"Roll That Barrel Out" as written by and Dean Brody....
We say Daaoh, Daaaoh, Daaaoh,
Roll that barrel out
We say Daaaoh, Heyyyohh
Twist the tap and pass it around

He owns a Graddel by bannyung tree,
And old Jamacia called the ocean breeze
His face is kind as it is creased, from tossin nets off an old boat bow.
But ol' Jamal is a mariners son, will tell you where the ships would run
And if your down there askin to pour ya one
And you'll hear that sailor shout

CHORUS
He'll say Daaohh, Daaohh, Daaaohh,
Roll that barrel out
He'll say Daaaohh, Heyyyohh,
Twist the tap and pass it around

His mama told him when he was young,
You work the fields till you grow up,
While she tapped the barrels and the cantina,
The soldier boys passing by

His big brown eyes and little feet
For years they were at the coco bean,
But he'd have visions of pirates when he would fall asleep
And they sang him this lullaby,

CHORUS
He'll say Daaohh, Daaohh, Daaaohh,
Roll that barrel out
He'll say Daaaohh, Heyyyohh,
Twist the tap and pass it around
Hey Hey

We met Jamal when we arrived
He told a story round a fire last night,
You shoulda seen that beach come alive
When he sang his island song
Yea and we all sang along

CHORUS
He'll say Daaohh, Daaohh, Daaaohh,
Roll that barrel out
He'll say Daaaohh, Heyyyohh,
Twist the tap and pass it around

Twist the tap and pass it around
Twist the tap and pass it around


Lyrics submitted by harderman61

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