Hot fun in the summertime
(yeah bow bow bow)
Hot fun in the summertime
(yeah yeah yeah)

End of the spring
And here she comes back
(hi hi hi hi) (yeah)
Those summer days those summer days

That's when i had most of my fun back
(hi hi hi hi) (yeah)
Those summer days those summer days
(bow bow bow do doop)

Aww we can bum bum where we want to
(bow bow bow do doop)
Hey we're out of school
(bow bow bow do doop)
County fair in the country side
(bow bow bow do doop)
And everything is cool
(bow bow bow do doop)

(bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
We can do what we want to
(yeah bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
Out of school
(bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
We can do what we want to

First day of fall and there she goes back
(bye bye bye bye) (yeah)
Those summer days, those summer days
(bow bow bow do doop)

Aww we can bum bum where we want to
(bow bow bow do doop)
Hey we're out of school
(bow bow bow do doop)
County fair in the country side
(bow bow bow do doop)
And everything is cool
(bow bow bow do doop)

(bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
We can do what we want to
(yeah bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
Out of school
(bow bow bow)
(hot fun in the summertime)
We can do what we want to
Yeah yeah yeah

(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
Yeah yeah yeah what we want to
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)
(hot fun in the summertime)
(bow bow bow do doop) (yeah)


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