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Jad Lenon - Happy eid Lyrics

RAMADAAAAAAAAAAN!


Imagine there is no Ramadan,
it's easy if you try
no fasting upon us
with us is only FOOD
Imagine all the people
Eating all the day!



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  1. ok, this doesn't sound good lol

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  2. "with us is only FOOD"

    You may say that I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you'll join us
    And the world will be as one

    YALLA NOW ITS SHAWERMA TIME

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  3. eh! gal i didn't pass math gal!!

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  4. Happy Eid dude!
    Someone hijacked your site to this stupid VMIX .. Or is that just advertising!?

    Yin3ad 3alik ya rab

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  5. Had to laugh at a cafe in Malaysia - loudspeaker blaring out what to us is "mosque music" - wouldn't take orders for food until the family had broken their fast (no problem there) but would happily sell us beer until then.

    After dark out came the food, their kids to play with mine, and on went the Bob Marley CDs. We were the only customers so we chatted and had a great evening with lovely people.

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