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Published on Jun 11, 2013
A celebration of Montreal immigrants who are called, in Quebec, "Allophones". Song by Bowser and Blue. Cartoons and graphics by Aislin.
Let's look on the bright side forget the doom and gloom Let's talk about the allophone in the room There are many allophones Here in Montreal Half a million allophones If we count you all I'll bet nobody ... told you That before you came When you got here we would say: "Allo be thy name" Not Franco - or Anglo - But something of your own Allo Allo Allo Allophone
Allo all-a allophones Allo how do you do? Allo all-a allophones Allo all-a you If you want to meet an allophone This is how you start Go into a restaurant And order allo carte Everyday's a holo-day On the allo-scene When you are an allophone It's always allo'een Not Franco - or Anglo - But something of your own Allo Allo Allo Allophone
There's allophones playing for the Allo-ettes They say that an allophone never forgets They're exotic, erotic, polyglotic and so Remember the allo-mo!
I love allo-phones cause I am an allo-phile See you later allo-gater In a while Crocodile I like to party with an allophone I will tell you why When you're with an allophone You have an allo-bi You used to all be ethnics Now Allo's what you are Praise be to Allo Allo Akbar! Not Franco - or Anglo - But something of your own Allo Allo Allo Allophone
Allo allo allo allo Don't a be a marshamallow Allo allo allo allophone!