#2
Jamaica
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#3
I've always wondered the same thing....
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#6
Same as Jamaica. The Title comes from some joke where D'yer Mak'er and Jamaica are confused in some form of wordplay.
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#7
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Jamaica

This. Its from some sort of British joke along the lines of:

Person 1: I'm taking my wife on a vacation to the Caribbean! We're going go (insert places in the Caribbean that aren't Jamaica).
Person 2: D'yer Mak'er? (Get it? Did you make her? Jamaica?)

That's not how it goes at all but you get the idea.
#9
I never knew how to pronounce it either.
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Jamaica


almost.

Jer-Maker.

It meant "Did you make her?"
as in, do you do it
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#11
Try to mix the word "Jamaica" with the phrase "Did you make her?" When you say it, that's the title of the song.

It's a play on the British accent. The lyrics have to do with the "did you make her" bit, while the song is set to a Caribbean feel.
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#12

where is he when you need him?? this has been driving me crazy!
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#13
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almost.

Jer-Maker.



which is the way a British person pronounces Jamaica...
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This. Its from some sort of British joke along the lines of:

Person 1: I'm taking my wife on a vacation to the Caribbean! We're going go (insert places in the Caribbean that aren't Jamaica).
Person 2: D'yer Mak'er? (Get it? Did you make her? Jamaica?)

That's not how it goes at all but you get the idea.


I've always heard it as

"My wife left me and now she's run off to the Caribbean."
"D'yer Mak'er?"

Same deal, really.
#17
A: My wife went to the West Indies recently.

B: Really? Jamaica?

A: No, she went of her own accord.
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#20
Ja-maker. I like the question "Did ya make her?" "D'yer Mak'er" but pronounced kinda like Jamaica.
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#21
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almost.

Jer-Maker.

It meant "Did you make her?"
as in, do you do it


This is it. I either read or saw a clip of Peter Grant stating that this was in fact how it was pronounced and what it meant. He also took a shot at "thick headed" Americans for pronouncing it exactly how it was written.
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#27
Dj is the first sound, it isn't in much of English speaking language, but it is in a lot of others (Slavic languages have a lot of that sound)

Djer maker?
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