GYPTIAN Gyal Gimme Some" Lyrics

by Tashelle

Gyptian

Gyptian

Intro

Yow..Teff weh you say
Any where di gal dem deh we deh
We..We..Weeeeee.wee
Of course yeah..nah..nahhh
Noooo..noooo..nahhhhhhaeee
See how di rasta flow

Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so
Do it like a any baggo
Dem yah gal you can't rush
You can't tackle
You haffi approach with caution
Nuh because you is a money man
Yeahhh

Nuh bother think say dat him nuh rate you
Nuh bother think you have a lot of style
But if you a gwaan stuck up and foolish
That mean say you game nuh right
Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so

Fi mi and the gyal dem is a all nite party
A fi di girl dem Gyptian ever ready
Anytime dem call, Mi haffi ansa dem first after all
Mi love when dem cock up
argument mi push up pon dem really hard
dem haffi wonder how the natty him so broad
Mi broad a yard and mi broad abroad
Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so

Girl give mi time privately
Tell me how much time she want to be with me
Because she won't switch here at all
Den frighten when the rasta pop off
dem can't laugh, Dem can't laugh
The whole street wi mek laugh
She walk lean when she walk
The rasta nuh come fi joke
Or come fi laugh
Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so

From a gyal mi interested
First mi nuh want no number
Mi want har BB pin
Because mi going in
A bag a picture and a bag a voice note she sending me
A whole heap a secret talk
And a show me things weh she got on
Before mi pop it off
ha ha, Mi nuh come inna dis fi laugh
Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so
Gyal mi want you fi back mi up
Fling it up..Give mi some
Right yah so gal, back mi up
Fling it out, give mi some
Right yah so

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