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  1. Jerry Lee Lewis's recording of “Great Balls of Fire” is the most well-known. It was recorded in the Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, on October 8, , and released as a single in November It reached #2 on the US chart and #1 in the UK. The song was ranked as the 96th greatest song ever by Rolling Stone Magazine. View wiki.
  2. Great Balls Of Fire - Official Trailer. This disappointing film biography of rock 'n' roller Jerry Lee Lewis virtually ignores Lewis' much-publicized dark side, instead adopting a sanitized, light.
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  4. You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain Too much love drives a man insane You broke my will, but what a thrill Goodness gracious, great balls of fire I laughed at love 'cause I thought it was funny You came along and you moved me honey I've changed my mind, this love is fine Goodness gracious, great balls of fire Kiss me baby, ooh, feels good Hold me baby Well, I'll still love you like a.
  5. Great Balls of Fire! is a American biographical film directed by Jim McBride and starring Dennis Quaid as rockabilly pioneer Jerry Lee bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo on a biography by Myra Lewis and Murray M. Silver Jr., the screenplay is written by McBride and Jack bervetesidnarolathearabcimasde.xyzinfo film is produced by Adam Fields, with executive producers credited as Michael Grais, Mark Victor, and Art Levinson.
  6. In the Great Balls Of Fire movie made in , this was cleaned up by having Lewis (played by Dennis Quaid) saying "Top THAT, cat!" Doug from Tempe, Az When I saw Jerry perform in Portland, Ore. in , he only sang for about half an hour, and he did not do Great Balls of Fire. When he appeared in Phoenix in , her did a perfunctory, rinky.
  7. Other articles where Great Balls of Fire is discussed: Jerry Lee Lewis: Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On,” “Great Balls of Fire,” and “Breathless,” all Top Ten hits in and His rhythmically assured and versatile “pumping” piano style (the left hand maintaining a driving boogie pattern while the right added flashy ornamentation) was influenced by church music and country.

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