"Hula Girl at Heart" as written by and Roger Guth Peter Mayer....
She owns a window to the ocean
She has a pipeline to the sky
But earthly creatures rarely notice
When guardian angels pass them by

Like a gecko behind a painting
With hidden wisdom to impart
In a world that needs more dancing
She's a hula girl at heart

Photograph shows, she is lovely
Her bare feet are a work of art
Her fragrance speaks of Frangipanni
Yes, she's still a hula girl at heart

With her pen and watercolors
Drawing fish and butterflies
Children always seem to conjure
Images they recognize

In the land beside the ocean
Where romantics seem to dwell
Destiny can set in motion
Ripples that turn into swells

She knows how to face the music
She knows where the magic starts
In a world that needs more dancing
She's still a hula girl at heart

Song sing slow
Days gone by
Time can't keep her
Nor can I

She has worn a wealth of costumes
Hula skirts to wedding gowns
Lived in cities walked through jungles
Always sees the sun go down

In this age of teeming tourists
Fellow travelers know her well
The darling of deserted beaches
Adds her rhythms in a shell

Her sensual and easy motion
Seems impossible to chart
In a world that needs more dancing
She's still a hula girl at heart


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"Hula Girl at Heart" as written by Peter Hagen Mayer Jimmy Buffett

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    General CommentI love this song, even though I wish it was performed by someone other than Buffett. The lyrics are self-explanatory. I didn't know what to buy a man who could purchase anything he wants, so for his birthday I gave him a $10 Hula Girl for the dash of his Challenger...bought on clearance for $2.15:-) I'll have to play him this song once he's over the flu and back around....
    NooContacton August 07, 2012   Link

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