"Dig a Pony" as written by John Winston Lennon and Paul James Mccartney....
I dig a pony
Well, you can celebrate anything you want
Yes, you can celebrate anything you want
Oh

I do a road hog
Well, you can penetrate any place you go
Yes, you can penetrate any place you go
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because

I pick a moon dog
Well, you can radiate everything you are
Yes, you can radiate everything you are
Oh now

I roll a stoney
Well, you can imitate everyone you know
Yes, you can imitate everyone you know
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because (woo)

Oh now
I feel the wind blow
Well, you can indicate everything you see
Yes, you can indicate everything you see
Oh now

I load a lorry
Well, you can syndicate any boat you row
Yeah, you can syndicate any boat you row
I told you so

All I want is you
Everything has got to be just like you want it to
Because


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"Dig a Pony" as written by Paul Mccartney John Lennon

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    General CommentPure speculation...

    I dig a pony...horse...heroin. Celebrate anything you want.

    I do a road hog...groupie...penetrate any place you want.

    Pick a moon dog - Early Lennon band in Liverpool was Johnny and the Moondogs. Radiate? Star?

    Roll a stoney...the Rolling Stones, imitating "everyone you know, including the Beatles, which they did throughout the entire 60's

    Syndicate any boat you row? WTF??? I've always wondered about that lyric.

    For those of you who know John's written work in his two books, you know about his love of wordplay, puns, and twisting words around to make new ones. Any thoughts about "syndicate any boat you row?"
    dan0311on December 31, 2004   Link

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