D-Medz - Nuh Falla (BAD COMPANY) Lyrics


From a boy to a man

Me mother grow me strong, D Medz

Clarendon May Pen, yes a deh soh me from
Whole heap a ghetto star tun inna gun man
Me try fi talk a different route from day one
Stay out a trouble never join no gang
So me take up the music and go sing a Coco Tea
Never falla me bredda and step like daddy
Me mother sound me right from me eye deh a me knees
She tell me from a boy greatness inna me

Don't falla bad company
You can be what you want to be
Caah if a jailhouse you nah look fi me
Inna college you wah fi see me
She say, don't falla bad company

Mama used to clean house and wash fi people
Trod whole heap a journey pon foot without vehicle
To how she work hard you swear she run pon diesel
So we can live a better life
Nah fi get Porus cah a deh soh me grow
So big up every foundation weh me know
Now me tun artiste and a lock stage show
Me know mama she proud a me, she tell me say

Don't falla bad company
You can be what you want to be
Caah if a jailhouse you nah look fi me
Inna college you wah fi see me
She say, don't falla bad company

From a boy to a man
Me father grow me strong

Mama say son, glad how you nuh fail me
Love how you hardworking and yuh nuh lazy
A di prayer weh she send a keep me daily
From a boy to a man
She say keep growing great
Caah you know me proud
And stay focus when you out a road
Aim to the sky and you can touch the cloud
And never you forget this me son
She say

Don't falla bad company
You can be what you want to be
Caah if a jailhouse you nah look fi me
Inna college you wah fi see me
She say, don't falla bad company

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