This song makes reference to the kind of people that you might find in the armed services, and the way in which they attempt to treat girls which they procure for their amusement. It makes reference to the monster from the U.S.O. [Which] is an abbreviation for United States Overseas.
[Going all the way] is an expression that was used in the 1950s to indicate having sexual intercourse. It is an archaic expression which is used to generate laughter.
["Where did your brassiere go?"] means that the brassiere has disappeared mysteriously in the dark of the theater.
The monster is the character that they are watching on the screen at the time.
Essentially performed as on "Chunga's Revenge", accounting for obvious differences in instrumentation. Though this is amazingly enough a frequently played number on this tour, it also appears during the legendary "Flo and Eddie returns" 11/19 show, and thus is performed as it was always meant to be performed (though where is George's trombone when we need it?).
Jon Naurin writes- "Also played as part of an oldie medley at the 9/29 encores. Essentially performed the way the 76/77 (and the Flo & Eddie bands) played it." The oldie medley consisted of "Road Ladies", this, "Daddy Daddy Daddy", and "Do You Like My New Car?"
[Note from Ulli The Fish: There is no "Do you like my new car?" in this show - this is the end of "Daddy, Daddy, Daddy".]
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