Jahmiel Dear Frass Lyrics


Feel fi write a letter

Bingi pass me the pen and paper
Alright

Dear frass
A my fault if me get drunk again
Done me done search fi friend
Say its a waste of time fi try change people
Weh messed up from dem little bit
forgive dem once and a dem same one wah fi kill you quick
And yow me nuh just sing song
Most time am living it
Heart you give dem it
Last you give dem it
Still a watch your tings like a fi dem it

hmmmmm
Frass I just don't know
Why dem badmind soooo
I've done thousand things and more
Never tell them noooo, nooo

A true dem heart don't good enuh
Dem ungrateful enuh
Do fi dem all when dem never do fi you
Up dem nuh wah you fi go
Wouldn't shock if dem sell me out (yeah)
A dem me mother did tell me bout
Holigans like too full a dem life
Fi kill I dem woulda damn try
Am tell you

Frass I just don't know
Why dem evil soooo
I've done thousand things and more
Never tell them noooo, nooo

A so it goh when dem can't satisfy
Dem wah what is mine
A try hard fi stop this shine
Me tell badmind no, not this time
Everything me wah you know me work fah
Dem woulda wah we get murda
But frass me nah stop from serve Jah
When dem think dem slow me up me go further

Frass I just don't know
Why dem evil soooo
I've done thousand things and more
Never tell them noooo, nooo

Yow Bingi pass the envelope
Write the address pon it
Send it goh Tower Hill
Make sure dem stamp it yuh hear

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