Just Because Music: Brewer and Shipley’s “One Toke Over The Line”

Heard this on the radio today and, once I remembered how much I liked this song, I wanted to share it with you.  I’ve never quite understood the lyrics, which were written as a subversive joke (I always thought it was “one toe” over the line), but I still like it:

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  • neocon hippie

    And then there’s this classic performance of the song:

  • lee

    Ah, neocon hippie! That song will certainly never be the same for me! Nor will the Lawrence Welk Show Thank you for the link. I will treasure that video, if not till my dying day, at least for a very long time. My face hurt from laughing. My husband thinks I’ve lost my marbles….

  • http://bookwormroom.com Bookworm

    I always associated Welk with “and a-one, and a-two.”  I’m going to have to revisit this whole thing now….


    ROFL – Lawrence Welk and Tune On, Turn In, Dropout. The man must be rolling in his grave along with the bubble machine.


    Oops, Turn On, Tune In.

    Bookworm HELP, I need a larger font for posting. Must have been my eyes watering from all the gigggles. 

  • Gringo

    This was not the first example  of Lawrence Welk doing his version of some current hits.