Eddie Money confirms that his 1982 radio and MTV hit “Shakin'” includes one of George Carlin’s seven dirty words

Dan from Squirrel Hill's Blog | 7/3/1982 | Staff
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In 1982, Eddie Money had a hit on the radio and MTV with his song “Shakin’.”

Today, most online sources cite one of the song’s lyrics as:

Shakin - End - Night

We did some shakin’ ’til the end of the night.

But long before the internet existed, I knew that the words were something else.

Shakin - Misheard - Lyric - ****

In “Shakin’,” there’s an ostensibly “misheard” lyric where you sing “Her **** were shakin’,” but come on, you were definitely saying that, right?

You know what? Nobody noticed it and [my manager] Bill Graham was so, so pissed off at me because he said that could’ve been a Top Five single, and “you and your sophomoric **** bullshit, now I can’t get it on the radio.” But when I talked to people, they go, “I loved it when you said that! Wow!”

Radio - Version

You didn’t make a clean radio version?

No, there was never a radio version because...
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