Jennifer Jo Jo
What do you know about this world?
And why would you think it’s any better than
Your Tiananmen Square?

Oh, Jo Jo don’t you know
The same things happen here
Where people are rude and cruel and they all want to stare at you

Oh, Jo Jo you should know
The same things will appear
So whether you’re pushed or shoved or truly loved
It’s all the same
It’s all the same
And an 18 hour plane ride
Isn’t long enough to cure what’s wrong with

Jennifer Jo Jo
What do the American girls have on ya
Beyond their wide open eyes
And their straight-line locks of gold

You cut your last and your first name changed
To something pronounceable and denounceably plain
Was it from all the hang-ups
“Please, ma’am could you speak up. I didn’t catch what you”
Jo Jo you should have known
That there might have been some complications
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Y'know, most of us can barely stand a conversation
Hearing your voice
The sound of your slurry curry voice

Jennifer Jo Jo
Where do you go from here?
To another city or far away country
Five thousand miles away
It’s all the same

Oh Jo Jo you should know
You can go half way around the globe and you’ll be back home
So let's go Jo

Jennifer Jo Jo
What do the American girls have on ya

Oh Jo Jo you should’ve known!


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