KEEP BOPPIN' BILLY
(Thomas Livius)
BILLY WIGGLE & THE WIGGLERS (MAC 123, 1985)

Well, I danced with a girl named Rosemarie
She didn't know what she was doing to me
'Cause after an hour I was getting tired
She had power like dynamite
I said, hey let's rest a while
But all she did was smile, and she said...

[Chorus]
Don't talk, keep boppin' Billy, bop!
Don't talk, keep boppin' Billy, bop!
Keep boppin' Billy keep boppin' Billy, bop!

Well, we had danced for an hour or two
My feet getting hurt in my blue suede shoes
It seems like all my muscles had gone
But she goes on and on and on
I said, hey let's rest a while
But all she did was smile, and she said...

[Chorus]

Well, we had danced for an hour or three
I thought, that girl is killing me
I had painful lungs and trembling hands
'Cause she wanted more as I could stand
I said, hey let's rest a while
But all she did was smile, and she said...

[2 x Chorus]

Then I told her about my brand new Rolls
My cruiser's fifty-five feet long
A big house down on the beach
And my rich old daddy who gave it to me
She said, hey let's rest a while
With her pretty smile

And she said:
Don't bop, keep talkin' Billy, talk!
Don't bop, keep talkin' Billy, talk!
Keep talkin' Billy, keep talkin' Billy, talk!
Don't bop, keep talkin' Billy, talk!
Don't bop, keep talkin' Billy, talk!
Keep talkin' Billy, keep talkin' Billy, talk!