Sign In Register. Artist: Teriyaki Boyz. Album: Serious Japanese. I wonder if you know, How they live in Tokyo, If you seen it then you mean it Then you know you have to go.
Fast and furious! Drift, Drift, Drift Fast and furious! Drift, Drift, Drift repeat Irasha ii, omachidou sama, kenso mamire no konomachi no ensou dama, tamani ichido tsuite oide, sekaijyu miru yo suruhodona goukana, Japan, Ichiban, Jump around saruchie no deban, Teriyaki Boyz in the place to be, Misete yarou hai!
Many many diamonds danglin, Bag full of money we stranglin, Hate me, fry me, bake me, try me, All the above 'cause you can't get in, I don't want no problem, Because me professional, Make you, shake your ketsu, Thank you!
Haters take it personal. I wonder if you know, How they live in Tokyo, If you see me then you mean it Then you know you have to go. From the rocks say, Tada no shita.
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All rights reserved.The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for the film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift was released with 12 tracks on June 20, Allmusic rated it three stars out of five. RapReviews rated it two out of ten. Another album, the Original Score, has 30 tracks, most composed by Brian Tyler and one track "Welcome to Tokyo" composed by Tyler and the musician Slash. The album was released on.