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Grateful Dead – Aiko Aiko lyrics

My spy boy saw you spy boy sittin by the bi-yo
My spy boy told your spy boy, I'm gonna set you flag on fi-yo.

I said, hey now, hey now,
Aiko aiko all day, jockomo feeno na na nay, jockomo feena nay.

My grandma and your grandma were sitting by the fire
Said my grandma to your grandma, gonna get your tail on fire.

I said, hey now, hey now,
Aiko aiko all day, jockomo feeno na na nay, jockomo feena nay.



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    jmagloire
    This quite accurate. The original writer and performers in 1953's, "the sugar boys" did say the record label mispelled "shocko" and went with "Jocko". Written by band member, James Crawford. Something that Mardigras Indians use to chant. Also I'm from Haiti and I totally recognize the creole words spelled slightly differently but with the very same meaning. Creole is a mix of African, French, Indian, and Arabic languages. It's all evident in that song.
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