2 definitions by Big Mo Monster

The two wacky, lovable, and badass characters of the 1975 film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and the play "The Rocky Horror Show".
-Eddie is a "low-down, cheap little punk" and an Ex-Delivery Boy who got mixed up with the wrong crowd; He ended up being part Dr. Frank N Furter's evil and maniacal plan: creating the perfect man.
-Columbia is a "regulay Franky fan" AKA:Groupie. She secretly had a love affair with Frank N Furter's science prisoner named Eddie. Their love is revealed during the song "Hot Patootie, Bless My Soul (I Really Love That Rock 'N' Roll)"
Eddie and Columbia
Eddie's Debut and dance with Columbia ="Hot Patootie, Bless My Soul (I Really Love That Rock 'n' Roll)"

Eddie- Whoo! Whatever happened to Saturday night
When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright?
It don't seem the same since cosmic light
Came into my life, I thought I was divine
I used to go for a ride with a chick who'd go
And listen to the music on the radio
A saxophone was blowing on a Rock 'n' Roll show
You climbed in the back seat, really had a good time
Hot patootie, bless my soul
Really love that Rock 'n' Roll

Chorus- Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll

Eddie (saxophone solo)

My head used to swim from the perfume I smelled
My hands kinda fumbled with her white plastic belt
I'd taste her baby pink lipstick and that's when I'd melt
She'd whisper in my ear tonight she really was mine
Get back in front and put some hair oil on
Buddy Holly was singing his very last song
With your arms around your girl, you try to sing along
It felt pretty good...Whoo!
Really had a good time
Hot patootie, bless my soul
Really love that Rock 'n' Roll

Chorus- Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll

(saxophone solo)

Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
Hot patootie, bless my soul
I really love that Rock 'n' Roll
by Big Mo Monster May 26, 2008
A badass Ex-Delivery Boy From the 1975 cult-classic film "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and the play "The Rocky Horror Show".

Eddie is a "low-down, cheap little punk", a junkie, and an Ex-Delivery Boy who got mixed up with the wrong crowd; He ended up being part of Dr. Frank-N-Furter's evil and maniacal experiment: creating the perfect man. In the flim version, Eddie makes his appearance in the lab scene; He crashes through the ice of the "Deep Freeze" chamber. He meets an untimely death at the hands of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. In the play version, Eddie merely jumps out of a Coca-Cola machine and after his 15 minutes of fame, he merely jumps back into the machine.

Eddie is the love interest of Columbia who is Frank-N-Furter's groupie.
"Eddie's Teddy"
THE SONG SERVES AS A TRIBUTE TO EDDIE AFTER HIS DEATH AND IS SUNG BY DR. EVERETT VON SCOTT(A RIVAL SCIENTIST; EDDIE'S UNCLE), BRAD(A HERO), JANET(A HEROINE), COLUMBIA(A GROUPIE; EDDIE'S LOVER), DR. FRANK-N-FURTER(A SCIENTIST), ROCKY HORROR(A CREATION), RIFF RAFF(A HANDYMAN), MAGENTA(A DOMESTIC), AND CHARLES GRAY(A CRIMINOLOGIST). IN ONE INSTANCE, EDDIE HIMSELF CAN BE HEARD READING HIS NOTE TO HIS UNCLE WHICH READS:"I'M OUT OF MY HED. O HURRY OR I MAY BE DEAD! THEY MUSTN'T CARRY OUT THEIR EVIL DEEDS. LOVE, EDDIE."

DR. EVERETT VON SCOTT PRONOUNCES "AND" AS "UND" AND "UNT"

ACTUAL LYRICS TO "EDDIE'S TEDDY"

Dr. Everett v. Scott:
From the day he was born
He was trouble
He was the thorn
In his mother's side
She tried in vain

Criminologist : But he never caused her nothing but shame

Dr. Everett v. Scott:
He left home the day she died
From the day she was gone
All he wanted
Was rock 'n' roll porn
And a motorbike
Shooting up junk

Criminologist : He was a low down, cheap little punk

Dr. Everett v. Scott : Taking everyone for a ride

Chorus :
When Eddie said he didn't like his teddy
You knew he was a no good kid
But when he threatened your life
With a switch blade knife

Dr. Frank-N-Furter : What a guy
Janet Weiss : Makes you cry
Dr. Everett v. Scott : And I did

Columbia :
Everybody shoved him
I very nearly loved him
I said hey listen to me
Stay sane inside insanity
But he locked the door
And threw away the key

Dr. Everett v. Scott :
But he must've been drawn
Into something
Making him warn me
In a note which reads

Chorus : What's it say? What's it say?

Eddie :
I'm out of my hed
O hurry, or I may be dead
They mustn't carry out their evil deeds. Whooo!!

Chorus :
When Eddie said he didn't like his teddy
You knew he was a no good kid
But when he threatened your life
With a switch blade knife

Dr. Frank-N-Furter : What a guy
Janet Weiss : Makes you cry
Dr. Everett v. Scott : And I did

Chorus :
When Eddie said he didn't like his teddy
You knew he was a no good kid
But when he threatened your life
With a switch blade knife

Dr. Frank-N-Furter : What a guy

Chorus : Whoa ho ho

Janet Weiss : Makes you cry

Chorus : Hey hey hey

Dr. Everett v. Scott : And I did

Chorus : Eddie
by Big Mo Monster May 26, 2008

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