"Theme For A Nude Beach" as written by and Kate/schneider Pierson....
Bop bop bop boodha bah da da
Bop bop bah da bah da
[Repeat]

[Chorus:]
There is a sand bar in your mind
Sand bar in the bay
Sand bar in your mind
Sand bar in the bay

There's a beach
Oh I hope it's not out of reach
It's very beautiful
Come my little peach

Together we'll go down to nude beach
Together we'll stroll on the sand
We'll stroll on the sand together
Where the air and the land meet forever
The sea, the land
A land of tan

We know a place where we are free
We throw our suits into the sea

[Chorus]

Bop bop bop boodha bah da da
Bop bop bah da bah da
[Repeat]

Please take my hand,
You are a woman
I am a man

This place is so remote, everything is revealed
It's so mysterious
Here I must stay forever

Together we'll go down to nude beach
Together we'll stroll on the sand
We'll stroll on the sand together
Where the air and the land meet forever
The sea, the sand
A land of tan

[Chorus]


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"Theme for a Nude Beach" as written by Fred Schneider Kate Pierson

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  • +1
    General Commentoh my.
    chiefhky29on April 30, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentA man wants to take his womanpartner to a nude beach and introduce her to the One Eyed Superhero
    CuteSparkinaon August 15, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentEvery song on this album breaks my heart, knowing that it was Ricky Wilson's last work. But every song also makes me smile at the band's humor and eccentric imagination. "You are a woman / Ah! I'm a man!"

    Here they imagine a nude utopia where they're free, and throw their suits into the sea. Takes on metaphysical import when you consider that Ricky knew he was dying while recording this, but kept it secret from his band mates.
    bingoboyon December 07, 2019   Link

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