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Hope Your Dead



 Genre: Ska

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work in progress. an angry end of relationship song I think
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Uploaded: Sep 17, 2017 - 08:59:18 AM
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2017 - 01:26:22 PM Last Played: May 15, 2019 - 03:25:19 PM
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MikeRobinson said 733 days ago (September 18th, 2017)
It would be hard to bounce this much
... if you were actually dead.   But, this song sure does bounce along!
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Calchas said 732 days ago (September 19th, 2017)
Angry lyrics riding piggy back on a joyfully sarcastic bit of tuneage.


Be well friend!
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awigze said 729 days ago (September 23rd, 2017)
lively sentiment of demise
I understand the inspiration. Funny in your pop ska self.
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VicDiesel said 728 days ago (September 23rd, 2017)
Bring out your ska!
You sound positively happy that the relationship is over.
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Dean-Resonator said 724 days ago (September 28th, 2017)
Hope Your Dead
No chance of a reconciliation then? Ska is always enjoyable to listen to and this is no exception.Well done.
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Name: John Winters
Location: Scotland
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Ska is a form of Jamaican music which began in the early 1960s. Combining elements of traditional mento and calypso with an American jazz and rhythm and blues sound, it was a precursor in Jamaica to rocksteady and later reggae. It is the predominant

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