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Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot is a very unique, odd, and CARAZY song, performed in 1981 by the Swedish musical group Caramba. It involves a lot of repetitive chanting/singing of extremely strange nonsensical phrases of words. Here are the entire lyrics to the song, recorded down as phonetically accurate as I could.

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot ... (Num)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut ... (Num)
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot ... (*cough* Num)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut (Num)
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)


Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Nummm

A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Nummm

A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (Ahah Zoogle Hah)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num (Baww)
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (BOoOoOOo!)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num (Aw?)
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Num)

A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)


Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (HO! OH! HAH!)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut (BlBBlBB BA!)
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Bahanum)

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot ... (Wah, wah, wah!)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut (HAHHHHH!)
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Bahanum)


Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (D'aww..)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Nummm

A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Nummm

A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Num (Anum)

Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (UMmGmHmnGHGmgm...)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot (Ovah Ovah Bolee Bolee)
Ebba Hooba Zut Zut, Anum num
A Hoovapa hoovapa, avap hoovapa, Anum Nummm



Needless to say, it's quite different. There are actually two versions of this song performed by Caramba. They sound nearly the same, but only with the one version can you follow the provided lyrics word for word throughout the entire song. Don't worry, though, it's all good.

I first heard this song on a fan-made music video, which pieced together video clips from the anime "El-Hazard" in a rather creative fashion. You can find both video and mp3 on the Internet, if you look around.

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