Bobby Moon | Koreatown

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Koreatown

by Bobby Moon

Took a trip into Koreatown - An-nyŏng ha-sey-yo
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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Album Notes
"Koreatown is a neighborhood in the Mid-Wilshire district of the city of Los Angeles, California known for its concentration of Korean American people and institutions. Home to a population of over 120,000 and covering just under 3-square-mile (7.8 km2), it has one of the highest population densities of all neighborhoods in Los Angeles." - Wikipedia

BOBBY MOON - "KOREATOWN" (3:30)
©2012 All Rights Reserved.
Kredits:
Produced By Paul 'Pablo' Thomas with Bobby Moon
Written By Bobby Moon with Paul 'Pablo' Thomas
Sunyata Publishing (BMI)
Recorded & Mixed @ Tripsville Studio (Los Angeles, CA)
Mastering: Bryan Marye (Burbank, CA)
Cover Photo & Design: Glen Orglenda

Bobby - Vocals, Keyboards and Electronic/Acoustic Percussion
Pablo - Keyboards, Electronic Percussion and Guitar

Lyrics:
"KOREATOWN"
Took a trip into Koreatown
An-nyŏng ha-sey-yo!
3 square miles of high density
Nŏ-mu-ba-ppŭ-yo
Wilshire & Western
Lost in translation
@ Koreatown

In the Seoul of Koreatown
Ŏ-sŏ O-se-yo!
Spicy taste of sub-culture shock
Mŏga bo-ka-yo?
Kimchi and kalbi
Let's kareoke
@ Koreatown

S'up Korean! How ya bein'?
Took a look around - Can't believe what I'm seein'
Highrises stack people up like crates
Highest pop. in the United States
All night noises, all day traffic
K-Town's fight for space is drastic!

Took the train leaving Koreatown
An-nyŏng-hi ka-se-yo!
Skyscrapers, smell of cigarettes
Jal da-nyŏ o-se-yo
Haves and the have nots
Connect the dots
@ Koreatown -



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