Fabrice from Port Charlotte, FlI would love to know the name of that light-skinned lady,or the one in red.Jeremy from Pittsburgh, PaActually, he didn”t “steal” anything from Steve Miller. He sampled it… with permission from Steve Miller. And as stated above it also sampled “Angel of the Morning.” So he would”ve had to put the beat together. He just happened to do so before the lyrics were added.Noah from New York, Ny”Shaggy put the beat together before adding lyrics to this”Shaggy didn”t put any beat together…he stole it from Steve Miller”s the Joker. He even stole the lead guitar parts from it.see more comments
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