It’s always fair weather, when hep cats get together! And every time they meet, here’s the way you’ll hear them greet
( greet! ) A hubba-hubba-hubba Hello Dad!
Well a hubba-hubba-hubba, I just got back!
Well a hubba-hubba-hubba, let’s shoot
some breeze! Say, whatever happened to the Japanese?
Hmm a hubba-hubba-hubba, haven’t you heard?
A hubba-hubba-hubba, slip me the word!
I got it from a guy who was in the kno’
It was mighty smoky over Tokyo! A friend of mine in a B-29 dropped another
load for luck, As he flew away, he was heard to say:
"A hubba-hubba-hubba yuk yuk!"
Well I gotta go fishin’ That’s ok, we’ll give you our permission
and we’ll say, A hubba-hubba-hubba, on your way! And I will dig you later in the USA! Ta dah dah dee dee dee ta dee dee, ta
dah dah hi hi hi tee dee dee!
A hubba-hubba-hubba, I just got in! A hubba-hubba-hubba, well give me some
skin! Well you’re lookin’ mighty purdy Miss
Curly Locks! I’m the grand old girly of the bobby socks!
Hmm yuttata yuttata yuttaton you talk
big! Well I’m the fresh tomata you can’t dig!
Let’s have a heart to heart’a and you’ll
decide! I’m a chick what's really on the so
You knock me flat, you’re the kind of
a cat, makes me wanta blow my top: " ‘till the
end of time . . . " ( Aaaaah! )
And if you feel that way, tell me what
you say? A hubba-hubba-hubba muk muk!
Well now you’re really talkin’, you’re
no square! You can’t be from Weehawken . . . Hmm hmm Delaware!
You got a line of jive that’s really zoo!
Well I’ll dig you later, baby you’re all
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You’re the kind of cat, wears a sharp
cravat, and you really know your stuff!
If you feel that way, tell me what you
say? A hubba-hubba-hubba ruff ruff!
A getta long a little mousy with the great
big eyes, well if you’re lookin’ for a spousey,
why you’re just my size!
Mister how you love to blubber with that knock out squawk, Seems your lips are made of rubber every time you talk!
Oh no, no, no, hubba-hubba!
Yes, yes, yes, hubba-hubba!
Bop, bop, bop, hubba-hubba! A what you kno’ ( A what you kno’ ) A what you say ( A what you say ) I say I’ll dig you later baby in the USA! (This song never charted. It
was from the 1945 film "Doll Face" starring Vivian Blaine, Dennis O'Keefe,
Carmen Miranda and Perry Como.)