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Song Parodies -> "We Are Japanese"

Original Song Title:

"We Are Siamese"

Original Performer:

Lady And The Tramp

Parody Song Title:

"We Are Japanese"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Picture two japanese businessmen stepping into the whitehouse in the 1980's as Ronald Regan is taking a nap, They want to buy America!
We are Japanese if you please!
We are Japanese if you don't please.
Ronald Reagan will you please wake up?
If you do not you are one dumb f____!

See the World Trade Center with its towers high,
I would like to go up there for a piece of pie!
And once inside for a small fee----
The right tower for you, the left for me!

This White house is mighty fine,
With all the chairs in a stright line.
And after this talk you do not want to sell....
Then you and Nancy can go straight to hell!
Just then, Senior Bush walks in. Both commit Hari Kari and thats the end of that.

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Pacing: 2.3
How Funny: 2.2
Overall Rating: 2.1

Total Votes: 10

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 2   1
 3   1
 4   2
 5   1

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Ingeborg S. Nordén - January 28, 2005 - Report this comment
Decent pacing, but the topic's dated and the "Japan's taking us over" sentiment borders on racism. 4-2-3.

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