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Opium War Rap: British and Chinese History PLUS bonus cause/effect organizer

Opium War Rap: British and Chinese History PLUS bonus cause/effect organizer
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This bundle includes original song lyrics plus a Western Action/Chinese Response organizer of Western influence in China.


This rap is performed to the Busta Rhymes song, "Put your hands where my eyes can see" and is all about the Opium War in China

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If I give you silver and tea
Put that flower where my eyes can see
Opium ain’t the drug for me
If I give you silver and tea
Put that flower where my eyes can see
Opium ain’t the drug for me
China was doing great it was doing well
The British came with opium to sell
We got addicted and we were strung
Check out how the chorus is sung
If I give you silver and tea
Put that flower where my eyes can see
Opium ain’t the drug for me
Everyone loved it we gave a try
The Chinese people were Shang-hai
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2 pages
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