"Korean Parents" as written by and Randall Stuart Newman....
Kids today got problems
Like their parents never had
Neighborhood's dangerous
And the public schools are bad
Holding out distractions, so irresistible
The hours fly by
No work gets done

Some Jewish kids still trying
Some white kids trying too
Millions of real American kids
Don't have a clue
Right here on the lot
We got the answer
Product guaranteed to satisfy

Korean parents still say
Say that you not all you want to be
Say you got a better environment
Work at school is not going well

Korean parents still say
Say you need a little discipline
Someone to whip you into shape
They'll be sticklers, they'll be fair

Look at the numbers
That's all I ask
Who's at the head of every class
You really think they're smarter
Than you are
They just work their asses off
Their parents make them do it

What a load off your back that will be
No tears, no regret
Never forget who sent Fido to the farm
Greatest generation
You're parent's aren't the greatest generation
So sick about hearing 'bout the greatest generation
That generation could be you
So let's see what you can do
Korean parents and you


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"Korean Parents" as written by Randy Newman

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing

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