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Composer: Jay Chou (周杰倫) (周杰伦)
Lyricist: Jay Chou (周杰倫) (周杰伦)

If you wear a Hawaiian shirt you should match it up with a ukulele
Otherwise you'll look like a hoodlum
If you wear a suit remember to bring a female partner
Otherwise you'll look like a parking valet

Generally I don't give rides to girls with just looks just like that
I'm not saying you're a girl with just looks, don't be mad
You say you're fragile, ding dong ding dong
Let me protect you, you understand, I understand

You want me to be careful of your bad temper
I say it's just as well I'm a bit patient
The headstrong nature of yours that you still cannot change
I just take it as a sort of cute personality

You're that ukulele by the beach
Searching for a backlight to turn the ambiguity into a silhouette
Romance doesn't have to be in that Hawaii
A beach with your footprints on it is a beautiful scenery of a lifetime

Don't cut your hair short, let it drift
It matches my 8-pack
Don't starve yourself anymore, you're too skinny
When you hold the ukulele
It's like an enlarged guitar

You don't have to wear a bikini to be enchanting
Your smile is already very kawaii
If you want to go on holiday you don't have to go to Hawaii
I've got a coconut tree growing in my home's courtyard

If you want to get drunk (drunk) drunk (drunk)
You don't necessarily have to drink alcohol (drink alcohol)
Lets toast (toast) toast (toast)
I'll get you drunk with music (how can I)