Gray hair,
Glasses,
Suitcase.
Humble,
Clever,
And constantly working for peace.

Uganda,
Congo,
And the Oslo treaty plan.
Oh my God, what a plan.

Not as famous as Gahr Stare,
Not a daddy's boy like Jens.
But when handgrenades are flying,
There's just one man you can trust.

When there's war and all is hell,
Send in Jan Egeland!
The United Nations superhero man!
Mad dictator with a gun,
Send in Jan Egeland.
Oh, how I wish..
I was Jan Egeland..

Blue eyes,
Firm hands,
Nice legs.
Clean shaved,
Body,
Drinking his protein shakes.

Spray-tan,
Skin cream,
And buttocks like he was eighteen.
He's a peacekeeping machine..
And he stares into the mirror,
Flexing muscles in the night,
And he says: "Boy, I think you're ready..
..to protect some human rights".

When there's war and all is hell,
Bring in Jan Egeland!
The United Nations superhero man!
He plays golf with Kofi Annan,
And looks at maps with George Cloon.
Oh, how I wish..
That I was Jan Egeland!

Egeland (Egeland)
Egeland (Egeland)

When he's sad he goes to funerals,
In unusually heavy rain.
Large amounts of water in his face,
But that doesn't hide his pain.
He breaks down just like a homo,
And starts crying just like a girl.
But I guess you can cry and still be a man,
If your day job is saving the world!

When there's war and all is hell,
Send in Jan Egeland!
He's a macho musclepumping..
Crying god!
If there's one man you should trust,
It is the Janny-boy!
Oh, how I wish..
That I was Jan Egeland!


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Jan Egeland song meanings
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