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"Dizzy Miss Lizzie" is a song composed and sung by Larry Williams in 1958. It shares many similarities with the Little Richard song Good Golly Miss Molly.

The song has been covered many times, including — most famously — by the Beatles. However on releases from The Beatles, the song was misspelled Dizzy Miss Lizzy.

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  • Avatar for cannonbeach
    Wow I like this.
  • Avatar for jackzipper14
    You have missed sooooooo much catgus. No Beatles?
  • Avatar for catgus
    Bought the 45 back in the day,still sounds as good as ever!...never bought a Beatles record and never will,but I did enjoy Lennon belting out this one at Cavern lunchtime sessions....just 5 minutes walk from the office,where I worked!
  • Avatar for Roy1968Wood
    The Beatles covered a few of Larry Williams' songs: this one and Bad Boy. George Harrison copied the guitar solo note for note out of reverence.
  • Avatar for wolfy76484
    Didn't George Harrison pinch that lick for one of their numbers?
  • Avatar for Bolters
    What an era that was ,! All the talent was there !!! Dont think its been THAT way since!
  • Avatar for btnybay
    love him and bonie moroney short fat fannie yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Avatar for catgus
    Been listening to this for 54 years and it sounds as good as,better!
  • Avatar for PattySauce
    Great voice
  • Avatar for Funky_Nickie
    Amazing voice!

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