Chronixx Country Boy Lyrics


Intro

Country boy!
Came to town
Country boy
Came to town

Verse 1
Him left country and never went back
Him come a town come lick bere shot
Carry the 16 over him back
Forty five, him never left the Glock
Nuh mussi him supercat did ah chat
Sight police and wheel and clap
Nuh left nuh trace, conceal all tracks
(Listen to the story)
It musta been an older that ah tell him say fi wear that
Cah any minute now you haffi stiff up like a gearbox
Dem give him ah Glock, tell him say fi lock it
Don't fraid fi knock it, country ah hear snare that
Without no warning, early in the morning
Country and the eagle pitch down like a garling
When him pass ah black flag and tarpaulin
Anywhere you see him tell him me call him

Chorus
Him in a one ... and diamond socks
Country boy say him nah tek no chat
And him a real rude boy from Kingston
Real rude boy from Kingston
Run the place, no turning back
Fire him ah bun it aguh burn him back
Bout him a real rude boy from Kingston
Real rude boy

Country boy came to town
Country boy came to town

Verse 2
Momma deh ah country ah work like mule
You tell her say you want go ah school
Promising boy so she never hesitate
Now you ah come a town and want form fool
Boy, weh you do with you ambition
Run come a town, want turn gun man
Gwaan like you want run program
Have you ever seen a gun man with house and land
Oh country
Listen to me keen
Police ah come fi come discipline the scheme
All you cousin weh give you Glock fi keep
Sergeant have something weh whistling fi give him
Love your life, never throw it down the drain
If you see your cousin down the lane
Tell him Chronixx have something to say

Chorus
Him in a one ... and diamond socks
Country boy say him nah tek no chat
And him a real rude boy from Kingston
Real rude boy from Kingston
Run the place, no turning back
Fire him ah bun it aguh burn him back
Bout him a real rude boy from Kingston
Real rude boy

Real rude bwoy, real rude bwoy
Real rude bwoy

Outro
Go in peace and sin no more
Even though no single one punish for sure
Go in peace and sin no more
Even though no single one punish for sure
Go in peace and sin no more

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