Well you know I’ve tried to find some peace of mind
But don’t you know, now that’s a girl
And it seems like just the thing - if I could bring into my world, now that’s a girl!
And she Is cute, but the point is mute, until I know, now that‘s a girl!
Now I just don't want to try to deny what's begun, now that's a girl!
’Cause you know we're telling lies that I can’t buy, what's become, now that's a girl!
Well she is cute, and if it's love to boot, then I'll know, now that's a girl!
And when it comes all down to foes trading blows, don't you go, now that's a girl!
Seems big blue eyes beget lies, and don't you know, now that's a girl!
The Hi-Fives were John Denery, Christopher Imlay, Steve Faine, and Gary Gutfeld (& also Jess Hilliard, Julie Rose, Evan Mendel, and Danny Seelig). They were a underground garage-punk band in the late 1990's on Lookout Records.