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* People not passing the dutchie on the right hand side (left hand side if I am sat to their left
I think, was the original term (and the one ytou are probably thinking of.....although Ive no idea how to spell it)
something you would eat (drink?) and is the 'safe for Radio 1' version of the song as performed by birmingham novaltie youth combo 'Musical Youth'
It was supposed to be a joke.
A BAD joke.
(It is something that I have laboured under the impression of for quite a while now)
I blame my mate at Leicester Politechnic ....Jeffrey John Boland Al***** for deliberately setting me up once again (He always used to do this I should have known better)
Now I'm confused. Is the song 'dutchie' or 'coochie'? EVEN THOUGH I've heard the song many times and I know it's 'dutchie'.
1981 and was from Jamaica and in it they said coochie.
Later Musical Youth used the term Dutchie whilst releasing a cover of it in the UK and reached no 1