Dancehall artiste Spice - Friends Not Good For You lyrics

Dancehall artiste Spice - Friends Not Good For You lyrics

Mama use to tell me
Frens not good for you girl
But I know I will learn the hard way

Dancehall artiste SpiceDancehall artiste Spice

Smile inna yuh face
Dem a chat behind yuh back
Gwan like dem a sheep but dem a wolf inna pack
Nuh make dem build yuh weed wid lizard tail and give yuh crack
If walls coulda talk to you
Trust me you woulda shock
Say dem love you, don't fall for that
Man to man so unjust memba dat
Bob Marley did sing dat all around the world
Frens will sell you out fi few shillings and Pearls

Mama use to tell me
Frens not good for you girl
But I know I will learn the hard way
Bun a fake fren
Mama use to beg me
Stay away from dem girls
But I know I would face it anyways
A hypocrite dem

Back stabber, could be sister or yuh bredda
Yuh fvk fi see a who woulda pull the trigga
Live yuh life everybody haffi pree
Watch yuh friends more than yuh enemy
It nuh matter what dem come and say
They don't want to see you on yuh way
Dem pull yuh back because dem wah yuh stay
Under the grung but a prayer a day

Mama use to tell me
Frens not good for you girl
But I know I will learn the hard way
Bun a fake fren
Mama use to beg me
Stay away from dem girls
But I know I would face it anyways
A hypocrite dem

Stay in my zone
Cause am good on my own
A nuh every body fi know a wey you call looo
When dem call you dem fren
You fi watch out fi dem
Because Mama use to say, Mama use to say

Mama use to tell me
Frens not good for you girl
But I know I will learn the hard way
Bun a fake fren
Mama use to beg me
Stay away from dem girls
But I know I would face it anyways
A hypocrite dem

Mama use to tell me
Frens not good for you girl
But I know I will learn the hard way
Bun a fake fren

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