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Toasters – Chuck Berry lyrics

Forty years ago there was a jumpin' jazz Jamaica scene
They could hear these tunes drifting down from New Orleans
They put the two together in a thing they called ska
And sent it off to England in the back of Laurel aiken's car

It was 1964 and the rhythm just wouldn't stop,
People banging on the door to hear "my boy lollipop".
Then the 70's came and with it the 2 tone scene...
People shakin' their heads at the rudies on the record machine

Now the 90's are here with the new bands bringin' it to you
Skins and rudies-and even some punk rock, too!
But the boys are still playing and the music is coming out live!
Down at your jukebox, dancing on a Saturday night!

In their eyes where does chuck berry fit?
Well he influences the ska, that's the long and the short of it
He played his guitar and they heard it on the radio
And the rest is history, just as everybody knows.

Forty years ago there was a jumpin' jazz Jamaica scene
You can check them rudies dancing at the record machine
The style is timeless, with the perry and doc marten boots.
You can keep dancing, just as long as you remember your roots
You can keep rocking, just as long as you remember your roots
You can keep dancing, just as long as you remember your roots



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