Jahmiel - You Can Do It Too Lyrics

Frass a nuff time man stress and desperate

Nuff nuh mek no step
Me never get no wealth
Man ago try till breath nuh lef
Yeah

But what if me did give up
And tell me self say me caah badda
Wouldn't find a chart topper
Pocket wouldn't green grass hopper
Couldn't help my dadda nor mama
Never siddung pon corner a idle
Me a find songs and a..
Big stage me wah perform pon a waving me see me fans hand a

Frass, yow a far man a come from
Life weh hard man a come from
A so me know you can do it too
Ghetto yutes, hungry days weh man a come from
But still man rise from the dungeons
So me know you can do it too
Every ghetto yutes

One bag a chatting a me ears
Bout weh me haffi do fi start blocking a di place
But inna a Jah me put me faith
Now years goes by look a who a pull the gate
The ones dem weh never have nuttin good fi say
Mouth help put me deh
Now the world a look fi me
When me mother done cook she say

Jahmiel, a far man a come from
Life weh hard man a come from
A so me know you can do it too
Ghetto yutes, hungry days weh man a come from
But still man rise from the dungeons
So me know you can do it too
Every ghetto yutes

The yutes dem a tower hill
Say if a building a our skill
We haffi moved on, me nuh see none a chill
There were days, when I feel like giving up
Yeah, but now a glory time
Nuttin never happen before the time

Frass, yow a far man a come from
Life weh hard man a come from
A so me know you can do it too
Ghetto yutes, hungry days weh man a come from
But still man rise from the dungeons
So me know you can do it too
Every ghetto yutes

Far man a come from

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