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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-23-2012, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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was reading their wiki for background on the band like why they had a 13yo drummer, etc


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Geffen Records refused to release the song "Yellow Fever" because of its graphic lyrical content about Asian women.[12] Examples of the lyrics from "Yellow Fever" include "like an oriental rug 'cause I lay her where I please, then I blindfold her with dental floss and get on my knees" and "Oh me Chinky, she's so kinky, got me hot like Nagasaki, burnin' up like napalm burstin' like an a-bomb."[13][14] In response, Jimmy Pop told Yahoo! Launch that the Gang's lyrical matter of the song was not intended to be taken seriously.

“ I think on the first record there's stuff that [offended people]… Really we're not trying to shock anybody, we're just saying things that we laugh at," he explained. "That was always the idea. The same things that we talk about on the bus are the same things we put on our records. On the first record we had lyrics like, 'There's little children unattended, let me get some poison candy,' which to me, that isn't very good.[13]
I cant believe that they had to say that their song was not meant to be taken seriously.

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Call the song Jungle Fever and switch out all the stereotypical lyrics for watermelon, fried chicken, and big lips then watch Jesse Jackson protest.

Or switch it out for rice and beans, sombreros, and Chihuahuas and see if the Mexicans have a shit fit for someone jumping over their burrito.

It doesn't matter if it's serious or not.
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"Why would I want to stay friends? - its like getting raped by Clowns.....again"- AWESOME

Wild you mentioned these guys - The below song came on when i was getting my hair cut this morning and I thought of the genius of their lyrics....


"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming WOW, what a RIDE !!"
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No actual video, but the song is funny

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Hooray for boobies, my first intro to them. Thought my abs were going to rip out laughing so hard. Best lyrics ever.

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This one gets sung out loud at least once a year at my house.


aut cum scuto aut in scuto

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This one gets sung out loud at least once a year at my house.
I cant control myself with this song.



I HAVE to sing it when I hear it, and for some reason, I tend to yell the lyrics.

Its best with the windows rolled down.

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I got trashed with Jared at the Metro years ago. I had a portable breathalyzer and we went around getting girls to blow it at the bar. That's how I found out the weak thing maxed out at 1.2. We both started out there.

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