Moonshine Tonight

A Jamaican folk song describing what happened during the days when there was no electricity; when persons were happy for a moonlit night so that they could play and dance outdoors.

Verse 1
Moonshine tonight, come mek we dance and sing.
Moonshine tonight, come mek we dance and sing.

Chorus:
Mi deh rock so, yuh deh rock so,
Under banyan tree.
Mi deh rock so, yuh deh rock so,
Under banyan tree.
.

Verse 2
Ladies may curtsy, and gentleman may bow.
Ladies may curtsy, and gentleman may bow.
[chorus]
.

Verse 3
Come we join hands, mek we dance ’round and sing.
Come we join hands, mek we dance ’round and sing.
[chorus]
.
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