"Hot patootie-Bless My Soul", known in the USA as "What Ever Happened To Saturday Night?" is the eighth song in the cult musical The Rocky Horror Show and its film counterpart The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It is sung chiefly by the character Eddie, who is played in the movie by singer Meat Loaf.
Originally this song was intended for its author, Richard O'Brien, to sing in the original stage production, though director Jim Sharman convinced O'Brien to portray the character of Riff Raff instead of Eddie. Its high vocal range had not yet been accomplished by any other actor performing the character. The arrangement had to be altered until Meat Loaf took the part in the Los Angeles production in 1974.
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