Baby Cham Wine Lyrics xterminator riddim

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Baby Cham

Baby Cham

Chorus:

Wine up mi body me a wine up mi body
Wine up mi body me a wine up mi body
Wine up mi body me a wine up mi body
Back it up and Wine up mi body (Repeat)

Verse 1:
Love how yu si dong and wine pon yu head
U have di bomb dem gyal deh wine dead
Baby da split deh a mash up mi head
Me & mi gyal a touch till wi drop off a bed
Deep Breathe, Mi seh gyal fi beg
Gyal fi get love till dem cyah feel dem leg
How man a touch gyal and a treat dem like egg
Woman waa feel like dem just done sheg
Mi love woman like mi mi mi mi
Mi love tap it up & mi love dweet fi fun
But hours beat when mi under mi rum
And shi do di stripper wine mi affi fight fi nuh done
(Caaaaaaah) Gyal a you have di gum
How u get so much & she nuh have none
A guy get 1 him affi waa back some
Yu mek big top shotta heart a beat like a drum (When Yu)

Chorus:

Verse 2:
My girl yuh ting tun up
Yu mek mi feel good from night till sun up
Ina di club and yu bar bill a run up
Di tab is on me su mek a gyal skin bun up
Anuh cute face a dweet
Cause some gyal pretty and dead nuh blouse neat
Nuh follow dem gyal deh weh a hype out a street
Caa nuff a dem a hype and nuh good under sheet
Yu mek di Kid feel sweet
How yu do da ting deh & mi naa feel nuh teeth
Mi cyaa stop touch yu, u have mi yu zeet
A u alone love me mek mi feel complete
Show a gyal how fi dweet
Dip it dong low mek it touch concrete
A gyal tek yu light tru yu do yu ting neat
But yu facebook a blow up & man nuh stop tweet

Chorus:

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