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I feel I'm burning up with fever
But the fire's feeling really good tonight
And it's alright
I'm gonna see Sahara Jack and Suntan Sally
Somebody tells me even Tommy's coming down tonight
If Gina says it's alright

I'm gonna see those Senoritas
Lying under the sun
They're greasing it up
With know I want to be their blanket
Gonna tell every girl
Hey, baby... You're the one...

Oh tell the boys I'm on my way
I got the radio blasting in my old man's Chevrolet
I got a party in my pocket cause you know I just got paid
And I'm feeling fine, it's 99 in the shade
I'm feeling fine, it's 99 in the shade

When the sun goes down that's when the street heats up
Senorita Margarita fills your empty cup tonight -
She make you feel alright

A good time here don't cost much money
Just a little sweet talking and a pretty native honey
And you're set for life
Or one hell of a nigth

I'm gonna see those sons of beaches
Out there living it up the surf
And the sand,
Man that life ain't so tough
So get me in the action so I can tell
Every girl she's the one

Oh tell the boys I'm on my way
I got the radio blasting in my old man's Chevrolet
I got a party in my pocket cause you know I just got paid
And I'm feeling fine, it's 99 in the shade
I'm feeling fine, it's 99 in the shade



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