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Published on Dec 11, 2009
--this video ends at 2:45-- Half Japanese is a rock band formed by brothers Jad and David Fair in 1975. Their lyrics often deal with monsters and the supernatural. Jad is well-known for playing an untuned and distorted electric guitar. After 30 years, he still does not play in any traditional manner; in the documentary Half Japanese: The Band That Would Be King he states that "the only chord I know is the one that connects the guitar to the amp." The documentary Half Japanese: The Band That Would Be King covers the history of the band from their early career when Jad and David Fair recorded loud music in their bedroom to David's departure for married life and Jad's increased stature among musicians and critics.
Lyrics:She said seek and ye shall find it But from where I saw it, I couldn't see it Come over here where the light's better Come over here to my side
Put some sugar on it honey Put some honey on it sugar I like it sweet And I want to eat
I knew exactly what I was doing But I didn't know what I had done I know one thing and one thing only That I need you and want you Right over here
Put some sugar on it honey Put some honey on it sugar I like it sweet And baby, oh baby, oh baby, oh
The moon came out at night And it lit two silhouettes on the sand One was a woman and one was a man Two silhouettes on the sand
Put some sugar on it honey Put some honey on it sugar I like to eat And baby I like it sweet Oh baby, oh
I'm looking over my left shoulder And I'm throwing something over my right shoulder And I'm throwing caution to the wind Caution to the wind
Put some sugar on it honey Put some honey on it sugar I like it sweet baby I really do Oh baby Oh