Mongoloid
by Devo

Album: Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo! (1977)
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  • Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    Happier than you and me

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    And it determined what he could see

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    One chromosome too many

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    And it determined what he could see

    And he wore a hat
    And he had a job
    And he brought home the bacon
    So that no one knew

    He was a mongoloid

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    His friends were unaware

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    Nobody even cared

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    One chromosome too many

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    And it determined what he could see

    And he wore a hat
    And he had a job
    And he brought home the bacon
    So that no one knew

    He was a mongoloid

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    Happier than you and me

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    And it determined what he could see

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    One chromosome too many

    Mongoloid, he was a mongoloid
    And it determined what he could see

    And he wore a hat
    And he had a job
    And he brought home the bacon
    So that no one knew

    He was a mongoloid
    He was a mongoloid Writer/s: Gerald Casale
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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