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Little Bitty Pretty One - Bobby Day

Little Bitty Pretty One

Rockin' Robin
oldies 50s doo wop Rock and Roll rock n roll


Little Bitty Pretty One is a popular Bobby Day tune, almost as popular as the early rock anthem Rockin' Robin. It was high up on the charts after its release in 1957, but fell out of style as music continued, until 1984, when Stephen King's bestseller Christine hit the theatres, using the tune as part of the music played by Christine, a possessed/sadistic 1958 Plymouth Fury II. Now, as movies are being made and set in the late 50s, Little Bitty Pretty One is becoming a bit more well known.


Robert James Byrd, Sr. (born July 1, 1928 in Fort Worth, Texas; died July 27, 1990 in Los Angeles, California) was an early African American Rock & Roll and R&B singer-songwriter. As a member of the group The Hollywood Flames he used the stage name Bobby Day to perform and record. He went several years with minor musical success limited to the West Coast, including being the original Bob in the duo Bob & Earl. Day is most remembered for his 1958 recording of the hit song Rockin' Robin Show more ...

Little Bitty Pretty One - Bobby Day

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Little bitty pretty one
Come on and talk to me
Lovey dovey lovely one
Come, sit down on my knee

Oh, oh, oh, oh...

Tell you a story
Happened long time ago
Little bitty pretty one
Been watching you grow

Whoa, oh, whoa, oh...

Little bitty pretty one
Come on and talk to me
Lovey dovey lovely one
Come, sit down on my knee

Hmm mmm mmm...



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