Hawaiian tropic dark and a bottle of jack in the Cadillac
as I drive down the highway
you aren't coming back and I know that now
so I let the wind hit me in my face

every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish

your red Hawaiian shirt and your hair jet black
hanging round with your friends, by the track
baby, you can't come back from being that bad
just to sit at home, pledge allegiance to the flag

every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
you told me this, now you're gone

copacabana, yes in my party dress,
i’m shimmering in love on that crystal meth
a Coca Cola kid, rollercoaster child
you're my everything, give me that baby doll smile

every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
you told me this, where is mine?
every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
you told me this, were you lying?

and the velvet Elvis and the rosaries
and your white Corvette under willow trees
you the one from me, my one true king...

every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
you told me this, now you're gone
every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
you told me this, now you're gone

I remember party dresses
I remember party dresses

every man gets his wish, every man gets his wish
but sometimes it comes too late...


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Hawaiian Tropic song meanings
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