"Bony Moronie" as written by and Lennon....
I got a girl named Bony Moronie
She's as skinny as a stick of macaroni
Ought to see her rock 'n' roll with her blue jeans on
She's not very fat just skin and bone
But I love her, she loves me
All are happy now we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree
I told her mama and her papa too

Just exactly what I want to do
I want to get married on a night in June
And rock and roll by the light of a silvery moon
And I love her, she loves me
All are happy now we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree
She's my one and only, she's my heart's desire
She's a real upsetter, she's a real live wire

Everybody turns when my baby walks by
She's something to see, she really catches the eye
That's why I love her, she loves me
All are happy now we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree
That's why I love her, she loves me
All are happy now we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree


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    General CommentSilly, forced lyrics (it's spaghetti that's skinny, not macaroni) but catchy tune about a thin woman for whom the singer/songwriter has the hots. At the time it was released (1957) "making love" was not what people think of now. At that time, "making love" could range from simply flirting with someone to kissing.

    BTW: Larry Williams wrote and recorded this first and I believe his version is the one most people know. Mr. Williams needs to be put in the "artists" category here at SongMeanings.com.
    gregorybrianon February 10, 2008   Link

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