"Kids in Catalina" as written by and William Joseph Ricchini....
Ungah-ooh (x16)

Dig your feet into the sand
Wade the ocean, take my hand
Mom and dad have gone away

Walk through flames to douse the lust
As the daylight turns to dusk
And the houseboats light bay

Swept away from native shores
Walk the plank, the diver’s board

Sorry sir, but I was told
That these straights were paved with gold
Island plates won’t break away

Sarah’s sore from chewing gum
Drunk on Diet Coke and rum
Blue sarong and brown beret

Tonight we sail painted pastel
Goodbye sun and sea and shell

Ungah-ooh (to fade)


Lyrics submitted by kellymac23

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