AUSTRALIA More lyrics for ‘Aunts Jemima’ by B.A.P. The song’s lyrics are “I’m not too proud, you know, you’re a good girl” and “I like your eyes/ I love your face/ My husband is a good man, he loves you”.
The title of the song, “Aunt Jemima”, means “beautiful girl”.
Aunt Aunts Jemimas (also spelled Aunt Jemimans) are an Aboriginal people in the Southern Territory of Australia, who are predominantly from the South Island.
They are known as Jemimani people, but their traditional language is Ngaio (the Ngaiaan language).
The band released a single in 2015, which is a tribute to their ancestors and includes the line “they were born to do the work/ They are just a bunch of hard-working folk”.
In 2017, the band released their album, Jemimania which featured the line “I want to be an aunt/ That’s the way I see myself”.
Jemima describes themselves as being a family who has always been united by love, loyalty and hard work.
“We’re all like family,” they said.
B.A.’s Aunties Jemima is the second track on the band’s new album, Abe, which is released on February 21.
The album was recorded at B.E.
M studios in Melbourne.
Fans can pre-order Abey Jemima from Amazon, iTunes, and other major retailers in Australia, Canada, the United States, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.