Skinny Minnie
Bill Haley Lyrics


My skinny Minnie is a crazy chick
Six foot high and one foot thick
Well, do I love her? Does a boy love pie?
Well, she is the apple of my eye
Skinny Minnie, she ain't skinny
She's tall, that's all

Oh yeah, she's something else

Well, though her shadow doesn't take much ground
Well, what there is really gets around
Well, what there ain't that's what she be
And even that's way too much for me
Skinny Minnie, she ain't skinny
She's tall, that's all

Yeah, some gal, she is, nice [Incomprehensible]

Well, slightly slimmer than a fishing pole
She's one half rock and the half roll
Well, dig that chick from either side
And man, you'll yell, "Where did she hide?"
Skinny Minnie, she ain't skinny
She's tall, that's all

Man, she's double king-size, three top tall
And she's a long [Incomprehensible] mountain top

Lyrics © Tratore, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: ARRETT RUSTY KEEFER, BILL HALEY, CATHERINE CAFRA WILLIAMSON, MILT GABLER

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Comments from YouTube:

Richard Fazakas

I haven't heard this song in about 50 plus years. It's great to hear it again.

willpn100

Bill´s honking melody on this song was perfect.

elchucko

Bill is the man! He co-wrote this and recorded it 1958. Many other versions exist but he's the first. ;)

musicfan1953

Haven t heard this since 1958....Great to hear it again. Thanks for posting it

nicky0016dd

Classic!
Rock and Roll 🎶🎶🎶
In my opinion he never got enough recognition which he definitely deserved.

clifton haley

Yes thanks, great track.

EVELYNEMIL

Absolutely awesome classic!!.

Oscar Sanchez

Rock it!
Never drop it!

Savadorason1

-Diiiigg iiiiit!=

moviemagg

The Delmore Brothers did a song in 1946 called Fright Train Boogie which which has one the first Rock guitar solos in the middle. A lot of what Hank Williams and Little Jimmy Dickens did in the late 40s and early 50s has Rock guitar solos in them. Bill Haley's song, Rock The Joint in 1951 was a regional hit in the North East and was really the first true Rock N Roll song to enter the charts. I consider The Fat Man and Rocket 88 to be more R&B. I think the song Bo Diddley is also Rock N Roll.

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