"Fujiyama Mama" as written by and Wanda Jackson....
I've been to Nagasaki, Hiroshima too!
The things I did to them baby, I can do to you!

'Cause I'm a Fujiyama Mama and I'm just about to blow my top!
Fujiyama-yama, Fujiyama!
And when I start eruptin', there ain't nobody gonna make me stop!

I drank a quart of sake, smoked on a pipe!
I chased it with tobbacy and then shoot out the lights!

'Cause I'm a Fujiyama Mama and I'm just about to blow my top!
Fujiyama-yama, Fujiyama!
And when I start eruptin', there ain't nobody gonna make me stop!

Well you can talk about me, say that I'm mean!
I'll blow your head off baby with nitroglycerine!

'Cause I'm a Fujiyama Mama and I'm just about to blow my top!
Fujiyama-yama, Fujiyama!
And when I start eruptin', there ain't nobody gonna make me stop!

Well you can say I'm crazy, so deaf and dumb!
But I can cause destruction just like the atom bomb!

'Cause I'm a Fujiyama Mama and I'm just about to blow my top!
Fujiyama-yama, Fujiyama!
And when I start eruptin', there ain't nobody gonna make me stop!

I drank a quart of sake, smoked on a pipe!
I chased it with tobbacy and then shoot out the lights!

'Cause I'm a Fujiyama Mama and I'm just about to blow my top!
Fujiyama-yama, Fujiyama!
And when I start eruptin', there aint nobody gonna make me stop!


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    General CommentI can't believe no one's commented on this yet! It's amazing. I love her voice. She's such a badass.
    teenymarieon January 18, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthe song was put out on rocking with wanda in 1960.

    Fujiyama is the highest mountain in japan and a dormant volcano.Basically she is reckless and out of control like a volcano can be when erupted.

    i love this song BTW.
    mspageifunastyon September 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFujiyama Mama is an obvious reference to the atomic bomb. Notice, Nagasaki and Hiroshima. Never the less, it's just a good old honky tonk song. The Japanese realized this. Despite the bomb references this song was number one in Japan for almost forever in the early 60's. The Japanese are still performing it today.
    olson3on July 29, 2012   Link

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