Jahmiel - Yard Man Lyrics

Jahmiel, Liquid

Watch yah now
Clarks black and dat a leather
Touch inna di road pants stock a cheddar
Girl pretty like Cinderella

Dem caah keep up man a bring the pressure
Am from the West Indies bredda
Dem girl love me caah me nuh bring displeasure
Drive dem crazy like a black Altezza
Dem caah run the head of deh ras yah never
Highgrade a which one you prefer
Some weh mek you head spin like damn propeller
Talk bout grabba dat hot than pepper
And if a dress code our fashion better

Jahmiel

A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Mek mamma alright she nuh short a ting
A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Money too big it mussi nah go a gym

Yard man party seven days a di week
So dem hussle hard fi the paper fi dweet
Girls come out neat, whole place haffi see it
Watch dah one deh, hold the brakes pon the jeep
Errrksss, me hear the four tyres squeech
One dark skin and the next one a bleach
One say gullyside next one say a teach
Sunday dem gone a church fi hear pastor a preach

A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Mek mamma alright she nuh short a ting
A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Money too big it mussi nah go a gym

A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Mek mamma alright she nuh short a ting
A just a yard man ting
Yard man we go hard and win
And every yard man dream a fi go a farrin
Money too big it mussi nah go a gym

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