All right. All right, this is an oldie, but… Well, it’s an oldie where I come from. All right, listen, this is a blues riff in B. Watch me for the changes,
and try and keep up, okay? [Playing Johnny B. Goode] “Way down in Louisiana
Down in New Orleans “Way back up in the woods
among the evergreens “There stood a log cabin
made of earth and wood “Where lived a country boy
name of Johnny B. Goode “He never ever learned
to read or write so well “He could play the guitar
just like he’s ringin’ a bell “Go go
Go Johnny go, go “Go Johnny, go, go, go “Go Johnny go, go” George, I heard you laid out Biff.
Nice going. You ever think of
running for class president? MARTY: [Singing] “Johnny B. Goode “Go Johnny go, “Go Johnny go, go, go “Go Johnny go, go “Go Johnny go, go, go “Johnny B. Goode” Chuck! Chuck, it’s Marvin. Your cousin, Marvin Berry? You know that new sound
you’re looking for? Well, listen to this. [Marty playing heavy metal riffs] [Feedback] [Playing sustained high-pitch note] [Amplifiers humming] I guess you guys aren’t ready for that yet… … but your kids are going to love it.