"The Hula Maiden" as written by and John Mark Eitzel....
Well I got into Waikiki
And I spend my time up in the hotel room
No sunburn for me
No friends no family

Yes, I see the view
Well I think I seen it somewhere before
Curled up on the sand
Curled up on the floor

And the hula maiden says,
(The hula maiden says)
"I'll give you everything for free."
(Give you everything for free)
"Ooh, you're as hungry as the tide."
(You're as hungry as the tide)
"That's drowning me,
That's drowning me,
That's drowning me."

Well I took my big free ride
I went out to the big barbecue
And I got smashed on the beach
Yeah, I was thinking about you

This is my big aloha
Brought to you from the Volcano State
Where they serve up your soul
For 3.99 a plate

And the hula maiden says,
(The hula maiden says)
"I'll give you everything for free
Oh Sugar, you're as hungry as the tide."
(You're as hungry as the tide)
"That's washing over me,
That's washing over me,
That's washing over me."

And the hula maiden said,
(The hula maiden said)
"Oh Darling, I see it in your eyes."
(I'll give you everything for free)
"What you doing over here, beautiful?
Did you come here to die?"
Or," she said, yeah, she said, "Did you come here to buy?"

Well, this my big aloha
Coming to you from the Volcano State
Where they lose track of your soul
And never bring you your spaghetti plate


Lyrics submitted by azkm

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