Christopher Martin Chill Spot Lyrics

Chris Martin

Chris Martin

Intro

Some days of the week will be bad days
Nuttn at all nah go on my way
Mi feel like give up, give up
Throwin the towel and give up
When

Work jus a stress mi, and mi girl nah caress mi
Yo mi have a few spots weh mi rally back
And all a mi problem dem leff mi

Chorus
So mi big up di corner shop
Big up mi lane, big up mi block
Big up anyweh yuh cyan chill
Hol a vibe and bill
Release yuh stress and relax
Yeah
A mi seh big up di barber shop
Big up di ball field weh di ballaz at, yo(big up)
Jus before mi guh home ah deh suh mi stop
Release mi mind and relax
A mi chill spot

Verse 1
Everybody have somewhere
They go when they feel there's no way, out
Fi laugh and chat and fi get out alla di struggle
Dem face throughout the day
You haffi have a home away from home
Six pack and six a drop inna domino
Sing along then from yuh know dat
Yuh affi have yuh chill spot
Thats why

Chorus
Mi seh big up di corner shop
Big up mi lane, big up mi block
Big up anyweh yuh cyan chill
Hol a vibe and bill
Release yuh stress and relax
Yeah
A mi seh big up di barber shop
Big up di ball field weh di ballaz at, yo(big up)
Jus before mi guh home ah deh suh mi stop
Release mi mind and relax
A mi chill spot

Verse 2
Mek mi tell u bout spots like these
Calm u down and put yuh mind at ease
Work ah kill u(stress), yuh waan breeze
Start watch di clock and ah ramp with u keys(and)
As u reach u jus free up(free up,free up)
Hol a vibes with yuh frenz and ah live up(live up)
Ah wi alla sing along now cah wi know dat
We affi hav wi chill spot
Thats why

Chorus
Mi seh big up di corner shop(yo)
Big up mi lane(big up mi lane)big up mi block
Big up anyweh yuh cyan chill
Hol a vibe and bill(and bill)
Release yuh stress and relax
Yeah(uh whoa)
A mi seh big up di barber shop
Big up di ball field weh di ballaz at, yo(big up)
Jus before mi guh home ah deh suh mi stop
Release mi mind and relax
A mi chill spot

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