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How old d'you say your sister was? (sister was, sister was)
How old d'you say your sister was? (sister was, sister was)
You know you'd better keep an eye on her (eye on her, eye on her)
Do the ronde ronde ronde do the rond rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

I heard you taught your sister the bugaloo (bugaloo, bugaloo)
I heard you taught your sister the shigaling too
(shigaling
Too, shigaling too)
Well, she can teach you a thing or two (a thing or two, thing or two)
Do the ronde ronde ronde do the rond rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

Well, she hangs out, hangs out
Every night, every night
You know you best get down here on the double
Before she gets her pretty little self in trouble
She's...so fine...so fine

I say, how old d'you say your sister was? (sister was, sister was)
How old d'you say your sister was? (sister was, sister was)
You know you'd better keep an eye on her (eye on her, eye on her)
Do the ronde ronde ronde do the rond rond
She hangs out
She hangs out

She's very, very, very, very, very fine
And she's gonna be mine, so fine
She hangs out
She hangs out



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