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Saragossa Band – Aiko Aiko lyrics

Aiko
Aiko one day
Aiko Aiko one day.
Aiko -

My grandma and your grandma were sitting by the fire.
My grandma told your grandma I'm gonna set your flag on fire.

Talking 'bout hey now
Hey now
Aiko Aiko one day

Jackomo fino anane
Jackomo fino anane.

Look at my king or just to ray
Aiko Aiko one day.
I bet you five dollars and
You kill your day - Jackomo fino anane.

Talking 'bout hey now
Hey now
Aiko Aiko one day
.. .

My grandma and your grandma

My grandma told your grandma

Hey now
Hey now
Hey now
Hey now

Aiko Aiko one day

Jackomo fino anane
Jackomo fino anane.

Talking 'bout hey now
Hey now
Aiko Aiko one day
.. .

My flagged boy and your flagged boy sitting by the fire

My flagged boy told your flagged boy I'm gonna set your flag on fire

Talking 'bout hey now
Hey now
Aiko Aiko one day
.. .

See that guy all dressed in green
Aiko Aiko one day

He not a man
He's a rubbin machine - Jackomo fino anane.

Talking 'bout hey now
Hey now
Aiko Aiko one day
.. .



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