Barefoot Man | Dirty Foot

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Dirty Foot

by Barefoot Man

Its a Fun ,risque, party album . Classic Barefoot double entendres . The album is best served with rum under a coconut tree. Dont play this at your church picnic.
Genre: World: Caribbean
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1. Tiger in the woods
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2. If you see Kay
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3. Jeff The Muff Diver
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4. The Tattoo Song
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5. She Loves my Deck
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6. The Pussy Cat Song (feat. Sea n B Band)
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7. Shavin' Creme
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8. Kiss My Glass
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9. Pierce the Cat (feat. Dr Ralph)
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10. My Wife wont come no more
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11. Wet Spot
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12. Alice
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Its a Fun ,risque, party album . Classic Barefoot double entendres . The album is best served with rum under a coconut tree. Dont play this at your church picnic. Anyone who is lucky enough to be a Barefoot Man fan is familiar with his clever play on words and tropical beats blended with country and a touch of reggae. Described by some as the father of Trop-rock and the biggest "B" to hit the islands since Blackbeard.


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