Lusion - Music is my life Lyrics


Time start catching up

Right now me baby mother start acting up
She a tell me say, a she a lone a provide
Say she nuh know wah me a do wid me life
How man years the music just not enough
She just wah me look a work becauz she have it ruff
A say a cruff life me really wah fi live
So me fi leave music and think positive

Me tell har say music is my life
You nah bruk my vibes
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna be wife
music is my life
Baby you nah bruk my vibez
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna wanna be mine

She tell me say
Time is money, so why you waste time
She say money tree out deh so why you nah climb
She say you nah see the reality you worser than blind
Me still a see the way to success in my mind
She say time is money but you nah go waste mine
If you nah collect the paper why the hell you nuh resign
You nuh have a ting inna you name and you a cross enemy line
Lowe music is a work you fi go find

No, music is my life
You nah bruk my vibes
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna be wife
music is my life
Baby you nah bruk my vibez
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna wanna be mine

Me know you have me back from February the fourth
But if you hate me lifestyle dat mean me lifestyle you nuh support
Me wah you believe in me baby give me your vote
Me wah you help me pray fi me throat
You know me respect the fact you never carry me go court
Me nah go give up because me know what am worth
And I really hope you know that it hurt
When you nuh support me mentally
Even thou you know that

music is my life
You nah bruk my vibes
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna be wife
music is my life
Baby you nah bruk my vibez
Cause when the tables start turn
And money start earn
You're gonna wanna be mine

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