Chronixx - Give Me A Try Lyrics


Tell me how long, should I love, girl

Give me your heart and mek me put a lock pan it
Yeahh, Yeah

Knock knock knocking
Knock Knock knocking
Chronixx
Knock knock knocking
Yes I

Could you give me a try, a try
When I look in your eyes girl
I feel like am flying, hey
Could you give me a try, a try
Cause when i look
When I look in your eyes baby
This is what I see

Your brown eyes sing sweet melody
Girl, It tells me the future
Nuh listen to your friend name Melony
Girl a you fi bring fi me yute dem
And if fi you love is a felony
A still fi you heart me salute
You fi talk diss a true den
Believe me, One ting me haffi ask you

Could you give me a try, a try
When I look in your eyes girl
I feel like am flying, hey
Could you give me a try, a try
Cause when i look
When I look in your eyes baby

Its been a long time, long time me a wait
And its not the wrong time
Long time me a knock pon you gate
No one can seperate us, lady
Once we consolidate
And its such a long time i've been calling you so girl
So girl don't ansa me late

Could you give me a try, a try
When I look in your eyes girl
I feel like am flying, woiee
Could you give me a try, a try
Cause when i look
When I look in your eyes baby

Ohh, you still want us to be friends
Be friends
Well, baby girl a your heart me a defend
And me talk dis for real a nuh pretend
Let me talk you home to meet my mama
Nuh watch the zinc fence girl

But Could you give Chronixx a try, a try
When I look in your eyes girl
I feel like a bag of love keep falling on me
Could you give me a try, a try
Cause when i look
When I look in your eyes baby
This is what I see

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