Walkin' My Baby Back Home" is a popular song written in 1930 by Roy Turk (lyrics) and Fred E. Ahlert (music). It first charted in 1931 with versions by Nick Lucas ( Ted Weems (also The Charleston Chasers ( and Lee Morse (.
Roy Newman and His Boys recorded a song with the same title in 1938. Perkins recorded his song with the same title with similar music but an updated arrangement in 1956 for Sun Records. The Perkins song was featured on the 1957 Sun LP Dance Album of Carl Perkins, which was also released in the UK on London. The album was later re-released as Teen Beat: The Best of Carl Perkins. Perkins' recording was subsequently covered by the Beatles in 1964. The recording was re-released on the 1961 Sun Records album Teen Beat: The Best of Carl Perkins, Carl Perkins' Original Golden Hits by Sun International in 1969, Original Sun Greatest Hits by Rhino Records in 1986, Blues Suede Shoes: A Rockabilly Session, and on a Rhino Records CD EP Lil' Bit of Gold in 1988. The Beatles' version. Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby". Label of Greek 7-inch single.
The night we met I knew I needed you so And if I had the chance I'd never let you go So won't you say you love me I'll make you so proud of me We'll make 'em turn their heads every place we go. So won't you, please (Be my, be my baby) Be my little baby (My one and only baby) Say you'll be my darlin' (Be my, be my baby) Be my baby now Wha-oh-oh-oh
From the album: "Carlos der Eisbär hat den Blues".
|Go Your Way|
|none||Annette & Roy*||My Baby / Go Your Way (7", Single)||ND Records||none||Jamaica||1963|
|JB.107||Roy & Annette||My Baby / Go Your Ways (7")||R&B||JB.107||UK||1963|