PuPu’s family moved to a small island in Hawaii when he was very young. Upon his arrival, he met Lelei (a young mongoose), and they instantly became best friends. As they grew older, they grew closer and closer, and eventually fell in love. One night, at a big party, when both families were present, they announced their plans to get married. Both families were enraged! Neither family supported interspecies relationships. They gave PuPu the opportunity to renounce his love; he refused, and was exiled, disowned, stripped from his title and inheritance. Rather than move away, he camped in the woods a few miles outside the village, and became a vigilante. He kept an eye on the village and protected his family and friends from bad guys. He remained invisible, anonymous, and alone. Eventually, the villagers figured out that he was protecting them, and invited him to return, and granted him permission to wed Lelei. And as they say, “They lived happily ever after…”
from Kidz These Daze,
track released June 10, 2020
Composed by Bill Stevens. Performed by Casey & The Comrades, featuring Nick MacDaniels (spaced out guitar).