“Lulu Lou” is a popular sheet music piece composed by Wendell Hall, an American singer and songwriter, in 1926. The song is a jaunty, upbeat tune with a catchy melody that was popular during the Roaring Twenties.
The lyrics of “Lulu Lou” tell the story of a man who is enamored with a woman named Lulu Lou, who has “two big eyes of blue.” He sings about his love for her and his desire to take her out on a date, promising her a good time and to “never let [her] be blue.”
The song was a hit during its time and was covered by several artists, including Gene Austin and Ted Lewis. It has since become a classic of the Tin Pan Alley era