"Music So Nice" as written by Terry Wilson, Michael Virtue, Brian Travers, Norman Hassan, Earl Flaconer, Robin Campbell, Ali Campbell and Jim Brown....
When the dancehall jus' ram, some people call it confinement
But if you're with your woman or your man, it's pure excitement
When you see the girls groove, they get right in the mood for loving
And if the weedman in the place, there's no time for pushing and shoving

You see the DJ on the scene, he knows just what you mean about rubbing
And when you're feeling alright, he's right out of sight while he's dubbing

Well the dancehall jus' ram, so you see we're dealing with pure niceness
And the music so loud that to shout above it, you'd be left voiceless

The music so right
We could have danced all night
The feeling so nice
Operator play it twice

They have the reggae and soul and the ital vital dub plate riddims
They have revival 45, calypso, soca, and all kind'a riddim

You see the busy barman in the dance, he's used to dealing under nuff pressure
And after you've had your drink, you're gonna need another refresher

Everybody in the dance just grooving, looking laughing and smiling you see
So if you're feeling irie little darling come and have a dance over by me


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"Music So Nice" as written by Ali Campbell Jim Brown

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