A middle school marching band in Benton Harbor, Michigan was banned from performing Louie Louie. The Associated Press reports that the school superintendent thinks the song is inappropriate, even though the band is playing an instrumental version. There are many variations of the lyrics floating around, but, according to the Louie Louie Pages, the following rendition was apparently (one of several) transcribed in 1964 during a 30-month FBI investigation:
Oh, Louie Louie, oh no
Get her way down low
Oh, Louie Louie, oh baby
Get her down low
A fine little girl a-waiting for me
She's just a girl across the way
We'll take her and park all alone
She's never a girl I lay at home
At night at ten I lay her again
Fuck you girl, oh all the way
Oh my bed and I lay her there
I meet a rose in her hair
Okay, let's give it to them right now!
She's got a rag on I'll move above
It won't be long she'll slip it off
I'll take her in my arms again
I'll tell her I'll never leave again
Get that broad out of here!
Link to Associated Press article
UPDATE: To further point out the idiocy of banning the song, several readers ask that I post the "real" (and quite tame) published lyrics of Louie Louie by Richard Berry. From The Straight Dope:
"Louie Louie, me gotta go. Louie Louie, me gotta go. A fine little girl, she wait for me. Me catch the ship across the sea. I sailed the ship all alone. I never think I'll make it home. Louie Louie, me gotta go . Three nights and days we sailed the sea. Me think of girl constantly. On the ship, I dream she there. I smell the rose in her hair. Louie Louie, me gotta go. Me see Jamaican moon above. It won't be long me see me love. Me take her in my arms and then I tell her I never leave again. Louie Louie, me gotta go." (By Richard Berry. Copyright 1957-1963 by Limax Music Inc.)"