"Unintelligible at any speed."
I'll just let this one speak for itself:
"Louie Louie," written by Richard Berry in 1956, is one of the most recorded songs in history. The best-known, low-fidelity version was a hit in 1963 for the Kingsmen. For decades, stories have circulated that the song contained obscenities.
In a letter sent home with McCord students, Dawning had said that "Louie Louie" was not appropriate for Benton Harbor students to play while representing the district -- even though the marching band was not going to sing it.
But she reversed herself Thursday after consulting with parents.
Personally, my favorite part was the paragraph that mentions the FBI--they spent 2 YEARS studying "Louie, Louie"?! My taxes pay for stuff like that!?