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by Dean Friedman
1977 - Pop
Lyrics by: Dean Friedman
# Debut Chart
26 Apr '77 Hot 100

Lyrics

Way on the other Side of the Hudson Deep in the Bosom of suburbia I met a young girl She sang mighty fine Tears on my pillow And Ave Maria Standing by the Waterfall in Paramus Park She was working For the friends of BAI She was collecting Quarters in a paper cup She was looking for change And so was I She was a Jewish girl I fell in love with her She wrote her number On the back of my hand


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I called her up I was all out of breath I said, come hear me play In my rock and roll band I took a shower and I put on my best blue jeans I picked her up in my new VW van She wore a peasant blouse With nothing underneath I said hi, she said Yeah, I guess I am Ariel, Ariel We had a little time We were real hungry We went to Dairy Queen For something to eat She had some onion rings She had a pickle She forgot to tell me That she didn`t eat meat I had a gig in the American Legion hall It was a dance for the Volunteer Ambulance Corps she was sitting in a corner Against the wall She would smile and I melted all over the floor Ariel, Ariel I took her home with me We watched some TV Annette Funicello and Some guy going steady I started fooling around With the verticle hold We got the munchies So I made some spaghetti We sat and we Talked into the night While channel two Was signing off the air I found the softness of her mouth We made love The bombs bursting in air Ariel, Ariel Ariel, Ariel Way on the other Side of the Hudson Deep in the Bosom of suburbia I met a young girl She sang mighty fine Tears on my pillow And Ave Maria Tears on my pillow And Ave Maria Tears on my pillow And Ave Maria

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