I'm A King Bee

Album: The Rolling Stones (1964)
  • Well I'm a king bee
    Buzzing around your hive
    Well I'm a king bee, baby
    Buzzing around your hive
    Yeah I can make honey baby
    Let me come inside

    Well I'm a king bee
    Want you to be my queen
    Well I'm a king bee, baby
    Want you to be my queen
    Together we can make honey
    The world has never seen

    Well, buzz a while...
    Sting you bad...

    Well I'm a king bee
    Can buzz all night long
    Well I'm a king bee, baby
    Can buzz all night long
    Yeah I can buzz better baby
    When your man is gone Writer/s: JAMES MOORE
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Comments: 2

  • Susan from Waveland, MsJim Belushi does a great version on SNL too, dressed as a bee...it's a must see!
  • Harry from Truro, EnglandGreat Song ive coverd it a few times live and it seems to get the crowd going.
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