I eat antipasta twice
Just because she is so nice
Angelina
Angelina
The waitress at the pizzeria

I eat zuppa and minestrone
Just to be with her alone
Angelina
Angelina
The waitress at the pizzeria

Ti voglio bene
Angelina I adore you
Ti voglio bene
Angelina I live for you
E un passione
You have set my heart on fire
But Angelina
Never listens to my song

I eat antipasta twice
Just because she is so nice
Angelina
Angelina
The waitress at the pizzeria

If she'll be a my cara mia
Then I'll join in matrimony
With a girl who serves spumoni
And Angelina will be mine

C'e' la luna 'n mezzo 'o mare
Mamma mia m'ho maritari
Figghia mia a cu t' ho dare
Mamma mia pensaci tu
S'iddu nun e' lu musicante
Iddu vai, iddu vene
Sempe lu strumento a mano tene
Se ci piglia 'a fantasia
Lu strumento figlia mia

Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'
Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'
Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'
Zooma zooma, zooma zooma
Zooma baccala'

C'e' la luna in miezz'o mare
Mamma mia m' ho maritari
Figlia mia a cu t' ho dare
Mamma mia pensaci tu
Se ti piglia lu pisciaiolo
Iddu va, iddu viene
Sempre baccala' a manu tiene
Se ci piglia 'a fantasia
Baccala' a manu tiene

Oh oh oh oh mamma', bilibibop
Zooma zooma baccala', oh no, no, no
Oh, mamma, bilibibop, zooma zooma baccala'
Oh, mamma, bilibibop, zooma zooma baccala'
Zee zee, zoo zoo ah ah, eh

Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'
Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'
Oh, mamma zooma zooma baccala'

Bilibibop, bilibibop
Bilibibop, bilibibop


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