"Ramona" as written by and John (ramone)/colvin Cummings....
Hey Johnny, hey Dee Dee
Little Tom and Joey
You know we're comin' over
Sweet sweet little Ramona
You're getting better and better
It's getting easier than ever
Hey you kids in the crowd
You know you like it
When the music's loud

Sweet sweet little Ramona
She always wants to come over
Sweet sweet little Ramona
I think I'll try and phone her

I let her in if you're wondering why
Cause she's a spy for the BBI
I let her in and I started to cry
And then I knew I wanted to die
Oooh, little Ramona


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"Ramona" as written by Douglas Colvin Dee Dee Ramone

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  • +1
    General Comment"Ramona," written by the entire band, is a love song that was originally titled "Rocket to Russia." The band rewrote the lyrics to the song and used the title for the album title.
    Shocktreatment77on November 25, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General CommentSomeone please enlighten me: What is the BBI? Some kind of actual group, or made up, or what?
    SandyCaton November 27, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song. This is one of my favorite Ramone songs ever!!!!!!!
    renegade electricxxon May 02, 2003   Link
  • -1
    Song MeaningRamona is written on the t-shirt of the punk on the rocket, on the album cover (the relative of Zippy the pinhead). Why is this the title song of the album? The center of the song is minimalist love poetry. He let her in and one might wonder why, since she is a spy. This caused the beginning of his sorrows, and left him suicidal.

    One wishes to see the lyrics before the title of the song was changed from "rocket to Russia."
    Why is this the rocket to Russia?
    mmcdonaldon January 19, 2016   Link
  • -3
    General CommentI don't know why. It's one of their worst (and I've heard all of Halfway to Sanity)
    87thon November 25, 2004   Link

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