"Agadoo" as written by Michel Eugene Delancray, Mya-micheline-helyett Simille and Francois Pierre Camille Bernheim....
Agadoo

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

I met a hula mistress somewhere in Waikiki
Where she was selling pineapple playing ukulele
And when I went to the girl come on and teach me to sway
She laughed and whispered to me yes come tonight to the bay

The lovely beach and the sky
The moon of Hawaii
The rum calypso sarong
We'll all be singing this song

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Then down on the shore
They gather romance
She showed me much more
Not only to dance

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

The lovely beach and the sky
The moon of Hawaii
The rum calypso sarong
We'll all be singing this song

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody

Agadoo doo doo push pineapple shake the tree
Agadoo doo doo push pineapple grind coffee
To the left to the right jump up and down and to the knees
Come and dance every night sing with a hula melody


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"Agadoo" as written by Mya-micheline-helyett Simille Michel Eugene Delancray

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., WARNER CHAPPELL MUSIC FRANCE

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    General CommentI can't believe nobody has commented on the meaning of this song. It is obviously a love ballad, written by a coconut. How can anybody miss the not so well hidden meanings to these beautiful lyrics.
    "I met a hula mistress somewhere in Waikiki
    Well she was sellin' pineapple, playin' ukulele
    And when I went to the girl, come on and teach me to sway
    She laughed and whispered to me, yes come tonight to the bay"

    Written by a misguided coconut who fell in love with a pineapple. He tried to shake the tree, but to no avail.
    Hannhrarianon January 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentWow... I'd never looked at in in that way, but you're quite cl4early right!
    impressive work.
    Avatar-rockon March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentYeah, the meaning is well hidden but you`ve found it alright. Although, a little cryptic, this song bridges interracial love. Yes, it talks of pineapples and coconuts . but its much the same for say an black african and a white european. Clearly the artists strive to make the world a harmonious place and had that in mind when they named the band. (lace normally being white).. i only disapointed they havent followed up with the theme, Maybe cross-polenating flowers or something?
    Come on lace... lets have another !
    LA RIVE SUNon May 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOh, A PINEAPPLE AND A COCONUT? O_o Yes, I see it know, but it's bloody weird. But If you've seen the music video, you may think different (Sarch for it on stage6.com). Hmmm, weird, but good.
    Marcus Wulfon November 13, 2007   Link

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