Jahmiel Cold Floor Lyrics


Closer you get its like the hardest it seems yeah

Struggles comes with all a we dreams yeah
And who you trust dem have tricks all up dem sleeves yeah
Nuff a fight lord help me please yeah
They don't know what i've been tru
And they want to take my happiness, yeah
Gonna over throw every obstacles
I know that Jah Jah will bless

Weh you know bout hungry
Weh you know bout board hard
When shoes all affi
Put we shoe pon the cold floor
Weh you know bout hungry
Na na na na
Weh you know bout hungry

Tears I cry when me see me parents try
But the bills too high
And if dem nuh have it now
For the food I buy
I just can't see why
We have it so hard on the other side
And am gonna make it tru the stormy weather
Me know bout Carma so we did the right it make me better
Nah listen every thing wah people might say
Some just want you fi lose your way.. yeah

Hungry make nuff ghetto yutes reach at the top
Yea, you know that bing
Cause it give you the drive
When you see your family a suffer and dem ting deh
More while, Bing me is a yute
Me nah go tell no lie, me soft hearted
Nuff time me see all some innocent little yute pon the road and
You see me, hustle dem haffi a hustle fi send dem self go school
and dem ting deh, me feel dem ting deh to my heart still
Me know music is a scheme weh you can used and help nuff people
Soh, man just do the right ting
See weh me a say, fi real

Weh you know bout hungry
Weh you know bout board hard
When shoes all affi
Put we shoe pon the cold floor
Weh you know bout hungry
Na na na na
Weh you know bout hungry

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