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Flash Flood

The Lyrics

See?I can do the Italians,too!
We are a very proud nation,see
Our boot-shaped country is a perfet reality
We gave you pizza and ice-cream
But you think of us as gay and ugly

We are proud people
We treat each other equal
We came here first,so you can bite us

You can't just deny it
You can just cry it
That we are better than everyone forever

So please stop making fun of us
Sure we are great lovers
You know you like our pasta
But you can keep your gangstas

Eros Ramazzoti
Tiziano Ferro
And of course,don't forget me,Jovanotti

We're nice,we're not meanies
We got Laura Pausini
And a bunch of others that you probably don't know

Forget Slovenia
Forget Croatia
Forget the turbofolk sluts in Bosnia and Serbia

Oh,mamma mia!
We're un fantasia
And one day we'll conquer the whole world forever


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