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  1. item 4 Larry Williams Very Best Of 2-CD NEW SEALED Short Fat Fannie/Dizzy, Miss Lizzy+ - Larry Williams Very Best Of 2-CD NEW SEALED Short Fat Fannie/Dizzy, Miss Lizzy+ £ + £ postage.
  2. In the #72 song in the charts was Short Fat Fannie by Larry Williams. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic Pop song now.
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  5. Short Fat Fannie Lyrics: I was slippin and slidin with a long tall Sally / Peekin' and a hidin',duck back in the alley / Don't wanna rip it up,don't wanna dance with Annie / I've got a brand new.
  6. This item: The Rock 'N' Roll Era: by Various Artists Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. No.1 Hits of the Fifties Original Chart Toppers VARIOUS ARTISTS Sue -- Buddy Holly School Day -- Chuck Berry Young Blood -- The Coasters Party Doll -- Buddy Know Short Fat Fannie -- Larry Williams Could /5(19).
  7. Short Fat Fannie:Larry Williams. #2 on R&B charts and #5 on Rock charts in INTRO: (Singer whistling) C F C7 #1.F I was slippin' and a slidin' with Long Tall Sally, C Peepin' and a-hidin' duckin' back in the alley.F Don't wanna Rip It Up, don't wanna dance with Annie, D G7 I got a brand new lover named Short Fat Fannie. #2. C One day while I was busy in the Heartbreak Hotel.
  8. 40 Funky Hits, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on TeeVee (catalog no. TA ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Rock.
  9. A rough, rowdy rock & roll singer, Larry Williams had several hits in the late '50s, several of which -- "Bony Maroney," "Dizzy, Miss Lizzy," "Short Fat Fannie," "Bad Boy," "She Said Yeah" -- became genuine rock & roll classics and were recorded by British Invasion groups; John Lennon, in particular, was a fan of Williams, recording several of his songs over the course of his career.

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