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Sunshine Reggae lyrics

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Laid Back – Sunshine Reggae lyrics

(2 sets instrumental, without drums)
(3 sets instrumental, with drums)
Gimme gimme, gimme just a little smile, that's all I ask of you.
Gimme gimme, gimme just a little smile, we got a message for you.
Sunshine, sunshine reggae, don't worry, don't hurry, take it easy!
Sunshine, sunshine reggae, let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
(2 sets instrumental)
Gimme gimme, gimme just a little smile, that's all I ask of you -
Is that too much?
Gimme gimme, gimme just a little smile, we got a message for you.
Join the-
Sunshine, sunshine reggae, let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
Sunshine, sunshine reggae, don't worry, don't hurry, take it easy!
Sunshine, sunshine reggae, let the good vibes get a lot stronger.
Get a lot stronger, let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger,
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger,
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger,
Let the good vibes get a lot stronger!
(The group Laid Back had only two hits, "Sunshine Reggae" in 1983 and
"Bakerman" in 1990.
Transcribed by: Kurt. Woloch@brz. Gv. At)



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