‘The Story of Billy’ by Will Pan (Pan Weibo)

Wilber Pan (aka Will Pan, Pan Weibo) released his latest album The Story of BILLY on August 31st, 2012. The eponymous song is based on Wilber Pan’s research about multiple personality disorder. The name of the song is related to The Minds of Billy Milligan by Daniel Keyes.

Music Video:

Composer: Wilder Pan/Pan Weibo
Lyrics: Wilder Pan/Pan Weibo
Singer: Wilder Pan/Pan Weibo

Lyrics (Original Chinese, Pinyin Romanization, and English Translation):

RAP:
我是我 他是我 你是我 那我是谁
wǒ shì wǒ tā shì wǒ nǐ shì wǒ nà wǒ shì shuí
I am me, he is me, you are me, then who am I?

我是他 我是你 我是我 那我是谁
wǒ shì tā wǒ shì nǐ wǒ shì wǒ nà wǒ shì shuí
I am him, I am you, I am me, then who am I?

我是我 他是我 你是我 那我是谁
wǒ shì wǒ tā shì wǒ nǐ shì wǒ nà wǒ shì shuí
I am me, he is me, you are me, then who am I?

我是他 我是你 我是我 那你是谁
wǒ shì tā wǒ shì nǐ wǒ shì wǒ nà nǐ shì shuí
I am him, I am you, I am me, then who are you?

 
CHORUS #1 :

体内的细胞正在蠢蠢欲动
tǐ nèi de xì bāo zhèng zài chǔn chǔn yù dòng
The cells in my body are ready to do something

不知名的面貌在异度空间领域瞬间转动
bù zhī míng de miàn mào zài yì dù kōng jiān lǐng yù shùn jiān zhuǎn dòng
An unknown appearance swirls in alien space

异样的眼光全都注视着我
yì yàng de yǎn guāng quán dōu zhù shì zhe wǒ
Peculiar looks are all projected towards me

不知情的请你小心
bù zhī qíng de qǐng nǐ xiǎo xīn
Those who don’t know what’s going on, please be careful

因为我可能无法承受 太多 太多
yīn wèi wǒ kě néng wú fǎ chéng shòu tài duō tài duō
Because I probably can’t stand too much, too much

 
这是我身体但我发现我却不是唯一
zhè shì wǒ de shēn tǐ dàn wǒ fā xiàn wǒ què bú shì wéi yī
This is my body, but I’ve found that I’m not the only one [in here]

各个个体都在分离
gè gè gè tǐ dōu zài fēn lí
Each individual is separate from each other

几时几何几个聚集在我 心底
jǐ shí jǐ hé jǐ gè jǜ jí zài wǒ xīn dǐ
When, how, and how many have been gathering at the bottom of my heart?

说什么是黄金比例 他们分明喜欢角力
shuō shén me shì huáng jīn bǐ lì tā men fēn míng xǐ huān jiǎo lì
They say something is like the golden ratio, but apparently they just like wrestling [with each other]

如何能同体共存成为唯一的习题
rú hé néng tóng tǐ gòng cún chéng wéi wéi yī de xí tí
How they can coexist in the same body has become the only problem [to solve]

 
我有个秘密秘密 藏在我的心里心里
wǒ yǒu gè mì mi mì mi cáng zài wǒ de xīn lǐ xīn lǐ
I have a secret secret, hiding in my heart of hearts

本尊他毫无详情不知谁现身的时机
běn zūn tā háo wú xiáng qíng bù zhī shuí xiàn shēn de shí jī
The body has no idea who will show up at what time

请你不要告密 我随时会爆发
qǐng nǐ bú yào gǎo mī wǒ suí shí huì bào fā
Please don’t give the secret away, I can explode anytime

你看的是我 但你看到并不是我
nǐ kàn de shì wǒ dàn nǐ kàn dào bìng bú shì wǒ
What you’re looking at is me, but what you see is not actually me

你面对就是我 但我早就已经不是我
nǐ miàn duì jiù shì wǒ dàn wǒ zǎo jiù yǐ jīng bú shì wǒ
Who you’re facing is me, but I already stopped being me long ago

 
CHORUS #1

 
CHORUS #2:
谁谁谁 我到底是谁
shuí shuí shuí wǒ dào dǐ shì shuí
Who who who, who on earth am I?

谁谁谁 我到底是谁
shuí shuí shuí wǒ dào dǐ shì shuí
Who who who, who on earth am I?

 
时间几点几分当时我到底哪个你 又躲在哪里
shí jiān jǐ diǎn jǐ fēn dāng shí wǒ dào dǐ nǎ gè nǐ yòu duǒ zài nǎ lǐ
At what hour and what minute and who on earth was I at that time? And where were you hiding?

请你不要再逼我 请相信我听不懂
qǐng nǐ bú yào zài bī wǒ qǐng xiāng xìn wo 3 tīng bù dǒng
Please don’t push me, please believe that I don’t understand

我也都看不清 离开了光明
wǒ yě dōu kàn bù qīng lí kāi le guāng míng
I can’t see clearly either, having left the light behind myself

颠覆了黑夜白天你的尊重决定我的在场证明
diān fù le hēi yè bái tiān nǐ de zūn zhòng jué dìng wǒ de zài chǎng zhèng míng
Night and day overturned, your respect determines the evidence of my prescene

 
SO 慢慢 抽离开AND GO
SO màn màn chōu lí kāi AND GO
SO slowly, withdraw AND GO

或快快 唤醒后自由
huò kuài kuài huàn xǐng hòu zì yóu
Or quickly, wake [me] up and [I’ll] be free

谁存活 谁逃脱 我该只属于一个我
shuí cún huó shuí táo tuō wǒ gāi zhǐ shǔ yú yí gè wǒ
Who survives? Who flees? I should only be one

 
别太多 BODY BODY
bié tài duō BODY BODY
[I] don’t want too many BODY BODY

不要再 MOVE MOVE
bú yào zài MOVE MOVE
[I] don’t want to MOVE MOVE

哭笑 酷肖 哭笑不得
kū xiào kù xiào kū xiào bù dé
Crying and laughing are just like not knowing whether to laugh or cry

SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT SHOUT

 
CHORUS #1

 
CHORUS #2

 
RAP

 
CHORUS #2 x2

Wilber Pan aka Will Pan album cover

Wilber Pan album poster

The “crazy” version of the song—Wilber Pan performed ‘The Story of Billy” with friends at singer Christine Fan‘s house during an NBA halftime break:

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  • Jeff

    stick to Japan bashing – not gay musicians

  • XiaoHei

    So faaar yet so near!!!

    • Jeff

      hahaaha YES you were SO CLOSE!

  • BigJ

    Wait a minute……..that chicks a dude????…..

  • Rod

    Why is it cool to reach out to the camera so it becomes out of focus? What are they grabbing for? I don’t get it.

    • Barack Obama

      Ask that douche kopykatkiller, he’d probably know

      • Rod

        Haha. That’s right.

  • Young Man

    What an awful peice of shit.

    tried to like it, I really did.

  • Sharillon

    Somehow the message of the song and the video do not quite fit. I mean, they have so many camerangels that just put the idol into the best position.

    I really hate this tampering to the idolfans. Sometimes I really like some music-artists in their first album but then in their second album you can see the company behind the artist really wanna “sell” it to the obnoxious idol-fans..

  • Cleo

    He wrote a song about crazy people who talk to themselves in the subway? Is this a hit song because I wouldn’t think Chinese music consumers would be happy with these lyrics?

    Vincent “The Chin” Gigante would have gone into the prison system immediately if he had been Chinese.

    • anon

      The music video struck me as being epileptic, which might fit what the song is based on but it wasn’t very catchy to me and I have a hard time imagining it becoming very popular since it is rather difficult to KTV to. However, you have a popular Taiwanese pop idol and a music video inspired by K-Pop. It’ll do fine. Generalized lyrics about being uncertain or torn by one’s identities? That’ll do find for young Chinese consumers too. It’s very teenage.

    • Jack Fancy

      Makes perfect sense for the Nine Zero Hoe generation…

  • Cleo

    One of the reasons I wouldn’t like to live in Asia is this kind of crude herky jerky noisiness – the HK news from nexttv.com starts off noisy for a few seconds. I can’t really listen to Psy’s Gangnam style too much.

    And yes, I AM glad that I’m not young any more because this kind of raucousness irritates me.

    I was born to live in a senior citizen apartment building – totally quiet and civilized. This song is a MESS.

  • LVL

    I’d like to see something about the current protests against Japan, the looting, fires set etc…

    • anon

      Don’t look here then. If it isn’t popular on the Chinese internet, it won’t get covered. What you’re hearing is mostly from the Western media. Coverage of anti-Japanese behavior on the Chinese media is controlled because that sort of public nationalism may sometimes be useful but more often than not destructive for what the Chinese government itself wants. Most of what you’ll see on the Chinese internet about the Diaoyu Islands is actually really generalized stuff.

      • tai wai

        Is there a forum that openly discusses Chinese issues, and not “what pop songs Chinese Netizens like today” fluff?

  • Nick in Beijing

    I wonder if they will write a song about the senkaku islands, and smashing up Japanese products next.

    • linette

      Nick in Beijing, you are crazy. You are anti chinese.

      • fenqing basher

        Yeahh what is wrong with Nicks statement?
        Why dont you relocate to where you belong and continue posting here about you joyfull live.

      • bigJ

        Linette, If stupid chinese people are out and about smashing cars and nintendos and shit, what makes you think they won’t write some hate song and smash shit in a music video? That shit would sell like hot cakes to chinese people.

      • El Puma R.

        I agree with fenqing basher, Linette, i think it’s time for real chinese artists to start writing some real songs. Chinese people themselves are more anti chinese than anyone else. No wonder why they’re just wasting their country away and going abroad once they’re bored of it.

        • El Puma R.

          PS: Again, I didn’t even dare to check the music video. I already know it sucks, completely.

          • linette

            it’s a song he wrote about multiple personality disorder. It sounds like any other hip hop song. They all sound alike.
            Although I do like LMFAO. I think they are funny and their music very catchy.

          • linette
          • Rod

            A song about multiple personality disorder? They must really be desperate for song themes.

            Maybe he should write a song about being retarded.

        • linette

          Asian music industry don’t promote musicians. The East asian and South east asian audiences only like packaged plastic surgery hip hop idols. Their music companies plagiarize songs from the west and hire western dance choreographers to choreograph the dance moves for these idols. These plastic surgery idols who are non musicians perform in front of screaming teenage girls and house wives. This problem is not only limited to the china music industry. It’s all over Asia.

          You will not likely to find musician like Jay chou who graduated from a university studying music. and started playing piano at age 4 and can now play 8 different instruments. Who also compose and produce all his songs. You will not find musical band like Beyond who composed and produced all their songs and play live on stage a live band.
          Not many musicians like that in Asia. The Asian audiences don’t know how to appreciate them.

          • Charles

            @ Linette – you are joking right?

          • anon

            That’s just pop music in general, not just Asia. It’s consumerism.

          • mormollio

            You say that, but do you really sit down and listen to any Asian music groups? I’m not saying parts of this aren’t true, but you’re making such a negative generalization. There are many talented idols and Asian musicians…

      • bigJ

        I think Nick in Beijing makes some of the most level headed comments on here. Why would you say he is anti-chinese? If anything you are concidered anti-chinese by most chinese because you live in America.

        • Jahar

          He’s anti-Chinese because he doesn’t support Chinese completely, and he has criticizes them. Some people don’t understand that we, in the west have the ability to criticize something without hating it.

          I think it comes from the Confucianism ideal. Same one that makes them obey and believe their parents/grandparents/government unquestioningly.

          • linette

            No jahar, by reading all the opinions and post by most of you folks here, You and most of you guys are racist against chinese people. Very anti chinese. And when the Chinese people don’t agree with you on certain topic you resort to calling us nationalist blindly follow the china gov’t. So you are ignorant and discriminating. When the chinese people criticize the western gov’t, you say is due to confucianism ideal.
            Most of you guys are hypocrites. Look at yourself in the mirror before you open you mouth. Use your brain if you can.

          • jeffli

            I’m in a taxi yesterday and the taxi driver gives me lip because I support Japan!
            I asked him what country he thought I was from? AMERICA
            his reply:-
            Oh all white foreigners are the same!

            at the airport a guy toppled over an elderly foreigner, didn’t stop to help, no-one helped I was furthest I went over to help.

            Chinese don’t treat the elders on the community well.
            Chinese have no sense of family now.

            TELL ME THIS IS NOT RACISM, GO-ON !
            AT LEAST IN WESTERN COUNTRIES WE ACKNOWLEDGE THERE IS RACISM – BUT CHINA? OH NO! CHINESE ARE PERFECT AND NEVER RACIST.
            FED UP WITH THIS SHIT FROM CHINESE!
            I’M NOT AMERICAN!
            STOP TRYING TO CHEAT PEOPLE! – OH THEY DON’T?
            I SAY ONE WORD +++MELAMINE+++

            A LOT OF FOREIGNERS ARE LEAVING BECAUSE OF THIS SHIT!
            REMEMBER THEY CAN, YOU CANNOT YOUR’E STUCK WITH THIS MESS!

            OUR BUSINESS OPERATIONS IS MOVING TOO, (MANY OTHERS) LESS FOREIGN CURRENCY FOR CHINA!

            YOUR GOV. IDIOTS CAN KEEP BASHING WOMEN AND CHILDREN,
            POISONING FOOD AND WATER,
            DRIVING CARS OVER LITTLE CHILDREN
            SPILLING HALF ROTTING HUMAN CADAVERS ON HIGHWAYS

            ACTUALLY LET THERE BE A F’KN WAR IF IT KILLS SOME OFFICIALS!

          • Capt. WED

            Jeffli,

            you just listed things you saw on this website. what is your point? Your point is CHina sucks? Of course it sucks. Some of the issues is related to the culture. But a lot of it is because it’s simply developing. (How many times do I have to repeat this shit??? I’ve said the same thing over and over and over from day one day one.) Can you tell me what other country had zero issues when it was developing? Should we examine what industrializing England was like? Industrializing America? I really don’t understand what your point is.


            TELL ME THIS IS NOT RACISM, GO-ON !
            AT LEAST IN WESTERN COUNTRIES WE ACKNOWLEDGE THERE IS RACISM – BUT CHINA? OH NO! CHINESE ARE PERFECT AND NEVER RACIST.
            FED UP WITH THIS SHIT FROM CHINESE!

            What is the point of this? The way the west is is because of historical reasons. I always hear “everyone immgriate to whtie country but there is no immigration into none white country”. But white country has a historical reasons for turning out the way it is right now–the west colonized the world. Then there is civil rights. Okay let’s go over this one more time. Civial rights developed in the west for historical reasons beginning the 1800s all the way up to a climax in the 1960s. It is the way it is because of all sorts of converging conditions. You say hur dur Xinjiang Ren. LOL. Really? IN the 1920s 1930s China was getting ready to be butt fucked by the Japanese while all the war lords were butt fucking each other. That’s the right condition for civial rights for the Xinjiang Ren. Also simply lookup the history of XinJiang. Then there is white master where are the civil rights for us expat English teacher???

            Duuuuuur durrrrrrrr durrrrrrrrr durrrrrrrrrrr durrrrrrrrrrrrr durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

          • Capt. WED

            Washington Post opinion piece reads: Why is the Arab world so easily offended?

            Chinsmack everyday: Why is China expat so easily offended?

            WHY???

            OMG I’m in a developing country it’s not developed!!! WHYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

          • Rod

            @Linette – Can you imgaine the shit people would say if this was americaSMACK?

          • tai wai

            He’s anti-Chinese because he doesn’t support Chinese completely

            This. A foreigner criticizing China is a racist, an ethnic Chinese criticizing China is a traitor.

            “You’re either with us, or you’re against us.” It’s pointless to try and argue, there is no gray area with these guys, only black and white thinking. Splitting.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_and_white_thinking

            Splitting creates instability in relationships, because one person can be viewed as either personified virtue or personified vice at different times, depending on whether he or she gratifies the subject’s needs or frustrates them. This along with similar oscillations in the experience and appraisal of the self lead to chaotic and unstable relationship patterns, identity diffusion, and Other-directed mood swings.

            Now, doesn’t that sound like the love-hate relationship that China has with the West, writ large? To be either admired and envied, or scapegoated and hated?

          • bigJ

            Capt. WED
            Yeah, some of your comments were pretty good there:) for real…no joke..developing countries have their problems. I admit I was somewhat spoiled in the sense that being from Canada having rights to vote and other freedoms that people take for granted. In China white people get treated pretty fucking good. Sure we get ripped off sometime buying things and a few other small things…but nothing serious. I get looked at alot and well I understand becouse they don’t see white people everyday like I see Chinese, blacks and every other race on a day to day basis in Canada. I’m kind of getting off topic here.

            China would be a great place for chinese if they could just handle the curruption….every country even good ol’ Canada has curruption…but China it’s 10 fold. The higher ups are not accountable for anything they do….it’s like a place where curruption can thrive. Other then that…China is all good to me. :)

          • Brett Hunan

            Haha Rod, sometimes it becomes americaSMACK

          • Jennster

            i agree with linette. the whites bashing the asian men, chinese culture and people in general is 50% criticism 50% inferiority complex of knowing their time is over in this century. there is a chinese saying: we know we are doing something right hen others start bashing us, or something like that. i am sure many other races reading this site can differentiate between china bashing and china criticism.

            btw thanks foreigners :)

      • donscarletti

        OK, Nick in Beijing is anti-Chinese, whereas Linette in USA is an all-red, flag wavin’ Chinese patriot.

        • tai wai

          It’s not a double standard, if that’s what you mean.

          No matter where she lives, she is Chinese. No matter where he lives, he isn’t. She’d be allowed to criticize China, where he would not, no matter what.

          OK, yeah, actually, that is a terrible double standard.

    • Capt. WED

      we should get a few pointers for bands in the west who’s very good at writing these sort of songs. Maybe we should call up that guy who shot up the sikh temple.

      • Kukuku

        Alright but let me do the talking. He won’t understand a word you say.

      • donscarletti

        It was quirky and original when Indira Ghandi did it. When that American guy did it, it was more like “meh, seen that”.

        If he gets nailed by some bodygards over this I’m just going to yawn.

  • elizabeth

    Lol! The look on Blackie Chen’s face when he realized that Christine Fan had entered the room is priceless.

    • BigJ

      Who the fuck is Blackie Chan??? LOL

      • Jennster

        ‘hei ren’ from taiwan. fan wei qi is his wife.

  • bigwin80

    lyrics

    Ching Chong Chung Chang
    Shing Shong Shung Shang
    Ping Pong Ting Tang

    roflmao

    Chinese is the worst sounding language ever. It sounds like someone throwing pots and pans down a flight of stairs. Singing pop songs in Chinese should be a feature show on comedy central.

    The songs music style is also a rip off of K-pop. Too bad the Chinese language does not work on such music genres. China should stick to what it does best, village folk music-

    • Capt. WED

      How’s it being the descent of Japanese conscript labors?

      Shabi dang le 3000 nan Zhong Guo he Renben zhong jian the ji ba gou. Que bi.

      • bigwin80

        I’m not Japanese you chinaman.

        • Jennster

          “Shabi dang le 3000 nan Zhong Guo he Renben zhong jian the ji ba gou. Que bi.”

          Translation: dumb cunt was 3000 years slave dog between japan and china.

          • bigwin80

            “Ching chong jjanke pung ping shur sha bao chung choong chang”

            Translation: dumb chinks delusional interpretation of history.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Salsu

            Your ancestors make excellent fertilizer for the Korean peninsula.

    • linette

      hahaha…I didn’t know korean people understand music. I thought they only knew how to plagiarize music from western countries. The koreans mistaken thinking that being a musicians simply mean getting tons of plastic surgery and at least know how to move your arms and legs on stage. Not that they are professional dancers neither. They didn’t know being a musician will require you to know a thing or two about musical notes and play some instruments at least. It’s best that you compose all your music and not hire other people to plagiarize songs from other countries.

      • BigJ

        Yeah, so true. :)

      • bigwin80

        Lol China is the biggest plagiarism country in the world. Look at all these songs they plagiarized-

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIoRmVEMfKI

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7b_2Uf7ERkc

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xa6_PGHG1k

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzQTtw0VAQ0

        God danmit Chinese sounds atrocious. Korean songs sound good and are original. Chinese songs are plagiarized and consist of ching chong chang. I can’t believe any chink has the gall to accuse another country of plagiarism. Its so funny how you always bring up plastic surgery. Not my fault that youre insecure of your countries low appearance and feel the need to bring it up every single time.

        Chinese people make up 30-40% of the plastic surgery done in Korea. Korean surgeons are making a killing thanks to all the Chinese fuglies who make our country rich-

        • mr. wiener

          Koreans can do no wrong it seems.

          • BigJ

            Let me give you a whites persons view on this……..and i’m being as nice as possible….. They both fucking suck. If i was 12 year old chinese girl i’m sure it would be great.
            Even if I was into candy pop or gay pop or k pop whatever the fuck it is, Asian pop music is would be my last choice. I can’t stress that enough. It’s not because of the language, it’s just garbage. And it is just copies from western pop, which is garbage too.

            And if white people disagree with me, I would love to here from you. :)

          • bigwin80

            WHITE POWER!!!!

            *nazi salute*

          • BigJ

            :) Bigwin, who is favorite k-pop band or singer? Maybe im wrong and I will be the first to admit that. But if you can show me some good shit, and I will keep an open mind. Who is the best?

          • bigwin80

            I don’t have a favorite singer/band or even a song. It constantly changes. Right now, i’m listening to Urban Zakapa who just released new content. They arn’t as popular as the big boyband/girlbands that are plaguing Korea right now but they have actual talent. A few examples-

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5SE5Ds8d9w&feature=related

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFoCayuOaAE&feature=fvwrel

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGReh7eNTUU&feature=relmfu

            I gotta admit my knowledge of Korean music isn’t actually that deep. I know the mainstream and mid tier(popularity) singers. I know very little about the up and coming underground singers.

            What exactly are you looking for? Rap, rock, bubble gum, soul, rnb? Most people confuse manufactured K-pop boyband/girlband with actual Korean music.

          • BigJ

            I was hoping you could tell me :) I just know from girls from this company that tell me about big bang. I don’t think they actually like the music, just the guys in the band. Who is good in korea for rock bands. Im just curious to see what kind of music they play.

          • bigwin80

            I don’t follow rock that much and the popular “rock” bands are way too boybandish for my taste(FT island, CN blue, TRAX). Heres a few examples of the lesser known K-rock bands. Not sure what type of rock you like.

            Apollo 18(my personal favorite K-rock band)
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rr3-1KIwap4
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bhQt-uL_w4&feature=related

            Pia
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX-ZlWw9CWk

            Cherry filter
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omrUySShdQE

            10cm
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBHOEkIR2lA

            Yoon Do Hyun band
            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EduzIzb69M

            There are death metal, goth and other rock bands but like I said earlier, I don’t follow rock that much. You can find more info here.

            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_rock

        • rui

          stop being childish. all of those links are just a result of your confirmation bias. and whether or not Chinese sounds atrocious is subjective.
          also, your comparisons don’t have that much ground, anyway… why don’t you actually pick people who are on the same level? like instead of comparing Jay Chou to people like Urban Zakapa, why don’t you actually take a look around actual C-indie yourself before you start throwing around insults? we’ve got rock bands and indie pop artists too.

          and just saying, Jay Chou cannot be used for a rapping comparison. find an actual hip-hop artist.

          • rui

            oh btw, that was a reply to that entire little comment fight down there. sorry if I was misleading.

    • linette

      I honestly think chinese is a much better sounding language than korean. Chinese language have different tone. Sounds like music. Korean sound more harsh and they don’t have R sound in the language.

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVOCSpRq7P8

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJfGWfor-2w

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaQSrqKO4LM&feature=relmfu

    • donscarletti

      Korean language is great for pop music, because every line rymes automatically.

      Take this template four line stanza:

      XXXXXXXXXXXX습니다
      YYYYYYYYYYYY습니다
      ZZZZZZZZZZZZ습니다
      WWWWWWWWW습니다
      Wooo, happy love now!

      Wow, I feel a no 1 hit coming on. I’m going to order a consignment of fresh beats from Hyong-Woo Beats Corporation and have a fresh faced starlet shipped overnight from Young Soong Hoon Starlet Refinary and have it on the balance sheets before this quater ends.

      • bigwin80

        Hey everyone, I just mastered the Chinese language.

        Ping pong hong ting shing shur chang ching!!!!

        *thumbs up*

  • MrT

    Mongols do good hip plop.
    Gennie.

  • SokoLOVE

    Where is Eattot? I miss this crazy woman’s comments. Without her the comments are too boring…

    • MrT

      She in Japan on holiday.

  • that album cover is really well done. the composition, typography and photography really match well. also, i really like his concept for this single.

  • Jennster

    pan wei bo is shanghainese (bet you guys didn’t know that). same as wu yan zu (Daniel wu). same as ling yi lian etc etc etc.

  • Jennster

    lee hom will always be the best. no contest.

    korean may have better pop culture in general or good looking average males apparently they have the smallest dicks in asia according to some survey.

  • womo

    It’s called DID now, not MPD

    lol @ article writer

  • candice lewis

    love wilber pan..

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