Reggae from the 80's. Some of the sentences are in Patois, which is a Creole language spoken in Jamaica English with a heavy African influence and some Spanish too. Another example of Jamaican Patois at least heavily influenced by it is the song Informerreggae sang by a white Canadian musician.
Bold statement? The Netherlands is a great place, truthfully, there are just some very risky elements with me staying here. Here are the 5 most likely reasons for me to die in the Netherlands:.
It had to be Abraham Lazarus, the Jewish Rasta, playing that dub bassline on my door. I swung it open and Laz barged in like he was expecting to find the answer to life itself inside. He did a u-turn around my couch, ran his palm across his forehead, wiped the sweat onto his jeans, and came back to the hall.
I say: Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side It a gonna burn, give me music make me jump and prance It a go done, give me the music make me rock in the dance. It was a cool and lovely breezy afternoon How does it feel when you've got no food? You could feel it 'cause it was the month of June How does it feel when you've got no food? So I left my gate and went out for a walk How does it feel when you've got no food?
Back in mid-May, Toronto was flying high, perched atop the standings, while New York was struggling to hover around the. My, how the tables have turned. Since that series in Toronto, the Yankees have put together a record and have recorded a nine- and a seven-game win streak along the way.
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On Instagramers. Born and living in Amsterdam, one of the most amazing cities in the world. Halfway thru Novembermy mini me came to this world being a true and real Instagram baby.
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Eventually the cassette was replaced by the CD -- and yeah, Philips invented that too Philips and Sony were working on the video side, too. In they released a new state-of-the-art format for at-home movie watching: the LaserDisc.