Shakin’

Jim, the host of this post, asked me to reblog this today, as he is unavailable and had to post it early yesterday.

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This Eddie Money song was recorded on his Platinum-certified album No Control, which was released in 1982.  It was co-written by Eddie Money, Elizabeth Myers a composer who usually worked on commercials, and his bass player Ralph Carter, and it was released as a single, reaching #63 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #9 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks.  It’s possible that this song could have placed higher than #63 if he had removed a word that was forbidden from the airwaves, but he decided to slip in the line, “Her tits were shakin’”.  Eddie Money sings about a wild night with a reckless gal named Rosanna.  She takes him for a ride in her daddy’s car, blows out the speakers and gets high.  Later on, she treats him to a strip tease, well she took her coat off.  The whole time, there’s plenty of shakin’ going on…

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  1. badfinger20 says:

    I like Eddie Money… he had some cool songs. This one is ok… I really like the one he did with Ronnie Spector

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    1. msjadeli says:

      Take Me Home Tonight. I used to do aerobics to that one. It’s a great song to exercise to.

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      1. badfinger20 says:

        I love Ronnies voice and her of course

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  2. rivrvlogr says:

    This has one of my favorite song lyrics…

    “I’m always talkin’ baby, talkin’ too much”

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