Chronixx - Eternal Fire Lyrics

Yes I yah

Selassie I Gimmi dem remedy the fire fi go burn
A say the table turn
I Gimmi dem remedy the fire fi go blaze
Bun babylon dutty ways

Eternal Fire dutty babylon you a go get bruze
Me a warn dem, warn dem
Fire, A say you just caw win you go lose
We a warn dem
Move yah, pack up and gwaan
Move yah, a beg you pack up and gwaan

Mi say dah movement yah live
Marcus say fi organize and centralize
Rasta fi own banks and enterprize
So me nah stop chant till me soul enter zion
Princess of fire babylon me tell you your time just expire
What kind a wickness me hear you transpire
A nuh gasoline a nuh tyre

Eternal Fire dutty babylon you a go get bruze
Me a warn dem, warn dem
Fire, A say you just caw win you go lose
We a warn dem
Move yah, pack up and gwaan
Move yah, a beg you pack up and gwaan

Weh dem a go wid ackee and salt fish
Better dem gi me ackee and garlic
Pass me a map and a compass on yah
Mek me show dem salt fish nuh come from on yah
Dah fish deh come a far way
Dem bring him all the way from Norway
Hey, A couldnt rasta dem a try fi trick
cause dat caw be me national dish

Eternal Fire dutty babylon you a go get bruze
Me a warn dem,Chronixx still a warn dem
Fire, A say you just caw win you go lose
We a warn dem
Move yah, pack up and gwaan
Move yah, a beg you pack up and gwaan

Tell me why everytime me hear bout Africa a shackles and Chains
Tell me why you try fi corrupt the little rasta man brain
And you fi tell the youths Africa exits long before the middle passage
Me come fi tell the ghetto yutes dem fi wise cause babylon a brain wash masses

Fire dutty babylon you a go get bruze
Me a warn dem, warn dem
Fire, A say you just caw win you go lose
We a warn dem
Move yah, pack up and gwaan
Move yah, a beg you pack up and gwaan

Wah wah yoo, Wah wah yooo
Wah wah yoo, Wah wah yooo
Wah wah yoo, Wah wah yooo
Yes I
Wah wah yoo, Wah wah yooo
Warn dem special the little yutes dem

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