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Song Parodies -> "Crowds of Weeaboos"

Original Song Title:

"Flowers of Scotland"

Original Performer:

National Anthems

Parody Song Title:

"Crowds of Weeaboos"

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The Lyrics

In case if you don't know, a weeaboo is a person who likes something strictly from Japan. This is especially for people who gets obsess with Anime, Manga and anything from Japan.
O crowds of weeaboos
When will you see
You're Japanese
That action of anime
The discomfort of our life
And you would say like:
"Kawaii desu!"
or probably "baka"
Tae your public mates.

You cosplay someone,
from anime you likely watched,
but you'll get infatuate,
Which means you can't just halt,
And you would say like:
"Kawaii desu!"
or probably "baka"
Tae your public mates.

You don't speak Japanese,
like we would care about yourself
You married a bairn girl,
from fiction and not in real life.
And you would say like:
"Kawaii desu!"
or probably "baka"
Tae your public mates.
Note: I'm not Japanese, but I do like something Japanese. But does this mean I'm a weeaboo? Of course not, but only if I get obsess with Japanese stuff. What do you think about weeaboos? Let me know in the comments below.

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