"Pass The Dutchie" as written by and Fitzroy Simpson Jackie Mitto....
Kumbia Kings!
Rules The Nation!
With Music vibrations

Music happen to be the food of love
Sounds to really make you rub and scrub

I really bum
I'm really really really really really really bum

[Chorus]
I said
Pass the dutchie upon the left hand side
Pass the dutchie upon the left hand side
It gonna burn
Give the music make me jump and prance
It a go done
Give me the music make me rock n an a dance

It was a good and lovely breezy afternoon
How does it feel when you got no food?
You could feel it 'cause it was the month of June
How does it feel when you got no food?
So I left my gate and went out for a walk
How does it feel when you got no food?
As I pass the dreadlocks camp I heard them say

[Chorus]

Someone one really one really one really bum

So I stop to find out wat it was going on
How does it feel when you got no food?
It was the spirit of Jah' and you know he leads you on
How does it feel when you got no food
It was a week of dreads and the sessions were there and sweet
How does it feel when you got no food?
You could feel the chill as I seen and heard them say

[Chorus]

'Cause me say listen to the drummer
'Cause me say listen to the beat
Give me a little music make me wind up my waist
'Cause me say listen to the drummer
'Cause me say listen to the beat
Give me a little music make me wind up my waist

[Chorus]

You play it on the radio a so me say
We a go hear it on the stereo
And so me know you a go play it on the disco
And so me say we go hear it on the stereo

[Chorus: x2]

I said on the left hand side 4x

I said pass the dutchie on the left hand side


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"Pass the Dutchie" as written by Headley George Bennett Fitzroy Ogilvie Simpson

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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