Wooly Bully is the debut studio album by the band Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs; released in 1965 on MGM Records SE-4297 (stereo). It was released following the success of their hit Wooly Bully, and contains a mixture of cover songs and original compositions. It is an early example of Tex-Mex music that was also being popularized by groups like Sir Douglas Quintet, Freddy Fender and ? and the Mysterians.
Their Second Album (Ju Ju Hand). 1966 Li'l Red Riding Hood. Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs. Wooly Bully (Re-Recording). Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs. Li'l Red Riding Hood.
Wooly Bully (Album Version).
Uno, dos One, two, tres, quatro. Matty told Hatty about a thing she saw Had two big horns and a wooly jaw Wooly bully, wooly bully Wooly bully, wooly bully, wooly bully. Hatty told Matty: "Let's don't take no chance Let's not be L-seven, come and learn to dance. Wooly bully, wooly bully Wooly bully, wooly bully, wooly bully. Matty told Hatty: "That's the thing to do Get you someone really to pull the wool with yo. Originally based on lyrics from The Hully Gully and intended to have the same title, MGM Records told them they couldn’t use the title. Sam changed it to Wooly Bully, which was the name of his cat. "Wooly Bully" Track Info. Written By Domingo Samudio. Release Date January 1, 1965. Every Woman I Know (Crazy 'Bout an Auto). Mary Lee.
I assumed Wooly Bully referred to Matty glimpsing a man flashing his privates in public and sharing her discovery with her sister.