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Frankie Avalon - Why / Dede Dinah flac album
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Why / Dede Dinah
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Lyricist:Peter Deangelis, Robert Marcucci. I love my Dinah (Dede Dinah) Love my Dinah (Dede Dinah). There ain't no girl that is fine, ah Than my rockin', rollin' Dinah Dede Dinah, Dede Dinah. Love to squeeze 'er (Dede Dinah) Love to tease 'er (Dede Dinah). No one else can have my Dinah 'Cause my Dinah is a mine, ah Pretty Dinah, pretty Dinah. Oh, that's my Dinah Find more lyrics at ※ Mojim. com (Dede Dinah) My own Dinah (Dede Dinah). There's no girl I know can beat 'er When it comes to bein' sweeter than my Dinah Dede Dinah. Bony Maronie, Peggy Sue Ain't got that love so very tru-ue But, with my Dinah, I sure knew There's nothing for me she wouldn't do Do, do, do, do. Oh, that's my Dinah (Dede Dinah) My own Dinah (Dede Dinah).

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Matrix, Runout (Side A, Etched): Eric E-1891. Matrix, Runout (Side B, Etched): Eric E-1892. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

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DeDe Dinah" is a song written by Peter De Angelis and Bob Marcucci and performed by Frankie Avalon. The song reached on the Billboard Top 100 and on the R&B chart in 1958. The song appeared on his 1958 album, Frankie Avalon. The song was produced by Peter De Angelis and arranged by Al Caiola. The final The Dick Clark Show on September 10, 1960 featured a highlight of Avalon performing the song. The song is mentioned in the 1974 Reunion song, "Life Is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)".

Tracklist

A Why 2:31
B Dede Dinah 2:10

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched): Eric E-1891
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched): Eric E-1892

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
184 Frankie Avalon Why / Dede Dinah ‎(7", Single) Eric Records 184 US Unknown
184 Frankie Avalon Why / Dede Dinah ‎(7", RE) Eric Records 184 US Unknown
TRS-184 Frankie Avalon Dede Dinah / Why ‎(7", Single, RE) Trip TRS-184 US Unknown