"Misirlou" as written by Fred Wise, Milton Leeds, Sidney Keith Russell and Nicholas Roubanis....
Desert shadows creep across purple sands.
Natives kneel in prayer by their caravans.

There, silhouetted under and eastern star,
I see my long lost blossom of shalimar

You, Misirlou, Are the moon and the sun, fairest one.

Old temple bells are calling across the sand.
We'll find our Kismet, answering love's command.

You, Misirlou, are a dream of delight in the night.

To an oasis, sprinkled by stars above,
Heaven will guide us, Allah will bless our love.


Lyrics submitted by TheSpartan

"Misirlou" as written by N Roubanis Milton Leeds

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    General CommentIt's probably one of the sickest songs i've ever heard.
    joecarlin19on August 17, 2007   Link
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    General Commentopp opp aahhhhhhhhhhhh

    this song is wicked awesome
    eL RichiOon December 28, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPULP FiCTiON!!!! dick dale & the del-tones have some pretty awesome songs!! [king of surfer music]
    ACEofLONELYHEARTSon May 03, 2008   Link
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    General Commentactually Misirlou is an old greek song,with lyrics about a girl named Misirlou,with the beautiful tune but not as fast and with less beat than this remix
    narcolepsygirlon January 11, 2010   Link

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