Dreadlock Holiday lyrics: I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I … I don't like cricket I love it Dreadlock Holiday I don't like reggae I love it Dreadlock Holiday I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I saw four faces one mad A brother from the gutter They looked me up and down a bit And turned to each other I say I don't like cricket oh no And whollow in a Dreadlock Holyday. You'll like it and wallow in a dreadlock holiday And I say, don't like Jamaica, oh no, I love her Don't like Jamaica, oh no, I love her Don't you walk through my words You got to show some respect Don't you walk through my words Cause you ain't heard me out yet I don't like cricket, oh no, I love it (Dreadlock holiday) Lyrics to 'Dreadlock Holiday' by 10cc. "Dreadlock Holiday" is a reggae song by 10cc. The uploader has not made this video available in your country.

"Dreadlock Holiday" is a song by 10cc. You'll like it and wallow in a dreadlock holiday And I say, don't like Jamaica, oh no, I love her Don't like Jamaica, oh no, I love her Don't you walk through my words You got to show some respect Don't you walk through my words Cause you ain't heard me out yet I don't like cricket, oh no, I love it (Dreadlock holiday) Dreadlock holiday, dreadlock holiday, dreadlock holiday" (and I say) don't like jamaica OH NO I love her HEY Don't like jamaica OH NO I love her OH YEH Don't you walk through my words you got to show some respect Don't you walk through my words 'cause you ain't heard me out yet I don't like cricket-A OH NO I love it-A dreadlock holiday Dreadlock Holiday Lyrics. It was written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman and was the lead single from the band's 1978 album, Bloody Tourists. Is the song 'Dreadlock Holiday' by 10cc racist?

Dreadlock Holiday Lyrics.

Dreadlock Holiday Chords by 10cc. Written by Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman, it was the lead single from the band's 1978 album, Bloody Tourists. I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I saw four faces one mad The lyrics are about a white man lost in Jamaica, and being confronted by an unpleasant dreadlocked man looking for money, were based on a true event that happened to Moody Blues vocalist Justin Hayward and Eric Stewart in Barbados. I was walkin' down the street Concentratin' on truckin' right I heard a dark voice beside of me And I looked round in a state of fright I sa