Pressure Drop

Album: Monkey Man (1970)
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  • Hmm hmm hmm, yeah
    Hmm hmm hmm, yeah
    Hmm hmm hmm, yeah

    It is you (oh yeah)
    It is you, you (oh yeah)
    It is you (oh yeah)

    'Cause a pressure drop, oh pressure
    Oh yeah pressure drop a drop on you
    I say a pressure drop, oh pressure
    Oh yeah pressure drop a drop on you

    I say when it drops, oh you gonna feel it
    Know that you were doing wrong

    I say when it drops, oh you gonna feel it
    Know that you were doing wrong

    Hmm hmm hmm, yeah
    Hmm hmm hmm, yeah
    Hmm hmm hmm, yeah
    I say a pressure drop, oh pressure
    Oh yeah, pressure drop a drop on you
    Oh yeah, pressure drop a drop on you

    It is you (oh yeah)
    It is you, you (oh yeah)
    It is you (oh yeah)

    I say a pressure drop, oh pressure
    Oh yeah, pressure drop a drop on you
    Oh yeah, pressure drop a drop on you

    I say when it drops, oh you gonna feel it
    Oh yeah, pressure drop a drop on you Writer/s: Frederick Hibbert
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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  • Jay from London I believe that my interpretation of ‘Pressure Drop’ the song by the Toots And The Maytals is the one and only correct interpretation: This song is about bad karma coming back at wrong-doers, for their bad deeds.
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