So, Louie was a young gun, famous ABBA-man son
Everywhere he went fortune came along
But this Obi Wan
Was to be undone
Louie was a high school captain of the team fool
Always found a new exception to the rule
An audacious jewel
Sammy Davis' cool
Years come and go
But memories of her
Sets soul aglow

Eldorado High, won't you let me linger
On memories of better days
A desperado sigh, from a tired sinner
Whose yearning heart you set ablaze

Then Louie turned a conman, educated coke fan
peanut butter tan, the alley cat imam
He was Shere Khan
In the frying pan
Now Louie is a long gone memory and sad song
Probably went back to where he once belonged
But I could be wrong
It was me all along
Come rain and snow
Memories of her
Sets soul aglow


So here we are Mr. B, in the ivy league debris
But the school in the sun taught us one thing
That the show must go on


Lyrics submitted by iron_city

Eldorado High song meanings
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