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Jan & Dean – Honolulu Lulu lyrics

Queen of the surfer girls

She's got stars in her eyes & knobs on her knees now
Her crazy grass shift really sways in the breeze now
Ridin down a-heavy you're lyin in the sand
She's the hippest surfer girl in the land

& she's my Honolulu Lulu
She's my Honolulu Lulu
Queen of the surfer girls

Well, she handles all the big ones every year in Macaja
& all the surfers know her from Ricaud to Baja
When the beach is quiet & you know were out of luck
We pray for surf while making out in our truck

Just me & Honolulu Lulu
Me & Honolulu Lulu
Queen of the surfer girls

Yeah she's my Honolulu Lulu
Yeah my Honolulu Lulu
Queen of the surfer girls

I tell you once upon a time, you know she got a little bold
When she tried to hook a spinner but her wax wouldn't hold
Over the falls stead of hangin 10
But then she'd paddle out & try it again

But she's my Honolulu Lulu
She's my Honolulu Lulu
Queen of the surfer girls

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