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Song Released: 1955


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Oh, baby, baby, baby, baby, baby
Baby, baby baby, b-b-baby baby, baby
Baby baby baby
Come back, baby, I wanna play house with you

Well, you may go to college
You may go to school
You may have a pink Cadillac
But don't you be nobody's...

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    "Baby, Let's Play House" is a song written by Arthur Gunter and recorded by him in 1954 on the Excello Records label,[1] and covered by Elvis Presley the following year on Sun Records.[2] It was the fourth issue of a Presley record by Sun,[3] and became the first song recorded by Elvis to appear on a national chart, when it made #5 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in July 1955.[4]
    Presley's version differs greatly from the original: Elvis started the song with the chorus, where Gunter began with the first verse, and he replaced Gunter's line "You may get religion" with the words "You may have a Pink Cadillac", referring to his custom-painted 1955 Cadillac auto that had been serving as the band's transportation at the time.




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