South Seas Scene / Hawaiian War Chant

South Seas Scene /
Hawaiian War Chant

Tid-Bettes: This tropical medley was first made famous by the ever tasteful Vickie Eydie during her Around The World Revue.  It was later taken over by Vickie’s reincarnate Delores DeLago, for her Revue Tropical.  

South Seas Scene
(Rik Carlok)

In the south sea island of Tawanga
I let myself go
What a beautiful setting for romancing
And the palms sway too and fro
And the island men are so handsome
They make you really know
What it’s like not to be left lonely
As they sing soft and low

Hawaiian War Chant
(Ralph Freed, Leleiohaku, Johnny Nobel)

If you’re cracking up
From having lack of shaking up
If you’re cracking up
From having lack of shaking up
If you’re cracking up
Why don’t you pack it up
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love

Two-Three-Four
Aaaahh-Way
Lack-of-nookie’s-got-me
Aaaaahh-Way
Come-on-I-wanna-lay-ya
Aaaaahh-Way
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love

South Seas Scene (cont.)

They took me down by the waterfall
They showed me their island ways
They gave me beautiful flowers
And pretty good island leis
I forgot about what was right
And I learned what was very bad
But now I am the princess of the island
And they make me feel very glad

Hawaiian War Chant (con.t)

If you’re cracking up
From having lack of shaking up
If you’re cracking up
From having lack of shaking up
If you’re cracking up
Why don’t you pack it up
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love

Two-Three-Four
Aaaahh-Way
Lack-of-nookies-got-me
Aaaaahh-Way
Come-on-I-wanna-lay-ya
Aaaaahh-Way
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love
That’s right
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love
That’s right
You got to find yourself
A crazy kind of love

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