(Chorus) Mi seh mi never a give up A seh there ain’t no giving in Caw when the going gets tough A seh the tough get going
Ma people don’t give up A seh there ain’t no giving in Rastafari guide high an high from the beginning
(Verse 1) Allot a youth in life seh dem cyaa take the pressure no more But from yo trust inna the most high Life a go get better mi sure The youth juggle pon the road side Babylon seh fi take up yo bag an go weh Bwoy no but wi still naw give up Mi seh wi solid as arock like Kalonji
(Verse 2) Teacher naw get pay The government need fi purge an process Police naw get pay So dem find it hard fi serve an protect An all wi get from the government Is high light bill an robot taxes An dem still a pressure the youth Wa run it hard pon the road wid the robot taxi
(Verse 3) A seh ma people we’ve being facing struggles Struggles for so long Jah people please mi a beg yuh Please could yuh hold on A know the system have yuh down An yuh feel pres down like 50 ft After the bottle yeh the victory sweet Mi seh mi still naw give up mi just kiss mi teeth
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