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Bang Lulu

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Bang Lulu

Bang Lulu

Bang away Lulu
Bang it good and strong,
What in the Hell will the Navy do
When good old Lulu's gone?

Some girls work in factories,
Some girls work in stores,
But Lulu works in a dockside house,
With forty other whores.

Lulu had a baby,
It was her pride and joy
Would have named it Lulu
But the bastard was a boy.

She took me to the picture show,
We sat down in the stalls,
And every time the lights went out,
She grabbed me in the ... nose.

She took me to the mountaintop
And made me on the hill,
`Cause everytime I said, "I won't"
My echo said, "I will."

I wish I was a diamond ring,
On my Lulu's hand,
And every time she scratched her butt,
I'd see the Promised Land.

Well, I asked her for to marry me,
She said, "That's very nice,
But I'll give you a better deal,
I'll let you ride half price."

recorded by Oscar Brand on Bawdy Sea Songs
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