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No Particular Place to Go" is a song by Chuck Berry, released as a single by Chess Records in May 1964 and released on the album St. Louis to Liverpool in November 1964 (see 1964 in music). No Particular Place to Go" was recorded on March 25, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois and features the same music as Berry's earlier hit "School Days". The song is a comical four verse story. In the first verse the narrator is cruising in his car with his girlfriend, and they kiss.
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No Particular Place to Go. No Particular Place To Go. Johnny B. Goode, My Ding a Ling, Let It Rock, Rock 'N' Roll Music, Reelin' & Rockin', Roll over Beethoven, Sweet Little Sixteen, No Particular Place to Go, School Day. Shotgun. Citizen's. Buffalo.
Single by Chuck Berry. from the album St. Louis to Liverpool. March 25, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois. Rock and roll Charts. Canada (RPM Top Forty-5's). 6. UK Singles (Official Charts Company).
Find more of Chuck Berry lyrics. Riding along in my automobile I's anxious to tell her the way I feel So I told her softly and sincere And she leaned and whispered in my ear Cuddlin' more and drivin' slow With no particular place to go. No particular place to go So we parked way out on ko-ko-mo The night was young and the moon was gold So we both decided to take a stroll Can you image the way I felt I couldn't unfasten her safety belt. Riding along in my calaboose Still trying to get her belt a-loose All the way home I held a grudge For the safety belt that wouldn't budge Crusin' and playing the.
Chuck Berry actually only served 18 months in jail in the early '60s, between February 1962 and October 1963, but his career was effectively derailed by the legal troubles that led up to his incarceration, dating back to the late '50s. By late 1963, Berry's music was serving as the basis for both the California surf music scene and the British rock scene that would soon engulf the . Understandably, when he got to make his first records in two and a half years in early 1964, he went right back to having hits, placing five singles in the pop charts that. One exception is George Thorogood, who played "No Particular Place to Go" frequently in his shows and put it on his gold 1982 album Bad to the Bone.