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Neal McCoy and Charley Pride performs "You're my Jamaica"

Neal McCoy and Charley Pride performs "You're my Jamaica"

"You're My Jamaica" is a song written by Kent Robbins, and recorded by American country music artist Charley Pride. It was released in July 1979 as the first single and title track from the album You're My Jamaica. The song was Charley Pride's twenty-second number one country hit. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart.

Charley Pride- You're my Jamaica Lyrics

 

Every day I read ads in the paper

Saying come to the islands

Bikini'd ladies sweet rum drinks, yeah

They'll keep you smiling

But I've got calypso music on the record at home

And when it comes to the warmth and sunshine

Well, I got my own

You're my Jamaica

You're where I want to be

You're my island when I am being

Tossed on a stormy sea

My heavenly haven

Where I can spend eternity

You're my Jamaica

Your paradise to me

White sunny sand palm trees and tans

It's sounds so inviting

(Sounds so inviting)

Limbo dancing and star light romancing

It's all so exciting

But I got my flowery shirt

And rum punch in my hand

And my own exotic lover in my native land

You're my Jamaica

You're where I want to be

You're my island when I am being

Tossed on a stormy sea

My heavenly haven

Where I can spend eternity

You're my Jamaica

You're paradise to me


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