Lady Saw – IDC (I Don’t Care) Lyrics




(Verse 1)
Mi love mi so much like mi jealous a mi self
Mi love mi so much mi no stop watch mi self
Mi love mi so much mi no stop chat mi self
The way mi love mi so much mi no see nobody else

Gyal hate mi so much and dem dream bout me
A walk and a chat in a the scheme bout me
When mi use to go a school dem tell the Dena bout me
Carry news to mi man and all a scheme bout me

(Chorus)
But I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

(Verse 2)
Dem no like mi but mi still a wake up
Mi still a get show dancehall a shake up
Everyweh mi go dem ugly face make up
Dem a go hate mi most now cause mi voice fi Markus
Am so inlove wid me
And mi fans so inlove wid me
Those other ones obsessed wid me
Dem tweet mi twitter page and a act like a me

(Chorus)
But I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

(Verse 3)
Gyal seh dem no like mi but mi couldn’t careless
Mi money cyaa count mi no shop a payless
Cred battom mi wear in a heels not crep
And a 10 grand mi pay fi mi Marcasa dress
When mi push mi door it open wide
Landlord nah block it so mi no haffi hide
Mi no pay rent fi none a mi high rise
A zero fi dem gyal deh who a cut eyes

(Chorus)
But I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I don’t care if yuh don’t like me
I love me

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