Blak ryno - Why life nuh sweet lyrics

by Jordi

Oooohooh, Markus

Ooohoooh, eh ah eh

Nuh money nah mek an mi need fi see it
Time fi wi put dung di evil deeds
Badada whola we dada ladadie

Why life nuh sweet like me perfume ooohoh
Babylon have di streets lock dung under curfew ooh oh
But we a gwaan without di pressure, one day tings we better
Jah jah show me a sign ghetto youth haffi mek di tredda
Why life nuh sweet sweet like me perfume like me parfum
Babylon have di streets(streets) under curfew, curfew
But we a gwaan without one day we must see a better way
Mi waan see a greater day, shackles of poverty haffi break away
Nuff time mi see, how dem drain mi energy
jah without, mek mi see friends and enemy

Mi walk nuh water, mi need fi weak
Nuh money nah mek and dem need fi see
Seh ghetto youth we have a dream an naffi need fi feel di money breeze
When laws dem check out some people eat mi sure seh dem nuh know some people sleep
Every night, pan di street, without sheet, pon concrete

Why life nuh sweet like me perfume ooohoh
Babylon have di streets under curfew ooohoh
But we a gwaan without di pressure, one day tings we better
Jah jah show me a sign ghetto we haffi mek di tredda
Why life nuh sweet like me parfum like me parfum
Babylon have di streets lock dung under curfew under curfew
But we a gwaan without di pressure, gwaan without di fear yea
Gwaan without, mi a hole out, yuh cyaan get di best a mi
Dem a gwaan like seh man na'ave nuh sense
Money mi a pree mi nuh waan nuh endz
Please listen to mi argument
Government and di parlement, house soon done but me nah have cement
Mi waan rich but mi nah have di strength
Di burden a gain down on me

Ladamdadadadie dadadadadadie

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