Kenyata - Start Back It Up Lyrics

Kenyata - Start Back It Up Lyrics

Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Start back it up

Gal me did tell you
Me in love with you
Give you everything gal
Married you
A woulda rub down you body pretty gal
Spend time with you
I woulda climb macka tree
Just fi see you
Way you a whine pretty gal pretty gal
Feel me woulda whine pon you
Me over yah soh and you over deh soh
Attention me a peep pon you

Kenyata - Start Back It Up Lyrics

My girl just do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do
Hey gal, just do wah you a do
Back it up gal
Do wah you a do
Cock it up gal
Do wah you a do
Get mad gal do wah you a do
Hey gal, just do wah you a do

Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Come on, start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up

The way you make me feel tonight tonight
Feel like me wah sing for you
Gal, you make me heart skip beat
Everytime, everytime, everytime me see you
Hey gal a dah style deh me like
Me nah leave cah dah vibes yah so right
You cock it up, me jack you up whole night
Hey pretty girl you're really my type
A you me wah fi di rest of my life
Thank God me make the right choice
Skin clean and you cutie and polite
My girl and you future so bright

Baby just do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do
Hey gal, just do wah you a do
Back it up gal
Do wah you a do
Cock it up gal
Do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do
My girl just do wah you a do

Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Get mad come on, start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up
Every gal start back it up

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