Didja Get Any Onya?
Lowell: Years ago in Germany when I was a very small boy, zere was a lot of people standing around on ze corners asking questions: "Why are you standing on ze corner, acting ze way you act, looking like you look? WHY DO YOU LOOK THAT WAY?" And they ask me and I only would say: "I don't . . . I don't know, I'm just standing 'round ze corner waiting here . . . just in . . . in ze evening, and . . . and it's so nice outside . . . the night is so nice . . . why . . . are you just asking these questions . . . "
Onya onya onya onya . . .
(Onya . . . )
Players On This Song
- Lowell George--guitar & vocal
- Don Preston--keyboards
- Ian Underwood--woodwinds
- Bunk Gardner--woodwinds
- Jim "Motorhead" Sherwood--baritone sax
- Buzz Gardner--trumpet & flugelhorn
- Roy Estrada--bass
- Jimmy Carl Black--drums
- Art Tripp--drums
Records On Which This Song Has Appeared
Tributes & Cover Albums
Notes About This Song
Didja Get Any Onya? comes from The Mothers’ 1969 concert at the Philadelphia Arena. The German-accent monologue comes courtesy of Lowell George. The CD reissue features a longer ending than the original album: About three minutes of Charles Ives from the 1969 Columbia University show is tacked on.