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Blue Suede Shoes immortalized in a snow globe. Wind it up and go, man, go! The iconic song became associated with Elvis of course, but it is actually the intersection of Elvis, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins. Cash suggested the shoes as a song idea to Perkins in 1955, who wrote and performed the song that year. It was a substantial hit and was subsequently covered by many artists in 1956, but it was Elvis who conquered the globe with it.