"Asian Adjacent" as written by and Margaret Cho Grant Lee Phillips....
Do people ask you what you are
Because your eyes
and your hair are dark?
Or you're not exactly white
But I can't say you're black

Your friends say you are polite
and the girls always got your back

I wondered what the look on their face ment
I think you are asian adjacent

You might be a Mexican
or a Cherokee
Or perhaps you're just a nice racial potpourri

You got one of those faces
And almond shanty eyes
You could be from lots of places
Like Alaska or Ha-Ha-Hawaii

I wondered what the look on their face ment
I think you are Asian adjacent
Asian Adjacent

You're busy, not complacent
Is it because you are Asian adjacent?
Asian adjacent

You're immigration must be resent
You manners are so, so decent
Sometimes you speak with a slight accent

Always eternally young
You'll never look ancient
You are racialy ambivalent
Asian adjacent

I wondered what the look on their face ment
I think you are Asian adjacent
Asian adjacent

You're making pickles in your trace
Is it because you're Asian adjacent?
Asian adjacent


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