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segunda-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2013

South Park - Prostitute Song






 Prostitute Song
South Park

Chef: Hello there, children! 
Children: Hey, Chef 
Stan: Chef, what's a prostitute? 
Chef:Dag-nabbit children! How come every time you come in here 
you gotta be askin' me questons that I shouldn't be answering?! 
"Chef, what's the clitoris?" "What's a lesbian, Chef?" "How come they 
call it a rim jub, Chef?" For once, can't just come in here and say, 
"Hi Chef. Nice day, isn't it?" 
Stan: Hi Chef. Nice day, isn't it? 
Chef: It sure is! Thank you. 
Stan: Chef, what's a prostitute? 
Chef: Uh uh! You children are gonna get me in trouble with the principal again. 
Cartman: Lunchtime! I'm starved! 
Chef: Oh my God. Eric? 
Cartman: That's me. 
Stan: Chef was just about to tell us what a protitute is. 
Chef: Why do you need to know what a prostitue is anyway?! 
Stan: Because Jesus told us that Kenny's a prostitute. Is he? 
Kenny: Yeah. Am I?
Chef: Well, no, uh of course Kenny is not a prostitute. 
Kyle: Why? 
Chef: Well, because, children, a prostitute is someone who… 
you could pay for certain services. 
Stan: Like what? 
Chef: Like keeping you company. Understand? 
Stan: No. 
Chef: You see, chidren, sometimes a man needs to be with a woman. 
But sometimes, when the lovin' is over, the woman just wants to talk and talk 
and talk and talk. 

[song]
But a prostitute is someone who would love you
No matter who you are, or what you look like. 
Yes, it's true, children.
That's not why you pay a prostitute,
No, you don't pay her to stay, you pay her to leave afterwards.
That's why I pays a lot for prostitutes! Ladies and Gentlemen, Mr. James Taylor. 

James Taylor: A prostitute is like any other woman
They all trade somethin' for sex and they do it well.
Chef: And that's why I say- 
Chef and James Taylor: Prostitutes! Prostitutes! They- 
Chef: Oohhhh [sees principal]
James Taylor, what the hell are you doin' in here?! 
Singing' about prostitutes to the children! Get out of here!