Norma Jeane, as older I grew
Oh Norma Jeane, with stirrings so new
You're helpin' this teenage boy start to get a clue
As I was adolescin', growin' up still
I snuck magazines from my Daddy's till
A pin-up pic unfoldin' from the centerfold
Feelin' I'd dug up a pot of gold
A staple in navel, a "Great Divide" 
From "bumper" to "bumper", starin' googly-eyed
Norma Jeane, I'm stickin' like glue
Oh Norma Jeane, I view and re-view
You started me doing those things, was so into
Pink in the picture on top of the "hill"
It's such fun wallowin' in a masculine thrill
First thing I saw, that feminine frill
Do it again and again, never quite getting my fill
Lovely curve, reclining, stretch
She with that "hourglass", toe to neck
Norma Jeane, made Playboy's™ debut 
Oh Norma Jeane, by posing for Hugh
You broke the bar, doing those things they called taboo
Her movies, they gave me a Seven-Year Itch 
Some Like It Hot, how I would start to twitch
I like brunettes, but Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Still tooted my horn, and it still responds
The sub-way grate blowin' skirt over her head
With poor Joe DiMaggio turnin' red 
Norma Jeane, what happened to you?
Oh, Norma Jeane, it cannot be true
You've left us all missing you, feeling oh so blue
Her health, it declined; in drink, she'd drown
Helped wash those prescription drugs right down
Poor Norma Jeane a-lying like a sack of lead
The coroner said, an overdose, and she's dead
Both Kennedys playin' so innocent, still
Always thought, Norma Jeane, did they slip you a pill? 
Norma Jeane, we bid you adieu
Oh Norma Jeane, we're saying, "thank you"
Here's Tommy T.'s parody praise, long overdue
 Old joke from that era: "I was 22 before I learned that women didn't all have staples in their navels".
 Center picture in the very first issue, although it didn't fold out, and called "Sweetheart" rather than "Bunny™"; also appeared on the cover, the only cover that didn't feature the Bunny logo, or even a date, as Hugh Hefner wasn't sure there would be a second issue. Norma Jeane made sure that there would be :)
 They still play these movies even today, you know. TT is waaay too young to have seen them when they were first released, OK?
 Director Billy Wilder deliberately created a media circus by refilming the shot (on a public street in New York City) many more times than was necessary, as crowds gathered and gawked, and the paparrazi had a field day. Apparently, her husband wasn't too happy about it; they quarreled afterward, separated, and two months later, they were divorced. ... Pardon me for asking, but did he think he was marrying a librarian, or what? D'oh...
 (Links to the full texts in the outro)
The CBS "48 Hours" investigation:
"In April 2006, CBS's 48 Hours .... gained access to audio tapes of interviews conducted by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office in 1982.
"According to Summers' sources, Monroe attended social events at actor Peter Lawford's beach home in Santa Monica, California, in the months before her death that also included President John F. Kennedy and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. The 48 Hours report quoted a former Secret Service agent as stating that it was "common knowledge" among his colleagues that there was an affair between Monroe and John Kennedy. Rumors of a relationship with Robert Kennedy were not confirmed."
The release of FBI files in 2006:
"In October 2006, under the FOI [Freedom of Information -- TT] act, the FBI released thousands of pages of previously classified documents. In early 2007, writer Philippe Mora discovered a three page report among the papers titled Robert F. Kennedy that discussed Monroe's death. This report has since been included in the FBI index under Marilyn Monroe.
"Written by a former FBI agent (name is redacted from the report) ... it details Robert Kennedy's affair with the movie star and claims that Kennedy had promised Monroe he would divorce his wife and marry her, but after the actress realised he had no intention of doing so, she made threats to make the affair public. The report claims that to silence Monroe, who had a history of staging publicity-seeking fake suicide attempts, she was deliberately encouraged to do so again but was this time allowed to die. The report implicates Robert Kennedy, Peter Lawford, her psychiatrist Ralph Greenson, her housekeeper Eunice Murray, and her secretary and press agent, Pat Newcomb, in the plot. The report is prefaced with a statement noting that author of the report did not know the source and could not evaluate the authenticity of the information.
Hmmm.... agent's name redacted? Her long-distance phone call records mysteriously vanishing, along with her internal organs after an autopsy that was much less complete than ordered? (Her stomach showed no effects, nor residuals, of ingesting the barbiturates that were said to be the cause of her "PROBABLE suicide", per the coroner's official report). Lots of other stuff mysteriously missing and witnesses' stories changing repeatedly? Even the estimated time and date of death were changed from the undertaker's first (well-reasoned) estimate, from late night on August 4th to early morning August 5th.
"5:40 a.m.: Undertaker Guy Hockett arrives and notes that the state of rigor mortis indicates a time of death between 9:30 and 11:30 p.m. The time is later altered to match the witness statements.
" 6 a.m.: (Her housekeeper) Murray changes her story and now says she went back to bed at midnight and only called Dr. Greenson when she awoke at 3 a.m. and noticed the light still on. Both doctors also change their stories and now claim Monroe died around 3:50 a.m. Police note Murray appears quite evasive and extremely vague and she would eventually change her story several times. Despite being a key witness, Murray travels to Europe and is not questioned again."
Also, Monroe was reported to have been found face-down, but the lividity of rigor mortis ("liver mortis") indicates clearly that she way lying on her back when she died. Much more such stuff in the article linked in the outro.
""(Writer) Mora admits he is not sure what to make of the file."
TT knows exactly what to make of it, and so did Jack Clemmons, the first LAPD officer to arrive at the death scene, who believed that she was murdered. Read the full article (first link in the outro) and decide for yourself.
Oh, and (cough) the Kennedys have a well-known history
(cough) of silencing women who could prove to be an embarrassment
(cough) to themselves and their careers
. (cough) Three for three -- all three of the brothers, apparently.