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The Oemons – Racist Romance lyrics

When I first saw you I was in awe
Took me a while to pick up my jaw
You were so pretty, fair, and tall
Had sparkling eyes that were very small
Said are you a star? ‘Cause you shine, you glow
And your complexion is yellow
But your last name with one syllable
Raised a red flag this means trouble
(trouble trouble trouble)

I can't dragon dance but give me a chance
I don't know kung fu but I know I love you
But if its not mutual, if you disagree
Then I'll kidnap your entire family

When we first spoke I got confused
How should the conversation be construed?
You looked so right but you sounded wrong
All I heard you say was ching ching chong
(ching ching chong)

I can't dragon dance but give me a chance
I don't know kung fu but I know I love you
But if it's not mutual, if you disagree
Then I'll kidnap your entire family

I'll learn how to dragon dance, please give me a chance
I'll even learn kung fu because I love you
But if it's not mutual, if you disagree
Then I'll kidnap your entire family

If you won't LOVE me
Get out of my country
If you won't LOVE me
Get out of my country



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