Poison Ivy" is a popular song by American songwriting duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. It was originally recorded by The Coasters in 1959. It went to on the R&B chart, on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and in the UK. This was their third top-ten hit of that year following "Charlie Brown" and "Along Came Jones". The song discusses a girl known as "Poison Ivy".
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Information about poison ivy, oak, sumac and the skin rashes they cause. Using a weed eater to remove poison ivy will result in spraying your legs with poison ivy. If you are barelegged and get scratches while splattered with sap from poison ivy, you may be headed to the emergency room. The most dangerous way to come into contact with poison ivy, oak, or sumac is by breathing smoke from a fire burning any of those plants. This happens often in California brush fires. But people have gotten very sick from breathing smoke from campfires and fireplaces where these plants are burned.
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Poison Ivy, a golden harem sphinx, a sheen of perspiration over her alabaster body. Sweat streaks her guitar as she plays keen bloodnotes. It’s a smoking, fuzzy, wild sound, full of an intensity that lies halfway betweebn sexual stimulation and demonic possession. So wrote Jas Obrecht in the pages of Guitar Player magazine in 1990: 14 years after The Cramps formed and Kristy Marlana Wallace became guitarist Poison Ivy.