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  1. Shahn Reply
    Andrew Sisters - Rum And Coca-cola Op basis van je geografische locatie [US] mogen we je van onze licentieverstrekker helaas geen toegang geven tot de teksten. Based on your geographical location [US] we, on request of our licencer, unfortunately can't give you access to the lyrics.
  2. Tygosho Reply
    De betekenis van de afkortingen kan je hier terug vinden. The meaning of the abbreviation can be found here. Meer details over het artikel zelf vind je ‘beschrijving’ onder de afbeelding. More details about the article can be found at ‘beschrijving’ below the picture.
  3. Zulugar Reply
    Mar 28,  · Ladies and gentlemen the very lovely & talented Lori Campbell, singing the Andrews Sisters' Rum And Coca Cola, on her balcony in Peisy Vallandry, France. Skip to .
  4. Gonos Reply
    Jul 07,  · Rum & Coca Cola - for solo guitar jorgenolla. Loading Unsubscribe from jorgenolla? Samba de Orfeu - for solo guitar - Duration: jorgenolla 11, views.
  5. Gular Reply
    Oct 07,  · Song Rum and Coca Cola; Artist Andrews Sisters; Album ANDREWS SISTERS: Hit the Road () Licensed to YouTube by AdShare MG for a Third Party (on behalf of Naxos_thenax); LatinAutor - UMPG, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - SonyATV, CMRRA, SOLAR Music Rights Management, UMPG Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, .
  6. Bazilkree Reply
    The original lyrics to "Rum and Coca-Cola" were written by Rupert Grant, another calypso musician from Trinidad who went by the stage name of Lord Invader. (The true credits for music and lyrics were restored in a plagiarism lawsuit won by famous attorney Louis Nizer, the account of which can be read in his book, My Life in Court.).
  7. Doubar Reply
    During World War II, around 20, American GIs were stationed in Trinidad, ostensibly to deter any invasion. Unhappy with the situation, a local calypso musician named Rupert Grant, who went by the stage name of Lord Invader, wrote some lyrics commenting on how the American servicemen drank rum and coke, and then used their Yankee dollars to attract (or purchase the services of) the local women.
  8. Kik Reply
    Sep 13,  · So here it is folks! Drinkin' Rum and Coca Cola. Its a hit from the sixty's and still an all time favourite! It was originally performed by the Andrew Sisters who went on to become one of the.
  9. Kagagor Reply
    Feb 02,  · Drinkin' rum and Coca-Cola Go down Point Koomahnah Both mother and daughter Workin' for the Yankee dollar It's a fact, man, it's a fact In old Trinidad, I also fear The situation is mighty queer Like the Yankee girl, the native swoon When she hear der Bingo croon Drinkin' rum and Coca-Cola Go down Point Koomahnah Both mother and daughter.

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