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Down To Jamaica chords

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This is another one of the songs on Goodbye Pop that isn't finished for comedic effect. However, I assure you that this tab is complete, including the phone call, which is obviously the most important part. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Intro]
E A B E

[Verse 1]
E                                 A
If you like reggae music and that reggae beat
B                       E
You got to go down to Jamaica
E                          A
Take the "J" train down at Houston Street
B                      E
It'll let you off in Jamaica

[Chorus]
A                                     E
Basement reggae got that reggae sound
A                                B
Basement reggae gone underground

[Verse 2]
E         A      B              E
Oh, guava jelly, Haile Selasie, too
E            A            B   E
Filet gumbo, Natty Locks, oh!

(song is interrupted by a phone call)

[Outro]
A                                  E
Reggae music got that reggae sound (faded out)
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