“How Bizarre” released by OMC

Brother Pele’s in the back
Sweet Zina’s in the front
Cruising down the freeway
In the hot, hot sun

Suddenly red blue lights
Flash us from behind
Loud voice booming
“Please step out onto the line”

Pele preaches words of comfort
Zina just hides her eyes
Policeman taps his shades
Is that a Chevy 69?

How bizarre
How bizarre
How bizarre

Destination unknown
As we pull in for some gas
Freshly pasted poster
Reveals a smile from the pack

Elephants and acrobats,
Lions snakes monkey
Pele speaks righteous
Sister Zina says funky

How bizarre
How bizarre
How bizarre

Ooh baby, (ooh baby)
It’s making me crazy, (it’s making me crazy)
Everytime I look around
Look around
Everytime I look around
Everytime I look around
Everytime I look around
It’s in my face

Ringmaster steps out
Says the elephants left town
People jump and jive
But the clowns have stuck around

TV news and camera
There’s choppers in the sky
Marines, police, reporters
Ask where, for and why

Pele yells “we’re outta here”
Zina says “right on”
We’re making moves and starting grooves
Before they knew we were gone

Jumped into the Chevy
Headed for big lights,
Want to know the rest
Hey, buy the rights,

How bizarre
How bizarre
How bizarre

Ooh baby, (ooh baby)
It’s making me crazy, (it’s making me crazy)
Everytime I look around
Look around
Everytime I look around
Everytime I look around
Everytime I look around
It’s in my face
It’s in my face

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  1. ‘How Bizarre’ was released by OMC in December 1995 reaching Number One in New Zealand, then in Australia, and in 1997 it was Number One on the US Top 40 Mainstream.
    OMC were Pauly Fuemana and Alan Jansson. Pauly was the primary performer, serving as the frontman and playing several instruments. The music was created by both of them, with Jansson co-writing all of the tracks and handling most of the arrangement and production duties in the studio.

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