Maybe just because I was newly washed like Barandon Walsh
you took notice of me, you thought I was a rockstar some gangster
or a bowling star I don´t belive you babe

you're not the only one who think I am a chiquita dude
well I'm afraid i'm not that rude

I took you to the A-house and even to the punk-palats
those trips made you throw up and after a few nights you took off
to the holm of asp's that's where you belong

When it comes to you it's hard to have an open mind
so I just have one advice, to say....

Walt Jabsco, Walt Jabsco now that's what I call rude
he's the man he's a super dude.


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Chiquita Chaser Lyrics as written by Fredrik Larzon Erik Ohlsson

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    wtf is a chiquita??

    gremon June 23, 2005   Link
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    Maybe it's a bit late but: Chiquita is a company that sell bananas in Sweden (and perhaps other countries to)

    Emo_Swedeon March 25, 2006   Link
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    Yes, like in Norway. :P

    I_am_Anteon September 18, 2006   Link
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    Chiquita are an American company. They probably own much of South American soil, planting bananas there. This of course means that the people in those regions starve cos they can't use their terrain for growin anything else. Fun, huh?

    Discordianauton January 15, 2007   Link
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    chiquita is a spanish word meaning small or petite girl...this song is not about bananas, I don't know what it is about but it's definately not bananas

    pilsburypunkeron March 18, 2007   Link

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