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The working day was long
And the road is grinding on
And your body?s winding down again
The tribal fire?s here
And the circle speaks so near
And the simple truth so very much clearer

Who got the hooch, baby
Who got the only sweetest thing in the world
Who got the love, who got the fresh-e-freshy
Who got the only sweetest thing in the world

Let?s get real, let?s get heavy
Till the water breaks the levee
Let?s get loose, loose, who got the hooch

The birds and bees will sing (sing)
The jams begin to ring
The good vibes flow from me to you (yeah yeah)
The evening turns to night
The fire and moonlight
The dance of all who came before

Who got the hooch, baby
Who got the only sweetest thing in the world
Who got the love, who got the fresh-e-freshy
Who got the only sweetest thing in the world

Let?s get real, let?s get heavy
Till the water breaks the levee
Let?s get loose, loose, who got the hooch



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    GretchiieNov 24, 2013 at 11:45 pm
    I have always heard and known "Hooch" to be an illegal alcoholic drink, such as bourbon or whiskey. I believe that it used to be smuggled illegally from western United States to the east, in the 1930's and sold as a whole case or per bottle to people that could afford it. If you've ever drank alcohol then with every line in this song will make you think of how people can act when they are drinking.

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