Masicka - Hard Ball Lyrics

Yow lift up two a dat and two a diss

Show dem wah gwaan
See wah me a seh
Yellow Moon

Di boy dem start it and dem a run help you waah call
Boom, Roberto Carlos hard ball
Middlesex, Surrey don't worry yow Cornwall
Boy skin coulda tuffer dan hard wall
Weh me cell phone deh mek a small call
Bare crocodile roll out out
Couple couple
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Boy dem a gwaan like say rain caah fall
Sen fi fire stick dat nah stall
You full a bare big chat but you heart small
Hard ball pon belly man start crawl
Go fi everybody man want all
Gas gas gimmi di light like Sean Paul
Watch dem, fi get weh dog you chance small
Dis the don and dem ting deh
Food get fling weh

Weh nuh too talk just hard ball
Boom, Roberto Carlos hard ball
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Weh nuh too talk just hard ball
Boom, Roberto Carlos hard ball
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall

Serious like a judge crocodile don't play
Place get bright, BOOM, night tun day
Me mawga fist fight I don't play
Hard Ball, Hall Ball, I don't play
You a run off you mouth
Try don't stray
New mine man we run up weh you hide weh you stay
Go pon me phone and style it away
As you fly the guiness as you light up a craw
Hard ball, brand new cologne it a spray
Bare darkness like you light waah pay
Caah move like the play inna di clay
Hot like yard climate inna May

Hah left it all when time me a gray
Kingston Kingston, weh dem a try do mobay
Run up pon me nuh eeeh child me nuh play
Gen-aside out boy pray

Yellow Moon
Weh nuh too talk just hard ball
Boom, Roberto Carlos hard ball
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Weh nuh too talk just hard ball
Boom, Roberto Carlos hard ball
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall
Dog we bad like ninties dancehall

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