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Surfin' U. S. S. R. lyrics

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We got a Soviet sub she's a '79.
She's got nuclear reactorand she runs real fine.
We're loyal to the party and the party line,
But a sailor's gotta have a little fun sometime.
We were out in the Pacific where it's nice and deep
When our Sonar operator fell asleep.
Then a terrible crash waking every hand.
And we woke up stuck in the California sand.
Now here we are
Surfin' you. S. S. Are.
Malibu, you. S. A
With all the movie stars.
Yah, I'm gettin' kinda tan
Gettin' good on guitar.
Come on honey be my little com' ma sar
We don't want no nuclear fight
We just wanna have a beach party tonight
(Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo
Yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo)
(Yo yo yo yo yo yo
Yo yo yo yo yo yo)
Thought the girls were bewitchin' back in Moscow you.
'Til we saw the little hunneys here in Malibu.
One look through the prescope and we all flipped.
It was a mutiny aboard the People's Ship.
Yo's once more

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