Sam Levine came from Odessa
Where he was a fine pants pressa
He really knew to make a crease
When he got his education
In the field of dancipation
His life took on a brand new lease

It's a scream how Levine does the rhumba
You should see how his fat belly shakes
He laughs and he shouts "Ay Ay Carumba!"
But at night he complains his back aches
Since he vacations south of the border
Everyone has to call him "senor"
He thinks he's a real caballero
Since he learned what his maracas is for
(He really shakes 'em)

The band does dum-diddy-um-dum
Levine goes ay-diddy-ay-dy
Ane then he makes with a break
And hollers "Solid, Jake!"

Oh a dream taught Levine how to rhumba
'Twas the daughter of Panco O'Neill
She gave him six lessons and her telephone numbah
And that's how Levine got the fell
(Of the rhumba)

The band goes dum-diddy-um-dum
Levine goes Ay-diddy-ay-dy
And then he makes like a top
But he forgets when to stop

Oh Levine is the life of the party
'Cause he always seems to be so inspired
He puts his heart and soul into the rhumba
But when he goes home, he says he's too tired
(to do his duty)

His wife complains that her ballroom shriek
Has lost his whole work technique
She says her Don Juan don't wanna'
He keeps promising Manana
Oh Levine is the life of each party
He's such hot stuff he sure lets off steam
But his wife says at night she needs radar
To get that Levine on the beam
Cause Levine gives his all to the rhumba
And leaves nothing for Mrs. Levine
She needs a boarder
To stand in
for Mister
Levine.


Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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