Do it
If I only had a little pad
If I only had a little pad
In Hawaii
Eh uh eh uh eh eh eh eh eh

Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm

Dit do do, da da da do do, dim duh did doo
Did did did doo dim duh dumb did doo do do

Sure would like to have a little pad
In Hawaii

Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm

Dit do do, da da da do do, dim duh did doo
Did did did doo dim duh dumb did doo do do

By the sea that's where I'll build a pad
In Hawaii

Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm
Mmmmmmmmmm


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Little Pad Lyrics as written by BRIAN WILSON

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    In these current days is in the shops "The Smile Session" and apart from saying that it is such an experience to listen,song like this ("Little Pad")and "Gettin' Hungry" are great missing. Moreover the "Smiley Smile" version of "Wonderful" is as much intriguing and intense as "Smile session".

    GAGAUMPAon November 11, 2011   Link

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