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The Monkees feat. Richard Kiel – “Good Clean Fun” – ’67

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The boys knock heads with “Jaws” – from the Bond movies.

The Monkees – “Valleri” – ORIGINAL VIDEO – ’68

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By Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. Nice to see Davy on that camera crane! (And sorry the first and last notes are chopped).

Monkees- Gonna Buy Me A Dog

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I didn’t see this song anywhere on here and I wanted to let my friend listen to this so here it is lol! Lyrics: You know my girl just called me up And she woke me from my sleep You should have heard the things she said You know she hurt my feelings deep. I’m gonna buy me a dog [A dog, a dog! Why?] ‘Cause I need a friend now. [Say, you need all the friends you can get] I’m gonna buy me a dog, My girl, my girl, don’t love me no how. She used to bring me my newspaper ‘Cause she knew where it was at. She used to keep me so contented. But I can teach a dog to do that. I’m gonna buy me a dog, ‘Cause I need a friend now I’m gonna buy me a dog, My girl, my girl, don’t love me no how

The Monkees, Mickey Dolenz Peter Tork Davy Jones Mike Nesmith talking about their career

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The Monkees, Mickey Dolenz Peter Tork Davy Jones Mike Nesmith talking about their career.

Daydream Believer The Monkees

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Need more music in your life? Download Music 100% **FREE** and 100% Legal with no restrictions by clicking the link in the description box below. Its like Napster, but LEGAL! and the link reads: download-mp3-4free.info “Daydream Believer” is a song composed by John Stewart. The song has been done by The Monkees and released in 1967 on the B side of Going Down. The song has been covered also by The Birds and The Bees. The song by the Monkees went to number 1 but was over taken by The Beatles’ Hello Goodbye. Davy Jones is the lead singer and the song (this version) is most recognised by it’s humourous beginning: Chip Douglas: “7A” (referring to the take of the song) Davy Jones: “What number is this, Chip?” Chip Douglas and others (annoyed): “7A!” Davy Jones: “Okay. I mean, don’t get excited, man. Just ’cause I’m short, I know.”