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Fun Music Information -> Frank & Moon Unit Zappa

This is the most recent information about Frank & Moon Unit Zappa that has been submitted to amIright. If we have more information about Frank & Moon Unit Zappa , then we provide a link to the section where it appears (the actual page whenever possible).

 
 

Possible Misspelled Names:

These are the alternate spellings of the performer's name we've had to correct in submissions to amIright.

Moonunit / Frank Zappa

Remove a Letter From a Song Title:

"Alley Girl" originally "Valley Girl"
Heather Brockwell

Misheard Lyrics:

"Valley Girl"
Misheard Lyrics:
Open wide
For sure, for sure
Original Lyrics:
Okay, fine
For sure, for sure
"Valley Girl"
Misheard Lyrics:
Bally girl
Original Lyrics:
Valley girl
"Valley Girl"
Misheard Lyrics:
She's a valley girl
Open wide.
Original Lyrics:
She's a valley girl
Okay, fine!
"Valley Girl"
Misheard Lyrics:
She's a Fowler girl
Original Lyrics:
She's a valley girl

Misheard Lyrics Stories:

"Valley Girl"
Misheard Lyrics:
She's a Fowler girl
Original Lyrics:
She's a valley girl

Story about this misheard lyric by: Bob Malone

Thought a Fowler girl may be similar to a Ziegfried girl or Vargas girl until Casey Kasem set me straight with the actual lyric and title.

Songs That Open With Their Titles:

"Valley Girl"
Opening Lines:
Valley Girl, She's a Valley Girl.
Comments:
1982's minor hit (Hot 100, but not Top 40 on Billboard), "Valley Girl" from the late great Frank Zappa with his daughter Moon Unit speaking the parts of the Val, was to many the introduction to the subculture known as the Val's in the Encino & Ventura, CA area. The Val's were the teenage girls and sometimes boys that had come of age with parents who had probably been hippies in the late 1960's. Frank Zappa picking up on trends, decided to cut this song to make fun and maybe to celebrate the "Val" culture. On this tune, America and much of the rest of the world was introduced to the following sayings: "Gag me with a spoon!", "Grody to the max." and "Fer sure." and taught me people how to "Bag things" that were just way too gross to look at.
Submitted by: Peter
 

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