There used to be a shebeen
Next to the laundry mat where I used to live
In London town, in London town
If you know what I mean

And there was an old man
Who used to bring up the sounds
And he kept those beats, he kept those beats
From when Prince Buster was around

And he said...
Lemme hear it...

Pick up and dance
Come on rude boy do some drop legs with me
If you can if you can
Take up a chance
We can do it now, man to man

There used to be a shebeen
Next to the laundry mat where I used to live
In London town, in London town
If you know what I mean

And there was an old man
Who used to pick up the sounds
He kept those beats, he kept those beats
From when Prince Buster was around

And he said...
He said...


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Shebeen song meanings
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