album: "Night In The Ruts" (1979). Remember (Walking In The Sand)" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
A. Remember (Walking In The Sand). Written-By – G. Morton. B. Bone To Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy). Written-By – J. Perry, S. Tyler. Producer – Aerosmith, Gary Lyons. 1979 CBS Inc. Taken from the Columbia Lp: "Night In The Ruts" FC 36050.
Comes in CBS/SONY sleeve with one page sheet (with picture cover and lyrics and info on the back). Taken from the LP: "Night In The Ruts" 25AP-1601. Misprint on back cover. 2nd song incorrectly called "Bone To Bone (Coney Island Fish Boy)" Correct title is printed on the 7" label. Other Versions (5 of 8) View All. Cat.
Coney) bone to bone screaming (Coney) she be screaming (Coney) Yeah, yeah, yeah. In town Get back in town Get back, a get down Get back in town Coney! She'd be screaming (Coney) Best believe it (Coney). About Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy). 3. 6. Reefer Head Woman. 7. 8. Think About It. 9. Mia. Home. Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy) Lyrics.
Bone to Bone (Coney Island White Fish Boy). Chip Away The Stone.
Ooooh, runnin' with the pack Ooooh, and never lookin' back Ooooh, know's just where he's been That Coney Island white fish boy's Been there and back again. Sixteen years with his boardwalk queen And at steeplechase, she used to wet his dreams She combs her hair, that flamin' jewel Streaked with Clorox bleach Coney gettin' down and dirty Snortin' up the beach. And she'd be screamin' (Coney) And she'd be dreamin' (Coney) Go get 'em Coney. Coney), Bone To Bone screamin' (Coney) She be screamin' (Coney)
Remember (Walking in the Sand)", also known as "Remember", is a song written by George "Shadow" Morton. It was originally recorded by the girl group The Shangri-Las, who had a top five hit with it in 1964. A remake by Aerosmith in 1980 was a minor hit. There have been many other versions of the song as well. Morton was looking to break into the music business, and went to the Brill Building in New York City to see an old girlfriend, Ellie Greenwich, who had become a successful pop songwriter.