My weight is 300 pounds
My favorite is beef jerky
I'm a vagabond, I'm a vagabond
My mom says, "You are kinky!"

Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours

Lay down here, baby
Just relax, honey

My baby horse is Jennifer
What a beefy hip!
She has a fine coat of fur
What shiny hair!

Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours
Who cares? I don't care!
A horse's ass is better than yours

Let's eat carrots together until
Let's eat carrots together until 


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Beef Jerky Lyrics as written by Yuka Honda Miho Hatori

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    Who cares? I don't care! A horse's ass is better than this song.

    Okay, this song is better. I actually enjoy this song; mosty singing along...

    Who cares? I don't care! A horses's ass is better than yours!

    kickmagneton April 10, 2006   Link
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    this song rocks. no joke

    it's so random which makes it so wonderful hahaha "She has a fine coat of fur What shiny hair!" wtf?

    ichiban1818on December 17, 2007   Link
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    Shes talking about her big lesbian girlfriend, Jennifer, and how they "eat carrots" together. Carrots are dildos, by the way. And her shiny coat of fur is her cho-cha hair, guys and gals.

    mikeypaintson March 31, 2008   Link
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    i think it's an allegorical love song between two horses

    browsacookiemonstaon June 11, 2010   Link
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    its kind of ironic that cute little pixie sized miho starts this song saying she is 300 pounds. its no doubt about sex but im sure horses have nothing to actually do with it specifically. its hard to think its about fat people having sex but then again miho is a very abstract lady and may have some weird sexual fettishes such as watching fat people have sex. im sure the meaning is more hidden than this but it doesnt matter how much drugs i take, i cant figure this out

    grazmataz71on November 08, 2014   Link

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