The LOUIE Blog Begins

May 5th was a very busy, crazy kinda day. I was absolutely swamped with emails all day regarding the Michigan middle school marching band story. Let’s put it this way… if I had a dollar for every email I received, I would have had a substantial chunk of money I could use towards completing this massive documentary of mine. Not that I’m really complaining. Any time some nutcase concerned citizen tries to ban LOUIE LOUIE, then it’s all good news for my project, as interest excelerates. The more of this, the better, I say….

For a couple months, I’ve been meaning to create this LOUIE blog. My usual LOUIE Report updates usually take a few months to assemble, as every time I update, it takes awhile to write up all the details, find a proofreader, and then do the HTML formatting that still doesn’t come natural to me. I like the idea that once I have my basic structure in place, I can just type up the words, without having to worry about tweaking the HTML stuff.

So, as this news of more LOUIE controversy brings more people to my site, I am finally unveiling this special LOUIE blog.

I’m sure, I’ll probably stumble around with some awkward sentences here and there, as I tend to leave out little words like “the,” “what,” or “this,” but that’s the price you pay for the immediate gratification of a blog. I’ll also have a place for folks to provide comments, which I hope won’t be abused by idiots trying to sell lame products that nobody wants.

To all those that arrived at this website for the very first time, I say “Welcome to LouieLouie.net!”

ERIC PREDOEHL
producer/ director of upcoming “Meaning of Louie” documentary
administrator of LouieLouie.net website

P.S. Bear with me as I work with the layout. Right now, it does NOT look like I want it to. If you’d like to see what I want it to look like, check out the last non-blog LOUIE REPORT page at:
http://www.louielouie.net/lou_news_2004_2.htm

6 comments to The LOUIE Blog Begins

  • Steve Winheim

    Just heard about your project today and am very intrigued. I’m 56 years old so grew during the Louie, Louie controversy. I’m looking forward to your documentary. Is it coming out any time soon?

    Thanks,

    Steve winheim
    St. Louis, MO

  • Lisa

    Could you post the lyrics on the site? I love the song but admit, I don’t know the words!!

  • Hey Eric! Glad you got the blog up and running. I’m sure you’ll get all the Kinks worked out, even if it tales all of the Kingsmen to do it. 😉

    I’m going to post about your site and the whole Louie nonsense from yesterday at my blog and add a permanent link. I’ve already got a link to your main Louie site, but a little extra pub doesn’t hurt. If you get a links section up and running and would like to link back to my blog or Louie pages, that would be cool.

    Keep up the good work.

    Andy

  • sandi

    Hi I was attending summer camp the first time I heard Louie Louie and I was 13 yrs old. My entire bunk and I would sing the song all summer and of course when we got to cetain forbidden words we would sing those louder then the rest. lol Please try to picture a group of prepubescent girls singing and giggling this hit of the summer where most of the words where unintelligible to us except……..you know!!! Thanks for this website it has given me back some great memories.

  • Verwatotiatte

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    This is final

    Ladies and gentlemen, put our hands together for the astonishing…

    Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the 8th wonder of the world
    The flow o’ the century…always timeless…HOVE!
    Thanks for comin’ out tonight
    You coulda been anywhere in the world, but you’re here with us
    We appreciate that…uuunnnh…

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    Fo’ shizzle my nizzle used to dribble down in VA
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    Fo’ sheezy my neezy keep my arms so breezy
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    But somehow, I beat them charges like Rocky
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    Therefore he doesn’t exist
    So poof…vamoose son of a bitch

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    Fo’ shizzle my nizzle used to dribble down in VA
    H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A
    That’s the anthem get’cha damn hands up
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    Not guilty ya’ll got-ta feel me
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    Yo, It starts with
    One thing, I don’t know why
    It doesn’t even matter how hard you try
    Keep that in mind, I designed this rhyme
    To explain in due time
    All I know
    time is a valuable thing
    Watch it fly by as the pendulum swings
    Watch it count down to the end of the day
    The clock ticks life away
    It’s so unreal
    I Didn’t look out below
    I Watch the time go right out the window
    Trying to hold on, and didn’t even know
    Wasted it all just to
    Watch you go
    I kept everything inside and even though I tried, it all fell apart
    What it meant to me, will eventually, be a memory, of a time when I tried so

    H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A
    LP, Jay-Z, help me out
    Oh, they havin’ a good o’ time out there
    It starts with
    H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A
    LP, Jay-Z, help me out
    Oh, they havin’ a good o’ time out there
    It starts with
    H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A
    LP, Jay-Z, help me out
    Ladies and Gentalmen
    It starts with

  • Marly

    A fantastic site, and brilliant effort. A great piece of work.