Son Of Suzy Creamcheese

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Lyrics

Suzy Creamcheese
Oh mama, now . . .
What's got into ya?

Suzy you were such a sweetie
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Once you were my one & only
Yeah, yeah, yeah!!
Blew your mind on too much Kool-Aid
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Took my stash & left me lonely
Yeah, yeah, yeah!

Suzy Creamcheese
Oh baby, now...
What's got into ya?
Yea-yea-yea-yea-yeah!
Suzy Creamcheese
Oh mama, now...
What's got into ya?

Got to find my Suzy Creamcheese
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Think I'll go and start my car
Yeah, yeah, yeah!h!
Really dig her; she's so freaky
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Heard The Heat knows where you are
Yeah, yeah, yeah!

Suzy Creamcheese
Oh baby, now...
What's got into ya?
Yea-yea-yea-yea-yeah!
Suzy Creamcheese
Oh mama, now...
What's got into ya?

Cruised the Strip & went to Canter's
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Suzy creamcheese, please come home
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Vito says she split for Berkeley
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Protest marching Styrofoam
Yeah, yeah, yeah!

Suzy Creamcheese
Oh baby, now...
What's got into ya?
Yea-yea-yea-yea-yeah!
Suzy Creamcheese
Oh mama, now...
What's got into ya?

Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Yeah, yeah, yeah!
Yeah, yeah, yeah!

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Records On Which This Song Has Appeared

Singles

  • Son Of Suzy Creamcheese (01:34) / Big Leg Emma (02:31) - The Mothers Of Invention (1967)

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Original Albums

Beat The Boots
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Unauthorized Compilations
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Samplers And Promos
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Miscellaneous
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Tribute & Cover Albums

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Notes About This Song

  • For the character, see also: Suzy Creamcheese
  • The song was originally called "Suzy Cream Cheese (What's Got Into You)".
  • "Heard The Heat knows where you are" - "The Heat" or "Heat" is a fairly common synonym for police.
  • "Son Of Suzy Creamcheese is a stirring saga of a young groupie. Her actions are all motivated by a desire to be 'in' at all times. Hence the drug abuse - blowing her mind on too much Kool-Aid (acid)... stealing her boy-friends' stah (a hidden supply of drugs) - and leaving Los Angeles for a protest march in Berkeley." — Frank Zappa, Absolutely Free: The Complete Libretto, 1967.
  • Time signature: repeated sequence of (4+4+4+4)/4 + (8+9)/8 + (8+9+8+9+8+9)/8 + (8+4+5+6)/8
  • Teddy And His Patches released a single called Suzy Creamcheese in 1967.

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