Dancehall artist Mavado - Paper Soldier Lyrics

Dancehall artist Mavado - Paper Soldier Lyrics

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Boy drop, heeyee, haha heeeyee

Dem a try diss bad man
And night come dem gone a dem bed
Dem a practice fi dead
The whole a dem a practice fi dead

Dem a boboclaat paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah
Paper soldier, dem a paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah, dem a wah
Paper soldier

August Town seh any man dis
Head a gone, foot a miss
You add on pon the list
Big ball a fire from the K left you crisp
Anything sell out di gully cya keep the link
Put body inna grung fi keep the stink
How me fi give a fuck weh people think
When the 40 a claat the Eagle quint
Me see people a sprint all vehicle sink
Yeah me cold up the place like icymint
Dem a bury in a full black under white cement
Me trigger finger voice a strength

Boboclaat paper soldier
Dem a boboclaat paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah
Paper soldier, dem a paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah, dem a wah
Paper soldier
Dem a boboclaat paper soldier

Uptown downtown middle day we nuh hide
Man a strap the bamma pon me side
Yeah me hear dem a talk seh me crime organize
Dem anuh killa suh the whole a dem a hide
When the spenshell a fall and the chamber a slide
Dem dead when the carbon a rise
Silence a me guide and me soo dignified
Fimi badness a nuh pickney size
Me nuh buss fi me gun in a trees and skies
Me buss it ina face and eyes
Me heart turn back way fuck the screams
And the cries di 40 shall solve all the noise

Dem a boboclaat paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah
Paper soldier, dem a paper soldier
Paper soldier, dem a wah, dem a wah
Paper soldier
Dem a boboclaat paper soldier

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