Oh mickey you're so fine
You're so fine you blow my mind
Hey mickey, hey mickey (repeat x3)
Oh mickey you're so fine

You're so fine you blow my mind
Hey mickey
Hey mickey
You've been around all night

And that's a little long
You think you got the right
But I think you got it wrong
Oh can't you say goodnight

So you can take me home mickey?
'cause when you say you will
It always means you won't
You're givin me the chills baby, please baby don't

Every night you still leave me all alone mickey

Oh mickey what a pity you don't understand
You take me by the heart
When you take me by the hand
Oh mickey you're so pretty can't you understand
It's guys like you mickey
And what you do mickey, do mickey
Don't break my heart mickey

Hey mickey
Now if you take me by the who's ever gonna know
Everytime you move I let a little more show
There's something you can use

So don't say no mickey
So come on and give it to me anyway you can
Anyway you want to do it I'll take it like a man
Oh please baby please don't leave me in the bend mickey

[Chorus: x2]

Oh mickey you're so fine
You're so fine you blow my mind
Hey mickey, hey mickey

[Chorus: x2]

Oh mickey you're so fine
You're so fine you blow my mind
Hey mickey

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Hey Mickey Lyrics as written by Jimmie Dodd

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    General Comment
    Originally recorded by Toni Basil. Possibly one of the highlights of Lolly's career, she no longer performs under this monikah, having dropped her previous record label, she is back at her original name - Anna Keppel (sources disagree on spelling).
    Bobo192on July 24, 2002   Link
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    one moment?! there's only one comment on this song?? i love this song! it's so amazing!!
    la chatonon September 17, 2006   Link
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    General Comment
    This song is obviously about drugs. Take for instance, "Hey Mickey, you're so fine, you blow my mind". I believe it may be about taking LSD. Also "Anyway you'll do I'll take it like a man" and "you're givin me the chills baby, please baby don't every night you still leave me all alone mickey" are further evidence to this view point.
    Chalky5572on June 18, 2008   Link
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    Song Meaning
    When I was younger I thought this song was about "Metal Mickey" a British children's TV programme about a robot that I was watching in the early 80s. Listening to it now, it does not appear to me to be about taking drugs as another poster has suggested. However it does strongly appear to suggest that she is willing for him to give her anal sex. "So come on and give it to me anyway you can, Anyway you wanna do it, I'll take it like a man."
    JohnRowley77on January 18, 2011   Link

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