"Reggae Dancer" as written by Ian Lewis, Bernard Harvey, Calton S. Coffie and Roger Lewis....
I know a reggae dancer
From Kingston Jamaica

She knows how to bump
Knows how to grind this little girl
She ruft all the time
She knows how to sing she don't
Drink gin, knock three times
She'll let you into her world
Of sweet reggae music

This irie crisp sister
This ruft reggae dancer
Her musical magic
Just got to have it

Better get ready to hold on steady
Don't distress it just respect it
Gone too far to turn back now
You made the right move you're in the groove
In her world of sweet reggae music


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"Reggae Dancer" as written by Bernard Harvey Calton Coffie

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