"Lean Jean" as written by and Stella Lee Rudy Pompilli....
I got a gal and she's long and thin.
Real nice condition for the shape she's in.
Every time I see her, boy, I do a spin.
Lean Jean, seventeen.

She fell in a beauty shop to get away.
The owner said, "I dig your wig but you need a shave."
And yet there's something 'bout her, makes me be her slave.
Lean Jean, seventeen.

I got a gal and she's long and thin.
Real nice condition for the shape she's in.
Every time I see her, boy, I do a spin.
Lean Jean, seventeen.

Jeannie baby's knock-kneed in her bobby socks.
I'm so barrel-legged, when the rhythm rocks.
When we stroll together we spell OX.
Lean Jean, seventeen.


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