"Mango Woman" as written by and Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman....
O mango woman
Oyoy oyah mun
O mango woman
Iyoway min jum

O mango woman
Yaoy oyah rastaman -rip-
O mango woman
Oyoy I love you -yah-rip-

Get up in d'mornin'
Smokin' spear -rip-
In the river o' Babylon
I weave through the mounts of Zion

Oyoy
O mango woman
Oyoy oyah
O mango woman

Oyah y'raster
Get up in da mornin'
And see the dreaded rastaman
N' get da rastaman

Up to da mount zion
I'll introduce you to all my friends
Dis 'ere, dis 'ere is Pepe
Dis 'ere, he is a jumpalong -rip-

"Hey mon- where you come from?"
"Uh, I come from uh, New Hope"
"You smoke spliff?"
"Y-yeah I smoke spliff."

Ya oy! uh
O mango woman
Oyoy o marleyma -rip-
Mango woman

Oyah -rip-
Mango woman
Oyeah woman
Mango woman

Uyeah uip!
M-mango w-woman
Uh
Rib-bit!


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"Mango Woman" as written by Michael Melchiondo Aaron Freeman

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    General CommentThis song might have made me laugh harder during the first listen than any other Ween tune. This song is basically just a series of hilarious reggae cliches and probably the funniest jamaican impression I've ever heard.
    rubadubrason May 28, 2006   Link

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