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What Are You At? Lyrics

Artist: Great Big Sea
Album: Great Big Sea

(written by Alan Doyle)

Well I was walking in the mainland city
And I was feeling so alone
I was looking for someone or thing to remind me of my home

What I wouldn't give to have somebody nod or wink at me
'Cause thats the way we say hello in my home down by the sea

We never say "Hello" or "How's it going?", "Good day" or any of that
We just look at them and nod our heads and wink say "Whadd'ya at?"

CHORUS:
Whadd'ya at? How's she going buddy, Whadd'ya at today?
Whadd'ya at? How's she going buddy, Whadd'ya at today?

But then I walked into a shopping mall and much to my surprise
An old friend from my hometown was a sight for my sore eyes
And of all the people I met down in the city or in the mall
I think I like my hometown friend the best one of them all.
Because he didn't say "Hello" or "Hows it going", "Good day?" or any of that
My old friend he just looked at me and smiled and said "Whadd'ya at?"

CHORUS (x2)

Everybody must say "Whadd'ya at?"
All together now.

CHORUS

Let this be a lesson to all our people who go away
Remember if you meet someone the special words we say
We don't ever say "Hello" or "How's it going?","Good day"
Or any of that.
You just look at them and nod your head now wink say "Whadd'ya At?"

CHORUS
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