• Hot Cha, where are you?
    Everybody's eyes are closed
    I can't see why I miss you so
    So hot Cha, where are you?

    First time hot Cha went away
    A floating island was his home
    Then the phone rang off the hook
    And hot Cha had to come back home

    Hot Cha, where are you?
    Everybody's eyes are closed
    I can't see why I miss you so
    So hot Cha, where are you?

    Second time he went away
    Left the bathtub running over
    Stereo on and cooking bacon
    Never came back to tell us why

    If that honey would come back
    We would throw such a party
    Drink and cook the prodigal son
    Fondue forks for everybody

    Hot Cha, where are you?
    Everybody's eyes are closed
    I can't see why I miss you so
    So hot Cha, where are you?
    Hot Cha, where are you?
    Hot Cha, where are you? Writer/s: JOHN FLANSBURGH, JOHN LINNELL, JOHN C. FLANSBURGH, JOHN S. LINNELL
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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