The "Louie Louie" record, shown in 2003 ahead of an eBay auction, was a huge hit in the '60s. The hard-to-decipher lyrics led to some sordid speculation among teen listeners — and some fretting among those teens' parents. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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'Louie Louie': Indecipherable, Or Indecent? An FBI Investigation

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The Rev. Martin Luther King makes a statement at the Justice Department in Washington on Dec. 1, 1964 after a meeting with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Under Hoover's leadership, the FBI investigated King and his personal life for years. Bob Schutz/AP hide caption

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Nixon-Era Probe Of Dan Schorr Uncovered A Great Reporter, FBI Files Show

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