"Yo Mamas A Pyjama" as written by Christopher Gross, Eric Schenkman, Mark White and Aaron Comess....
Yo mama!

Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends

I once knew a girl with a funky doo-wop
Spent all her money just to look like a mop

I said Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends

Yo mama's a pyjama
Yo mama's a llama
Yo mama's a pyjama

That's right!

I love myself, I think I'm grand
I like to sit and hold my hand
When I grow up I'll marry me
And somehow form a family

I said,
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends

Yo mama's a pyjama
Yo mama's a llama
Yo mama's a pyjama

[solo]

Yo ma, yo pa, yo greasy grandma,
She got a big behind like frankenstein,
She go beep beep beep down sesame street.

Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't no good
Yo mama's a pyjama and she ain't got no friends

That's right yo,
Yo mama's a pyjama,
Yo mama's a llama
And yo daddy's a caddy
An' you sister's a blister

Ain't she sweet;
She's walking down the street
Ain't she sweet,
She get-a get on down the street
Ain't she sweet,
You mama down the street
Ain't she sweet,
She sashay down the street,
Ain't she sweet,
She's walks on down the street,
Ain't she sweet,
She get-a get on down the street, yeah

Yo mama, Yo mama, Yo mama's a pyjama
Yo mama, Yo mama, Ohhhh, Yo mama!

I ask you very con-fidenti-al-ly


Lyrics submitted by DjangosClouds

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    General CommentThis tracks always made me laugh. It borrows some lyrics from elsewhere:

    Ain't she sweet,
    She's walks on down the street,
    I ask you very con-fidenti-al-ly

    And some of it's lyrics have been borrowed too: the 2nd verse was used word for word in the song "U.G.L.Y." by a pop group called 'Daphne and Celeste'.

    I always loved the verse:

    I love myself, I think I'm grand
    I like to sit and hold my hand
    When I grow up I'll marry me
    And somehow form a family

    Though, looking around the net, that appears that it may have been borrowed from elsewhere too.
    DjangosCloudson March 27, 2009   Link

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