Ray William Johnson – The Stereotypes Song

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Ray William Johnson – The Stereotypes Song

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[Ray William Johnson]
You know I always thought stereotypes were kind of ridiculous so I wrote a song about it. And it goes a little something like this.

[Ray William Johnson – The Stereotypes Song]

I think I love you more than the Japanese love tentacle p**rn,
And we should dance dance dance to these stereotypes.
Let’s come together and live in this world like a unibrow on an Indian girl,
And we should dance dance dance to these stereotypes.
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance-Dance-Dance
Dance

I love those fat Americans. You know they’re so obnoxious.
They’re always eating burgers. They’re always holding shotguns.
And I love Mexicans. The way they mow my lawn.
They all got 100 kids ’cause they don’t know how to put a condom on.
Uh huh. ‘Cause that’s the way they role.
You’ve got to go big like an Israeli nose.
If you ever buy a pint for an Irish guy, they’re
Out of control like a Chinese driver.

I love the Middle East, but how do they handle
Rockin’ burkas while they’re riding camels.
I love Jamaicans. Yeah, they’re cool, but
They’re always high, so don’t let them fool ya. (yah, man)
And I love them Puerto Ricans,
Even though they wash their ass about once a weekend.
I’m just joking. If you didn’t know then
You’re a little slow and you’re probably from Poland.

I think I love you more than the Japanese love tentacle p**rn,
And we should Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance-Dance-Dance
Dance
to these stereotypes.
Let’s come together and live in this world like a unibrow on an Indian girl,
And we should
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance
Dance-Dance-Dance
Dance to these stereotypes.

Aw yeah! Let me hear you yell
If you love the outback redneck Australians,
And the crooked teeth of an English dude
Or those creepy Italians who think they’re smooth.
And how could anyone hate the French.
Yeah, I know their hairy women don’t shave their pits.
Brazilian girls is what you want,
Walking around town with that ba-dunk-a-dunk.

I love Africans, but hold up a second.
National Geographic says they’re all butt-naked.
Breasts hanging low. What have they done with their clothes.
They’ve disappeared like coke up a Colombians nose.
Uh oh! They’re all on my checklist,
Even Russian guys who drink vodka for breakfast.
They’re stereotypes, and if you believe them,
Then your brain is small like a Korean’s p***is.

I think I love you more than the Japanese love tentacle p**rn,
And we should dance dance dance
Dance
Dance
Dance
to these stereotypes.
Let’s come together and live in this world like a unibrow on an Indian girl,
And we should
Dance
Dance
Dance

I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.
I love Scotsmen though they hump sheep.

I think I love you more than the Japanese love tentacle p**n,
And we should dance dance dance to these stereotypes.
Let’s come together and live in this world like a unibrow on an Indian girl,
And we should dance dance dance to these stereotypes.

Yeah, Ha, ha, I’m just playing, you know I love you guys, but seriously don’t hump any sheep!

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