"I Heard Ramona Sing" as written by and Charles Thompson....
I had so many problems
And then I got me a walkman
I really liked it a lot, and
They walked right in and they solved them
They walked right in and they solved them

I heard Ramona sing
And I heard everything
The speed they're traveling
They are the only thing

Ramona
There were moments in the night
It was all right
There were moments in the night
I heard Ramona sing
And I heard everything
The speed they're traveling
They are the only thing
Ramona

I don't care if they're real or they're pseudo
I don't care if they get any higher
I hope if someone retires
They pull another Menudo
They pull another Menudo
They pull another Menudo
They pull another Menudo

There are moments in the night
It is all right
There are moments in the night
I hear Ramona sing
And I hear everything
The speed they're traveling
They are the only thing
Ramona


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"I Heard Ramona Sing" as written by Charles Thompson

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    General Comment"They're the best. Let's pretend you're a musicologist or musical anthropologist from Venus," [Frank] says, setting up an interesting scenario. "You're here on earth, you've got a five minute interview with me, and you want me to play you some examples of rock music or pop music. What would I play for you? I think the Ramones are the best example, and taking into consideration 1955 to the present that they have taken in the best influences. They don't encapsulate everything, but little pieces."
    - anti.matter.com Interview, May 1993

    "It would have been difficult to do a Ramones song and do it justice. The Ramones deserve to have a song written about them, and lo and behold.
    - Frank Black, Mondo2000 interview
    hardcor_toonzon May 08, 2005   Link

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