En morgen her på Honolulu
det var der jeg møtte Lulu
fire hoder, søtten bein
og fire hoder elsket meg
og søtten bein gikk tur med meg

på Wai-kiki

dudududududdu dididi

ja det var tider det!

men å dra til Honolulu
for å spille horn med Lulu
kan jeg ikke gjøre mer
for turen har blitt altfor dyr
ja alt er dyrt, nå selv for dyr
men hva gjør jeg?

dudidudidi

jo jeg synger om Lulu

en morgen her på Honolulu
det var der jeg møtte Lulu
blomster hang rundt halsene
hun så på meg og kysset meg
hun spilte bondesjakk med meg

på Waikiki

dudidudidi

ja det var tider det


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    General CommentI love this song. It's so whimsical. It puts me in a happy mood each time I listen to it. It's very cute.

    Someone on Sondre's forum posted a translation of the lyrics into English. I'll post them here too since I think it gives a better understanding of the song.

    One moonlit night in Honolulu
    It was there [that] I met Lulu
    Four heads, seventeen legs
    And [those] four heads loved me
    And [those] seventeen legs took a walk with me

    In Waikiki

    lalalalalalala lala

    Yes, those were the days!

    [But] to go to Honolulu
    To play [the] horn with Lulu
    I can no longer do
    [Because] the trip has become too expensive
    Yes-everything is [too] expensive, even for animals
    But what do I do?

    lalalalalalala lala

    Yes-I sing about Lulu

    One moonlit night in Honolulu
    It was there [that] I met Lulu
    Flowers hung around the necks
    She looked at me and kissed me
    She played chess with me

    In Waikiki

    lalalalalalala lala

    Yes, those were the days!
    lissy3676on October 14, 2007   Link

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