An incredible narrative of a car race (and subsequent police chase), this mini-movie is indeed one of Chuck Berry's greatest lyric accomplishments. The descriptions of cars ("air mobile") and his nemesis ("ole flat top") became catchwords in the rock & roll lingo, and Uncle Chuck indeed invented them. Speaking of the terminology created by Berry, John Lennon utilized the line "here come ole flat top" in the Beatles' classic "Come Together." Berry's publishers sued in the early '70s and Lennon settled by recording a couple of Berry's originals (including "You Can't Catch Me" on his Rock & Roll album). The most interesting cover, however, is probably Stephen Stills' acoustic version, which appeared on his excellent Stephen Stills Live album in 1976.