I’m looking for a song. It plays in the background when Vincent and Mia are eating at Jack Rabbit Slims. It sounds like Elvis. It’s not on the soundtrack and it’s driving me crazy. Does anybody know this song?
No, but I suggest listening closely, writing down some lyrics and putting it into Google with quotation marks. This is, unless you’re a lazy motherfucker.
Yep, I also want to know this (see my other post on another topic)! It’s not on the extended cd of PF. So plz people, somebody has to know this!!! It’s impossible that all those Taratinofans don’t know it!!!
ps: the song does sound a little bit like woo hoo of the 18.104.22.168.‘s doesn’t it? the middle of the song of woo hoo is almost that that we hear if Mia and Vince are goin’ to Slim. That’s my guess, but i’m not sure…
[quote]No, but I suggest listening closely, writing down some lyrics and putting it into Google with quotation marks. This is, unless you’re a lazy motherfucker.[/quote]
No, not lazy at all. It's very hard to make out the words since it is a background song. Trust me its really low and easy to miss. I tried turning up the volume but it actually becomes harder to hear because I'm also turning up on Mia and Vince talking.
easy man, first song in jrs is 1.“waitn’ in shool” -> Ricky Nelson, 2.“lonesome town” -> Ricky Nelson, 3.“ace of spades” -> Link Wray, 4.“rumble” -> Link Wray, 5.“since i first met you” -> The Robin’s, 6.“you never can tell” -> Chuck Berry
Actually, there’s a song after Since I First Met You BUT BEFORE Chuck Berry. That’s the one I tried to figure out too.
- Waitin’ In School––Ricky Nelson
- Lonesome Town––Ricky Nelson
- Ace of Spades––Link Wray
- Rumble––Link Wray
- Since I First Met You––The Robins
- Teenagers In Love––Woody Thorne
- You Never Can Tell––Chuck Berry