"Japanese Boy" as written by and Robert Raymond Heatlie....
He said that he loved me, never would go, oh oh, oh oh.
Now I find I'm sitting here on my own, oh oh, oh oh.
Was it somtehing I've said or done,
That made him pack his bags up and run?
Could it be another he's found?
It's breaking up the happy home.

Mister, can you tell me where my love has gone?
He's a Japanese boy.
I woke up one morning and my love was gone,
Oh, my Japanese boy, ooh, I miss my Japanese boy.

People ask about him every day, oh oh, oh oh.
Don't know what to tell them, what can I say? Oh oh, oh oh.
If only he would write me or call
A word of explanation, that's all.
It would stop me climbing the wall.
It's breaking up the happy home.

Mister can you tell me where my love has gone?
He's a Japanese boy.
I woke up one morning and my love was gone,
Oh, my Japanese boy, ooh, I miss my Japanese boy.

Was it something I've said or done,
That made him pack his bags up and run?
Could it be another he's found?
It's breaking up the happy home.

Mister can you tell me where my love has gone?
He's a Japanese boy.
I woke up one morning and my love was gone,
Oh my Japanese boy.

Mister can you tell me where my love has gone?
Mister can you tell me where my love has gone?


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"Japanese Boy" as written by Robert Raymond Heatlie

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    My InterpretationThis song is about a boy who is Japanese and also who left Aneka who is also a pop star-singer who is singing the song. (Very confusing!) A lot of people think this song is about drugs (Japanese Boy was drug-seller slang for a drug also known as very powerful cocaine in the eighties). Aneka is and was also from Scotland, which means that she spent a lot of time in nature, which also probably influenced this song.
    dibbles34on July 31, 2009   Link

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