If The Beatles Were Japanese

Kaiju… Don’t make it mad.

It takes a city and makes it flatter.

Remember to shoot it straight in the heart.

Then you can start to stem the slaughter.

Kaiju… Best be afraid.

Though it’s filmed in low resolution

The minute its scales start to glow white

You know a fight’s the best solution.

And any time it feels pain, Kaiju eats planes.

It’s teeth are big and blunt like boulders.

And know you know how far Kaiju can fling poor you

Whenever his primal temper smolders.

Raarrrraaaarraarrr rar rar rar raaaar…

Rar rar rar raaaaaaarrrrrr… Kaiju.

Mitsu, don’t let me down.

You’re for some reason a robot pilot.

Remember to punch it right in the heart

So school-kids can start to sing together. (For whatever reason)

So fight it out and knock it down, Kaiju’s renown

Will suffer a bit after your meeting.

Don’t fret, Mitsu, that only you can fight Kaiju

And dish out an asian island beating.

Ha ha ha, ha, ha ha ha… HIYAAA!

Kaiju… he’s going down.

Falls in Tokyo Bay and makes stuff wetter.

The credits are just beginning to roll

But don’t take a stroll… the sequel’s better.

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju!

Rah, mama, and a hiyaa! Guess what we saw? Kaiju 2!

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One response to “If The Beatles Were Japanese

  1. Beth

    Best Hey Jude parody ever

    Liked by 1 person

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