Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go" (also known as "There's a Thrill on The Hill") is a 1960 pop and R&B single written by Hank Ballard and performed by Hank Ballard and The Midnighters. The single was the last of the Midnighters' three number-one singles on the R&B chart, staying there for three non-consecutive weeks.
19, 1960 King Federal Records single 5400 Album: Hank Ballard & The Midnighters 1953 -1962. There's a thrill upon the hill Let's go, let's a-go, let's go There's a thrill upon the hill Let's go, let's a-go, let's go. There's a house honey, way across town People coming from miles around Put on your pretty red dress Let's go see about this mess That's it, baby let's git And go way far upon the hill
60s Music Letting Go Rock And Roll Let It Be Rock Roll Lets Go Move Forward Giving Up Forgiveness. First heard on a obscure chess greatest hits lp in the sixties. Later done by the beach boys on Beach boysToday from 1965 also a great unknown favourite.
|A||Let's Go Streaking Part 1||3:30|
|B||Let's Go Streaking Part 2||3:50|