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  1. The Everly Bros.`Walk Right Back With the Everlys: 20 Golden Hits`Cassette $ From Australia. $ shipping. Genre: Pop. Watch. Duration: Album Artist: The Everly Brothers. The Everly Brothers - Walk Right Back With The Everlys () Cassette (VG+) $ From United Kingdom. $ shipping. Artist: The Everly Brothers. or Best Offer.
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  3. The Everly Brothers* ‎– Walk Right Back With The Everlys (20 Golden Hits) Lucille Written-By – Collins*, Penniman* B3: So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) Written-By – Don Everly: Walk Right Back With The Everly Brothers.
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  5. Lucille by The Everly Brothers was written by Al Collins and Little Richard and was first recorded and released by Little Richard and His Band in The Everly Brothers released it on the single So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) in It was covered by Hot Chickens, Dale Watson, Roberto, Stephen Ackles and other artists.
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  8. "Lucille" is a rock and roll song originally recorded by American musician Little Richard. Released on Specialty Records in February , the single reached number one on the Billboard R&B chart, 21 on the US pop chart, and number 10 on the UK chart. It was composed by Albert Collins (not to be confused with the blues guitarist of the same name) and Little Richard.

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