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"Teenie Weenie Boppie" was an anti-LSD song written in 1968 by Gainsbourg and voiced by France Gall, recently covered by Free Kitten.

It has been described as "a bizarre tune about a deadly LSD trip that somehow involves Mick Jagger."

French text

Teenie Weenie Boppie est une chanson de France Gall. Elle est initialement parue en 1967 en EP et ensuite en 1968 sur l'album 1968.

Développement et composition

La chanson a été écrite par Serge Gainsbourg. L'enregistrement a été produit par Denis Bourgeois.

Liste des pistes

EP 7" 45 tours Teenie Weenie Boppie / Bébé requin / Chanson pour que tu m'aimes un peu / Made In France (1966, Philips 437.358 BE, France)

A1. Teenie weenie boppie (2:56)
A2. Chanson pour que tu m'aimes un peu (2:25)
B1. Bébé requin (2:41)
B2. Made in France (2:45)<ref name="ultratop.be - France Gall - Teenie Weenie Boppie" />





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