Spunky teenager Susan and her friends start their own rock band as well as open a night club. However, they face opposition from local uptight adults who consider rock'n'roll to be the devil's music and think that it will have a negative corrupting influence on their children. Written by
Did You Know?
The line "we're desperate, get used to it," heard twice, is a reference to the song "We're Desperate" by John Doe
's band X
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They have negroes on that show, Frank. They let negroes sing in front of all those white children.
Hey, you have Ella Fitzgerald records.
But I would never go see her in person.
Susan is seen dancing around her room during the opening credits. This is played backwards during the closing credits. See more
Edited from Shake, Rattle and Rock!
All Around the World
Written by Robert 'Bumps' Blackwell
(as Robert Blackwell) and McKinley Millot
Published by ATV Music (Venice) (BMI)
Performed by For Real
and Julianna Raye
Produced by Joseph L. Altruda
(as Joey Altruda)
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. See more