"Beach Party Vietnam" as written by and Joseph Genaro Dean Sabatino....
It's a beach party Vietnam
Surfin' with the Viet Cong
Cookin' hot dogs with napalm
A beach party Vietnam

Frankie and Annette were layin' on the sand
When Frank got a letter from his Uncle Sam
It said, "Get Moon Dog and all your friends
You're all invited to a"

Beach party Vietnam
Surfin' with the Viet Cong
Cookin' hot dogs with napalm
A beach party Vietnam

Hey Frankie, aren't you gonna give me your class ring?
Oh I'm afraid I can't do that, Annette
Why not?
'Cause I don't have any arms

Beach party Vietnam
Surfin' with the Viet Cong
Cookin' hot dogs with napalm
A beach party Vietnam

Annette, she wants Frankie's ring
Frankie wants Annette's thing
They're layin' on the West Coast
There's gonna be a wiener roast

The beach party Vietnam
Surfin' with the Viet Cong
Cookin' hot dogs with napalm
A beach party Vietnam



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"Beach Party Vietnam" as written by Dean Sabatino David Schulthise

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    General Comment"Cookin' hot dogs with napalm" cracks me up every time.
    The Minutemanon March 30, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General Comment"Hey Frankie, aren't you going to give me your class ring? I'm afraid i can't do that annette...why not? CAUSE I DONT HAVE ANY ARMS AHHHHHHH!"

    I can't tell you how many times i've cracked up to this line.

    This is another silly Milkmen song taking a rather lighthearted look/poke at the Americans view of war in Vietnam.
    manicmarkuson December 15, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawsome song
    jacobr8893on May 16, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Annette, she wants Frankie's ring
    Frankie wants Annette's thing
    They're layin' on the West Coast
    There's gonna be a wiener roast"

    Even funnier!
    TonyInPortlandon July 09, 2015   Link

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