Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley - Nail Pon Cross Lyrics

World must understand

Yo a man is just a man
Don't you judge him for his ways and flaws

Speak of love tomorrow
You'll be doing good my brother
You're working for the greatest cause
He without sin
May he throw the first stone
And not even a pebble can cast
Pharisees and scribes crucified the son of God
Be careful who you nail pon cross

Be careful who you nail pon
Cra wa wa woss
Be careful who Unnu nail pon cross

Things is getting rougher
And some can't find no supper
Much less a good breakfast
What a lucky thing
Say Rasta yute nuh wanga gut
Say Natty dreadlocks gotta hold steadfast
Grudges are forbidden
Forgive to be forgiven
When another man trespass
Heckle vex with Jeckle
And the pot a cuss the kettle
Yo be careful who you nail pon cross

Be careful who you nail pon
Cra wa wa woss
Be careful who Unnu nail pon cross

Today might be for you
But Jah might give me tomorrow
So don't count you're eggs too fast
You might talk too soon
Then yuh pride haffi swollow
Come down off your big high horse
Some preaching religion
When inside dem hollow
When inside dem hollow
And pure judgment them pass
And a gwan like dem a God
When that's a hard act to follow
Be careful who you nail pon cross

Be careful who you nail pon
Cra wa wa woss
Be careful who Unnu nail pon cross

Don't throw no word
I beg yuh don't throw no stone
If yuh living in a house of glass
Do onto others
As you do to your own
You never know when you might cross path
Have a look within
Cause another ones win
That should not be your loss
If the tables spin
You a laugh up an' a grin
Be careful who you nail pon cross

Be careful who you nail pon
Cra wa wa woss
Be careful who Unnu nail pon cross

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