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Duration: 3:08 
Release Date: 1958 
Lyrics By: Ellas McDaniel (peterpuck9) 
Music By: Ellas McDaniel (peterpuck9) 
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Released By: Checker Records 
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Song Lyrics:
"Bo Meets The Monster"
(Words and music by Ellas McDaniel)

I was sittin' in my front room, I heard a loud crash,
I run to the window, to see what was that?
Out in the top of my old apple tree,
There were a one-eyed purple people eater lookin' at me,
He hollered: Oh! Grrrrrrrrrrr!

I jumped in my plane, an' I took to the cloud,
I had to go and see what the mess was all about,
This mess my mother did not understand,
All these funny lookin' people from another land,
She hollered: Oh! Grrrrrrrrr!

My baby's standin' alone, she was hollerin' real loud,
Bo Diddley, Bo Diddley don't leave me in this house,
I said take it easy baby, though, I got to go,
I said lock all the windows and bolt all the doors,
She hollered: Oh! Grrrrrrrrr!

When I saw that monster, boy you ought to see,
He was a wigglin' and a grinnin' an' a snigglin' at me,
I jumped in my plane and I made it back home,
The purple people eater had had my baby and gone,
I hollered : Oh! Grrrrrrrrrrr!

(c) 1958 Arc Music Inc. (BMI)
Current Rating 8.0 (2 votes)
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