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  • This was written by Herb Newman and performed by Johnny Kidd & the Pirates, 1965: Let me tell you 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees The moon up above And a thing called love Let me tell you 'bout the stars in the sky And this girl and the guy The way that they kiss On a night like this When I look into your big brown eyes It's so very plain to see Well, it's time that you leaned about the facts of life Starting from A to Z Let me tell you 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees The moon up above And a thing called love When I look into those big brown eyes It's so very plain to see Well, it's time that you leaned about the facts of life Starting from A to Z Let me tell you 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees The moon up above And a thing called love Let me tell you 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees The birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees About the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees The birds an the bees And the flowers and the trees (continue till fade)
  • joe pokorney "learn" Do you really understand Opportunity's at hand? All the birds and bees, flowers and trees, Seem to know what life demands! Are you willing? Are you wise? Have you tried to analyze What you do and say everyday? Words and action lead the way! Have you learned? Did you listen? Have you dreamed Your wildest dream? Honesty, integrity will lead you to the stars! Are you scared? Are you afraid? Is a good foundation laid? Did you plant the seed? Pull the weed! If you do, you will succeed! You can do it, if you try! Never let the chance go by! Do your very best! Pass the test! Always hold your head up high! Now I hope you'll understand That in life you need a plan. Work it, step by step! What the heck! Each and every one of us must LEARN! or is it an l.l. cool j song you are looking for
  • The Birds and The Bees Was sung by Jewel Akensit came out in, I think 1965 (O: Let me tell ya 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees And the moon up above And a thing called "Love" Let me tell ya 'bout the stars in the sky And a girl and a guy And the way they could kiss On a night like this When I look into your big brown eyes It's so very plain to see That it's time you learned about the facts of life Starting from A to Z Let me tell ya 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees And the moon up above And a thing called "Love" (Yeah!) instrumental interlude When I look into your big brown eyes It's so very plain to see That it's time you learned about the facts of life Starting from A to Z Let me tell ya 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees And the moon up above And a thing called "Love" Let me tell ya 'bout the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees And the birds and the bees And the flowers and the trees 'bout the birds FADE and the bees
  • You may be thinking of "The Birds and the Bees" by Patrick & Eugene. Here's their video of it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzCpBoxF2gc
  • 1963 or 1964 there was a UK guy that made it to the top 10 Billboard with "The Birds and The Bees" Before that, in the 1950s, there was the Temptations. Before that- 500,000 seller by Dean Martin.
  • 1963 or 1964 there was a UK guy that made it to the top 10 Billboard with "The Birds and The Bees" Before that, in the 1950s, there was the Temptations. Before that- 500,000 seller by Dean Martin.
  • Was it Bobby Goldsboro with the song "Hello Summertime" - it was the Coca Cola song in 1974 or thereabouts (not sure if it was Bobby Goldsboro but it sounded like him)
  • "Big Rock Candy Mountain," which has been covered by various artists (Roger Miller, Tex Ritter, etc.)
  • Sounds like "The Birds and the Bees" by Jewel Akens and covered by a lot of people.
  • That song might be the world's most covered song...(?) In about 1964 I was singing the version popular at the time and my parents heard me. They thought it was pretty funny that the song was seen as a "new" song. Sam Cooke sang it in the early 60s, Dean Martin sang it before that, and who knows who sang it before Dean?

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