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Slang from the '60

by Steven Haninger / January 20, 2006 10:07 AM PST

Related to the ''wierdo'' post in the ducktails / DA discussion I'd mentioned Ed (Kookie) Byrnes and had to look this up. He and Connie Stevens had a song on pop radio that I remembered. The words weren't sung....but maybe '60s ''rap''. Thought I'd share the lyrics and a few slang terms some here may recall.

http://cougartown.com/slang.html


http://lyrical.nl/song/17382


Edward Byrnes & Connie Stevens -
Kookie, Kookie, lend me your comb


(''C'' for Connie and ''E'' for Ed)

C Kookie, Kookie, lend me your comb
Kookie, Kookie?

E Well now, let's take it from the top and grab some wheels
We'll wail along and talk about some cuckoo deals

C But Kookie, Kookie lend me your comb
Kookie, Kookie

E Now you're on my wavelength and I'm readin' you just fine
Don't cut out of here until we get on cloud nine

C But Kookie, Kookie?


E I've got smog in my noggin
Ever since you made the scene

C You're the utmost!

E If you ever tuned me out
Dad, I'm the saddest, like I'm green

C The very utmost!
Kookie? Lend me your comb
Kookie, Kookie


E Man I got my burners lighted
And my flaps are gonna bend
You're gonna send me to that planet called
You know it baby... the end!

C Kookie, Kookie, lend me your comb
Kookie, Kookie?

E If you ever cut out then I'd be a stray cat
'cause when I'm flyin' solo, nowhere's where I'm at

C Kookie, Kookie, lend me your comb
Kookie, Kookie!


E What's with this comb caper, baby?
Why do you wanna latch onto my comb!

C I just want you to stop combing your hair... and kiss me.
You're the maximum utmost!

E Well I'm beamed in on dreamsville and I'm moving right now
'cause that's the kind of scene that I dig
Baby, you're the ginchiest.

(I never bought the 45) Happy

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(NT) (NT) Groovy, baby! ;-)
by Cindi Haynes / January 20, 2006 10:50 AM PST
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(NT) (NT) Cool! Daddy Cool! :)
by Glenda / January 20, 2006 11:07 AM PST
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I dig it man....
by Rolway / January 21, 2006 7:48 AM PST
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Cab Calloway released a "Hipsters Dictionary" in the 40's
by Ziks511 / January 22, 2006 3:22 PM PST
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Always wanted to look through it. There's just a hint of it in the Ken Burns Jazz series Hepcats and Alligators being the approved groups, and Ickys being those who stood around and watched rather than dancing.

Rob

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(NT) (NT) Far out, man!
by Dragon / January 23, 2006 2:30 PM PST
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I think each generation...
by caktus / January 23, 2006 3:00 PM PST
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changes the definitions to keep parents so confused they don't bother paying attention to what their kids are up to.

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