"Wake Up Little Susie" (1957)
The Everly's first Number One hit has a hilarious premise: a teenage couple attend a lame movie, fall asleep, only to wake up at 4 a.m. and start panicking about what to tell their parents. It may sound innocent, but the song was banned in Boston for suggestive lyrics. The recording blew away Felice Bryant, who co-wrote the song with her husband, Boudleaux. "Coming out of their mouths, it was pure honey. Anything they put their voices on seemed to blend like custard. I think they could sing the telephone book to me. The blend was unbelievable."