G-Dragon – CRAYON


GET YOUR CRAYON
GET YOUR CRAYON
Head, shoulders, knees and toes
Swag check swag check
Head, shoulders, knees and toes
Swag check swag check

I’m still second to none yes I’m a pretty boy
I fly around, so fly, I’m a delinquent boy
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun – I’m busy, I’m a bad oppa, bad boy
I’m a G to the D Gold N Diamonds boy
Who says I’m not? U know I beez that
The DJ of the day, I’ll be Chuli, you be Miae^
Hey lady, hey lady, I’m the innocent Jiyong
Look here cutie, your boyfriend is jimotmi^^
You resemble my ideal girl so give me some
Kim Tae Hee and Kim Hee Sun oh my god Jeon Ji Hyun

* Why so serious?
Get your crayon Get your crayon
Get your cray Get your crayon
Get your crayon Get your crayon
Get your cray Get your
Why so serious?
Come on girls Come on boys Come on come on
Get your crayon crayon
Come on girls Come on boys Come on come on
Get your crayon crayon

Head, shoulders, knees and toes – swag

My credit card is black, slide it through infinitely
This song is like crack, have it on infinite repeat
For those who lost their senses, I’m a persimmon tree^^^
I have pride that won’t back down in front of snobby people
Anybody and everybody, without bias, CRAYON
Whether you’re a hot shot or a nobdy, without discrimination, CRAYON
One, two, three, four, back and forth, turn it round
Calmy, slow it down, if you’re bored, run a bit faster
Seoul, Daejeon, Daegu, Busan, as you clap your hands
And sing this song, have fun and dance together
Ringa ringa ring, change your partner
Head, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes, shake your body ROCK

* Repeat

Come on girls Come on boys
Come on Come on Come on Come on
Come on girls Come on boys
Come on Come on Come on Come on
Head, shoulders, knees and toes – swag

 


^ Chuli and Miae were a famous duo in the early nineties.

^^ “jimotmi” is slang and a shortened version of a phrase that translates to “I’m sorry I can’t protect you.” It’s used in context of someone’s unfortunate situation. For example: “Your situation sucks. So sorry I can’t do anything about it.”

^^^ Word play. The words “senses” and “persimmon” are homonyms in Korean.

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