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Mona
Quicksilver Messenger Service Lyrics


(This here, next one's rock and roll)

Hey, hey, hey, hey
Mona
Hey, hey, hey Mona
Mhm, Mona

I'm gonna tell you, Mona, what I wanna do
I'm gonna build my house next door to you
Can I make love to you once in a while?
Ah, baby, we could go kissing through the vine
When I come out on the front
You'll listen to my heart goin' bumpity bump
I need you baby and it ain't no lie
Oh, without your lovin' I'd surely die

Hey Mona
Ooh Mona
Hey, hey, hey Mona
Ooh-ooh Mona

I'm gonna tell you Mona, what I wanna do
I'm gonna build a house next door to you
Oh, can I make love to you once in awhile?
Yeah, or we can go kissin' through the vine
When I come out on the front
Girl, you will listen to my heart goin' bumpity bumpity bump
Well, I need you baby and it ain't no lie
Oh, without your lovin' I'd surely die

Hey Mona
Ooh Mona
Hey, hey, hey Mona
Ooh-ooh Mona

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS
Written by: Ellas McDaniel

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delta9779

Born in "1950" I so so so love this version by Quicksilver. John Cippolina rocks RIP. This song brings back such unbelieveable memories and the chills this song gives me are wow. I Love this fucking group their music is so real and it transcends the years. Wow where did life go I am so glad to be lucky enough to live in those times of real music. Live it Love it feel it my friends and never forget this is what real music sounds like.

Joseph de la garza

You bet, I saw them performance on this song and many more in San Antonio Texas, fabulous.

MissMyPonytail

That makes 2 of us ~ April 1950... and ditto!!!

eoj2495

1952 same same, great days back then

Robert Rindler

Born in 1951, was lucky enough to live in San Francisco during the 1960s

Rick Anderson

OK so I'm a 51er. however, I SO agree with with everything you said

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George Boand

I had to guard this cassette for always man. The grunts tried to lift it from ne on several occassions. It was the only tape I could listen to in Vietnam. I was a water truck driver and serviced the entire Mekong Delta. A bit hairy, but my cassette of Mona and QMS and the pack of joints a smoked all day long kept me going in my own world. Who would give a fuck if anything went wrong. I had my music man. Cleartwater.

Jane Moore

Wow - what a place to be while listening to this, and being high. Sounds like something beyond an adventure!

cynthia gibbs Barfield

Forty three years later..this song still sounds excellent..what a band...I just love this entire record. JC was pure genious and you couldn't beat that Frisco sound...

rudi b

Strangely enough none of my friends and acquaintances know this song.
Every now and then, when I'm home alone, I listen to this Mona with the volume at maximum and dance and shout along.
I really love this song.

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