"59 Chrystie Street" as written by John Robert King, Michael S. Simpson, Michael Louis Diamond, Adam Horovitz, Adam Nathaniel Yauch and Matt Dike....
Agh agh...
There's a girl over there...
Agh agh yea, agh agh agh yea
With long brown hair

Agh agh yea, agh agh agh yea
I took her to the place
I threw the mattress in her face
Took off her shirt

Took off her bra
Took off her pants
You know that I saw

A wick wick wack
Aghh aghh ha...


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"59 Chrystie Street" as written by Adam Nathaniel Yauch Adam Horovitz

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    General CommentB-Boy Bouillabaisse is a medley of unfinished songs. It's similar to the medley on Abbey Road by The Beatles. The song "The End", from that album was sampled on The Sounds Of Science- another song on Paul's Boutique. 59 Christie Street is the opening to B-Boy Bouillabaisse. I believe the main sample in this one is "Summertime Blues."
    kanoe13on June 25, 2012   Link

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