Done Again - White Lines (Don't Don't Do It) flac mp3
White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)" is a song by Melle Mel, released as a 12" in 1983 on Sugar Hill Records. The song, which warns against the dangers of cocaine, addiction, and drug smuggling, is one of Melle Mel's signature tracks. The bassline is taken from a performance of the Sugar Hill house band (featuring bassist Doug Wimbish) covering "Cavern", a single by New York City band Liquid Liquid.
Cause white lines (what do white lines do?) blow away. Blow! - Rock! - Blow! A million magic crystals painted pure and white. A multi-million dollars almost overnight. Twice as sweet as sugar, twice as bitter as salt. And if you get hooked baby, it's nobody else's fault - so don't do it! Freeze! (say rock, come on y'all). Rock (say freeze, come on!) Freeze! (say rock, come on y'all). Rock (say freeze, come on!)
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Bass! Ooh White, White Ooh White, White Ooh White, White (Ooh White Lines) Vision dreams of passion (Blowi. White Lines (Don't Do It) Album. Grandmaster Flash feat. Artist: Grandmaster Flash feat. Melle Mel. Album: White Lines (Don't Do It).
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