly-squat)
Well, she ain't got no money
But man, she's a-really got a lot ------- Composed & Performed By: Billy "The Kid" Emerson - 1954 William Robert Emerson, known during his recording career as Billy "The Kid" Emerson and more recently as Rev. William R. Emerson(born December 21, 1929, Tarpon Springs, Florida, United States), is an African American preacher and former R&B and rock and roll singer and songwriter, best known for his 1954 song, "Red Hot Born in Florida, Emerson learned the piano, playing in various local bands. In 1943, he joined the United States Navy, and after World War II he began playing around Tarpon Springs, and following a spell in one group, dressed as outlaws, he picked up the nickname, "Billy The Kid".

----- Billy Lee Riley,
Born October 5, 1933(1933-10-05)
Origin Pocahontas, Arkansas, U.S.
Died August 2, 2009
Jonesboro, Arkansas, U.S.
Genres Rock, rockabilly, blues, country blues
Occupations Musician, singer, record producer, songwriter
Instruments Guitar, harmonica
Born in Pocahontas, Arkansas, the son of a sharecropper, Riley learned to play guitar from black farm workers. After 4 years in the Army, Riley first recorded in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955 before being lured to Sun Studios by Sam Phillips. He recorded "Trouble Bound" for Jack Clement and Slim Wallace. Sam Phillips obtained the rights and he released "Trouble Bound" b/w "Rock With Me Baby" on September 1, 1956 (Sun 245). His first hit was "Flyin' Saucers Rock and Roll" b/w "I Want You Baby" released February 23, 1957 (Sun 260) with backing piano by Jerry Lee Lewis, after which he recorded "Red Hot" b/w "Pearly Lee" released September 30, 1957 (Sun 277).
------ Link Wray
Birth name Frederick Lincoln Wray
Born May 2, 1929(1929-05-02)
Dunn, North Carolina, United States
Died November 5, 2005 Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres Rock and roll, rockabilly, roots rock, country, instrumental rock, surf rock
Occupations Musician, songwriter
Instruments Guitar
Years active 1956--2005

Frederick Lincoln "Link" Wray Jr (May 2, 1929 -- November 5, 2005) was an American rock and roll guitarist, songwriter and occasional singer. ----- Robert Gordon Robert Gordon (born March 29, 1947) is an American rockabilly musician. Performing on the guitar and adding his own vocals, Gordon rose to fame performing in several genres including alternative rock, punk rock, and rock and roll. He also gained some celebrity in minor acting roles Robert Gordon grew up in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of the nation's capitol of Washington, D.C.. At the age of nine (1956) he attempt a career as a Rock & Roll musician at that young age. His influences included Gene Vincent, Jack Scott, Billy Lee Riley, Eddie Cochran and other notable rock 'n roll music artists of the period. He made his recording debut at age 17 in 1964 with a group called the Confidentials. The Confidentials, with Robert (called Bob at the time) as main singer recorded hit songs including, "Summertime", "Money", and "There is something on your mind". These rare tracks were not released until 2004 on a 40th Anniversary Celebration

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