"Wolf Call" as written by and Baum Giant....
Flip, flop with kay-eye
What a cutie pie I see
Oops, shoopa, doo-wah
Lips of honey that's for me

Shim, sham, shimmy
I might forget you, baby; there's no doubt
I saw you standing 'gainst the wall
I whistled and I gave my all
Now don't tell me you don't fall
For that wolf call

Just a little kiss'll put me in a whirl
I'll never whistle, dearie, at another girl
You love me well, we'll have a ball
Why do you try to stall?
Now don't tell me you don't fall
For that wolf call
For that wolf call
For that wolf call

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"Wolf Call" as written by Bill Giant Bernie Baum


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    General CommentThe first line of this song is puzzling, at least to me. I'll suggest that the word that sounds like "kay-eye" may be "kiyi." Kiyi is a kind of coyote call. Since I assume the coyote is a relative of the wolf, a coyote call isn't a bad fit for the song. That said, "Flip, flop with kiyi" doesn't provide any more meaning. Perhaps it's just part of two lines of nonsense lyrics in the first verse and the first line of the second, except that I think it's intending to use real words and not gibberish.
    EricVonZipperon May 26, 2013   Link

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