"Bell Bottom Trousers", words and music by Moe Jaffe in 1944, was a song re-written in the Big Band WWII era to rally encouragement and support for the troops, recorded by at least three different artists before the end of the war and shooting to the top of the charts continuously. But the song was a spin-off of an already legendary sea-faring sailor camaraderie classic bawdy folk song. Instead of being about a left-behind-at-home girl enamored with a sailor who, of course, wears bell bottoms, it is about a sailor who "conquers" a woman through rather forceful means... the word "rape" is even used. Check out the Wiki page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Bottom_Trousers_(commercial_song)