Mad Cobra Defend it Lyrcs Produced by JRK Muzik

by DHRW
(Jamaica)

Deven a too, mi deven wah dis fi be no forty-five

Mi just a, yuh know a hold a vibe
Caw di music set away a bag a vampire in a it
anyway, you see we now

(Verse 1)
Buju mek mi naw too gi nobody hail
Some man rejoice true Addy go a jail
Me get shot dem tek it meck chat
And dem never waan no judge gi Ninja no bail
Belly dem a carry if you tune dem a wale
The bwoy dem even vex true Josey a Wale
Mi no inna nothing wid no bwoy wid scales
So it better dem no si mi cause mi naw use no hail
Yeh dem bwoy deh train jump off a rail
Style weh dem claim seh a lock place stale
Place too hot fi dem pun da woozie deh
Follow dem cyaa match wi stripe cause wi si seh dem a scale

(Chorus)
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it

Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it

(Verse 2)
Mi stock lyrics
Mi stock rhyme
And if mi have rhyme
Mi must have lime
Phone but mi have mi Digicel same time
Time fi mi tell dem likkle fool yah mi mind
Dancehall a mash up an a true badmind
Crab inna barrel a bay dirt and slime
Robbin and Bat man, Bat Man a that man
That man no waan fi si another man climb
Sinking gutter belly, sewage old swine
You meck fi you own so low the youth
dem fi shine
Column inna Dancehall come a play want all
Next likkle clown a play all is mine
Bout you love the ghetto youths, stop lieing
Mi never hear yo left a pound a chicken back frying
Bay face card unu stink like dog
You meck the money but you never give back a dime

(Chorus)
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it

Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it

(Outro)
When since this becomes a one man bread
Weh everybody haffi do weh one man said
The crown too big fi fit pon one man head
The gyal dem too nuff fi go inna one man bed
Wah bounce off a shoulder fi do so paw head
Dem wouldn’t mine yo buck yo toe drop down dead
Mi know dem a go ask who skelta a talk
Rather low fear diamond wid lox pon head
A who da man yah a chat to so
You my youth
Dancehall bigger than you my youth
Da hype supn deh weh you a try yuh fi know seh
Respect a no supn weh you buy my youth
tek check

(Chorus)
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it

Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anyone a unu weh no like this defend it
Anything a anything, send it


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