Island Blues [Explicit]

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written by L. Collinsworth and J. Collinsworth   


Poppa loves mamma 

mamma loves grappa 

Poppa loves chamba 

but mamma’s a mamba 

Poppa loves mamma 

mamma loves mamma 

And I go bananas 

Survivin’ the Bahamas 

Poppa loves mamma 

mamma loves grappa 

Poppa loves chamba 

but mamma’s a mamba   


So I’m sittin’ back in the kushy hotel chair 

braids in my long flowin’ silky red hair  

takin’ hits from the vape pen in my lips 

watchin’ the bellhop pick-up some fat tips 


As the two quickly enter the lobby 

I can tell she’s so much more than snobby  

A diva demon who thinks she’s steamin’ 

but all we hear is her bitchy screamin’ 


With neon stripper platform purple heels 

draggin’ her man like he’s Erkel on wheels   


Why do they bring these fuckin’ island blues? 

Why do they bring these fuckin’ island blues?   


Don’t she know that a real goddess or royal queen  

doesn’t have to show the whole damn world everything? 

Fuck, that shit belongs behind a closed door,  

not as shorts, but in the underwear drawer 


He looks disgraced stupidly adorin’  

a triflin’-ass street-walkin’ backdoor whore   


I cringe as she checks out other men  

It’s obvious that she’s cheatin’ on him 

I cringe as she flirts with other men  

It’s obvious that she’s cheatin’ on him   


Refrain (x 2) 

Poppa loves mamma 

mamma loves grappa 

Poppa loves chamba 

but mamma’s a mamba 

Poppa loves mamma 

mamma loves mamma 

And I go bananas 

Survivin’ the Bahamas   


She’s a made-up fake plastic drunken mess  

who’s a slutty and stressed out pest at best 

If she’s gotta dress like this to give head  

then she must really fuckin’ suck in bed 


He wants to tie her hair around her fuckin’ neck 

Instead he coolly moves out to the upper deck  

to check out the hotties with real bodies 

who will get with him nasty and naughty   


He got over those fuckin’ island blues 

He got over those fuckin’ island blues   


Fuck off with this hot drama in the Bahamas 

leave it at home with your fuckin’ mean ol’ mamma 

I’d so much rather roll up some chamba  

blaze that sweet shit and go dance the samba   


(Refrain)   



“Island Blues” published by Jason Porter Collinsworth & Lara Marie Collinsworth (BMI)

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