JESSE ROYAL- Clear My Head

by ENIKAI (SOUNDCLOUD)
(sheffield uk )

yeah no marijuanna never hurt a soul


got to clear my head need and pound of da tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, i need a pound of da kushum plalalalalalalaeng

A mi se, crack or cocaine natty dont need it, nor buy, nor sell, no doubling a hit,
this government, some real hypocrite, legalise alcohol and even cancer stick.
in the end they prove theres no benifit.... liquor make you sick and tobacco toxic.
goo by research a ????????? watch the pills you pop or the symptoms commit.
GMO food a disease magnet so i till my soil every chance i get!
plant all my greens including my ses, a couple row peppers and scotch bonnet.

The government motives lead by profit, and thats why police set, how its set. herb is another one of our greatest assets. utilise your resource ???????


ohh my days my head need and ounce of tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, i need a pound of the kushum plalalalalalalaeng,
got to clear my head need and ounce of tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, i need a ouce of the kushum plalalalalalalaeng

in the morning when i wake up, its the first thing on my mind, in the midday before lunch, it open and close my appetite, in the evening when i get home i light up my chalice then bun roll, and in the nightime after i chant my sounds, you know it put me to bed


clear my head need and ounce of tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, i need a pound of the kushum plalalalalalalaeng,
got to clear my head need and ounce of tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, need a ouce of the kushum plalalalalalalaeng
got to clear my head need and ounce of tool and bread bread bread bread,
ohh my days, need a ouce of the kushum plalalalalalalaeng





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