France Gall’s anti-LSD song

The French have popstars no sane American has ever heard of. One such is certainly France Gall.

Perhaps the most bizarre moment of her career was her anti-LSD anthem from 1967, "Teenie Weenie Boppie," penned by none other than
Serge Gainsbourg.

Watch it now, why not?

Curious about the lyrics? Listen to the English-language cover version by indie super group Free Kitten.

     Posted By: Paul - Thu Jul 10, 2008
     Category: Art | Customs | Foreign Customs | Drugs | Eccentrics | Music

Ken--we'll be installing Permalinks soon!
Posted by Paul on 07/10/08 at 03:44 PM
John A--that's like a Sid and Marty Krofft kid's show mated with BARBARELLA! You found a winner!
Posted by Paul on 07/10/08 at 03:48 PM
Capital L--many thanks for broadening my France Gall knowledge!
Posted by Paul on 07/11/08 at 10:10 AM
Kirk--ah, the Sixties! Too much weird was never weird enough!
Posted by Paul on 07/11/08 at 10:12 AM
Ken--honest input always appreciated!
Posted by Paul on 07/12/08 at 10:11 AM
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