Chronixx Majesty Lyrics


There's something about you girl

And I don't think it's just your smile
I dunno how to say it now, I've been thinking for a while
The best way to say it woman; "your energy is right", yes (so right)

Before I hold you in my arms (hold you close, in my arms)
I wanna hold you in my heart (hold you close, in my heart)
Before we share our love up on that bed (share the love, share the love)
I want to place this crown upon your head woman

Girl you're my queen (majesty)
Eh! You are my queen (majesty)
Don't you know, you are my queen (majesty)
Oh! You are my queen (majesty)


Queen of the the jungle, you are the lioness
Other feline a grumble but you're always tryin' your best
So when the whole world a crumble, your lion is alright (alright)

Before I hold you close (just before, I hold you close)
Oh girl I wanna let you know (girl I wanna, let you know)
That when all is done and all is said (all is done, all is said)
You deserve that crown up on your head woman

I said queen (majesty)
Don't you know you are my queen baby (majesty)
Yes, you know you are (majesty)
You are my queen, baby (majesty)

Yuh know?
So hear mi now
Well mi seh, Cleopatra, Queen Of Sheba, Nefertiti ah yuh higher feature
Empress Menen beautiful creature, yuh summarize every Queen ah di East
Ease out! Every night crawla and gully creepa and mi nuh know bout no Mona Lisa
But mi know Venus and Serena
Undisputed, Queen Omega
Che-ribi-bong Come-ribi-bong-skeng, girl
All good yuh nuh ave no problem girl
Killa body, yuh physique shot dem. Bow!
Straight greens, no visit hog pen
Ah di majesty ah it a mad dem
All bout, ah mi get up and ah sing yuh anthem, girl
Cross mi heart seh mi pray from when
A one queen star all mi love song dem non stop
A one queen star all mi love song dem from top
And a one queen star all mi love song dem. Ease out

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