Muu Muu (MArlin Spike Werner) I lost my bride in the muu muu department Down among the calico. My aloha shirt is so wet with tears that The flowers are starting to grow; I searched the chintz And the paisley prints And polka-dots in a thousand tints Since I lost my bride in the mu'u mu'u department Down among the calico. When my wahine does a hula in her ha'u skirt It really drives me up the wall. But alla that's lost when she does it in her muu muu And I can't see nothin' at all... I see her head and arms And a fancy sheet An' once in a while I get a peek at her feet 'Cause ev'ything's lost when she does it in her muu muu And I can't see nothin' at all. The missionary ladies put wahines into muu muus Evangelizing haole shame Da kanes and wahines in aloha spirit Play a very different game: We let the sunshine through It's the way we do Let it shine right through so we can see who's in the mu'u mu'u, 'Cause da kanes and wahines in aloha spirit Play a very different game. The Princess Papooli dresses opaque Down among the calico; Her motives are transparent Cause she's always on the make, Steppin' out in calico; A veiled glance A nibbled lip A bump and a grind or a far flung hip-- The Princess Papooli is always on the make Steppin' out in calico. -- Copyright 1988, by Marlin Spike Werner -- SW
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