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Boney Maronie Trk 5 Disc 1 2: 44
Ritchie Valens
(Larry Williams)
Recorded: Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, ca
Delfi lp #1201 'Ritchie Valens' Feb. 1959
Sessions by Bob Keane and Rene Hall
Richie - vocal & guitar, Rene Hall - Danelectro 6 string bass
Carole Kaye or Irving Ashly - rhythm guitar
Buddy Clark - standup bass, Earl Palmer - drums.
Album: 'Come On Let's Go' May 1997 dfbx 2359

Well, I got a girl name Boney Maronie
Well, she's as skinny as a stick of macaroni
Oughta see her rock and roll with blue jeans on
She's not very fat just skin and bone

Well, I love her, she loves me
Oh, how happy now we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree

Well, I told her mama
And I told her papa, too
Well, just exactly what I'm gonna do
Get married on a night of June
And rock and roll by silvery moon

Well, I love her, she loves me
Whoa, how happy now, we can be
Making love underneath the apple tree

(guitar & instrumental)

She's my one and only
She's my heart desire
She's a real upsetter, she's a real live wire
Ev'rybody turns when my baby goes by
She's somethin' to see that really catches the eye

Well, I love her, and she loves me
Whoa, how happy, now we can be
Making lover underneath the apple tree.

(instrumental to end fade)

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