The House of Blue Lights Freddie Slack and Ella Mae Morse (Capitol, 1955)
Published in 1946, The House of Blue Lights was written by Don Raye and Freddie Slack. Slack recorded the song with Ella Mae Morse and took the song to #8. The Andrew Sisters also recorded a version and took it to #15. The House of Blue Lights was notable for the time for using a hipster-style spoken introduction. Singer Little Richard referenced The House of Blue Lights in his 1958 hit song Good Golly, Miss Molly.