"Hi, Hi, Hi" was a single by Wings that was banned by the BBC for its supposedly suggestive lyrics. The BBC also assumed that the title phrase, "We're gonna get hi, hi, hi" was a drug reference.
The specific sexual line objected to is the apparent phrase "get you ready for my body gun"; McCartney has said that the correct lyrics are "get you ready for my polygon", an abstract image, and later, "The BBC got some of the words wrong. But I suppose it is a bit of a dirty song if sex is dirty and naughty. I was in a sensuous mood in Spain when I wrote it.". It became a concert favourite in the Wings' live shows.
The single peaked at number ten in the US in January of 1973. The B-side, "C Moon" was a reggae song that reached number five in the UK where "Hi, Hi,Hi" was banned.
=M= says: this and "Eat at Home" and "This One" are the best Macca has made after the Beatles.
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