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Jimmy Buffett – Duke's On Sunday lyrics

(Henry Kapono)

People here and all over the world
Men, women, boys and pretty girls
Gather 'round by the seaside, Beach fun and tropic skies
Diamond head and palm trees, surf riders on the sea
It's the place to be, it's the place to be
One the beach at Waikiki, that's where you'll find me
Here on the southside, Beach Boys paradise

Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday

Music playing happy songs, everybody gets along
Dancing in the sunshine, groovin' in the good vibe
Down by the sea, good times will set your free
Just you and me, this is the place to be
On the beach at Waikiki, that's where you'll find me
Here on the southside, Beach Boys paradise

Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Having fun underneath the sun, just you and me

Feelin' good and feelin' right, sunset is out of sight
Another beautiful Hawaiian day, everything's gonna be ok
Let's get together and do this again
At the beach at Waikiki, that's where you'll find me
Here on the southside, Beach Boys paradise

Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday
Duke's on Sunday



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