Mavado Caribbean Girls Lyrics Overtime Riddim

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Mavado

Mavado

Intro

Gal yo body hold mi fi true
Mi stick on just like crszy glue
A swear mi no know wa fi do

Chorus
That’s why mi she gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean girls
Yo worth more than a billion
One in a million gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Love mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean gwan mi Caribbean
Wine mi Caribbean girls

Verse 1
Trinidad gal dem hold mi
Barbados gal control mi
Jamaica gal take all a mi money yet still lef mi lonely
Guyana gal dem wan know mi
Ride it like a pony
Shi caw over throw mi
Mi tuff like a stony shi fat an shi boney
Gal yo body good an it a show
Sexy draws an yo ass out a door
Yo meck mi ove grow
An mi know she yo know she a yuh have the caribbean flow

Chorus
So mi seh gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean girls
Yo worth more than a billion
One in a million gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Love mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean gwan mi Caribbean
Wine mi Caribbean girls

Verse 2
Listen mi
Have yo ever seen how a Caribbean gyal wine
Shi no have no spine yo no si She a wine man one million time
Top a the line yuh a gold mine
Mi a muss a leprechaun fi yo gold coin
Bruk it out pan hi floor fi mi one more time
Brace up yo body pon mine

Chorus
So mi seh gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean girls
Yo worth more than a billion
One in a million gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Love mi Caribbean girls
Wine mi Caribbean gwan mi Caribbean
Wine mi Caribbean girls

Mi a talk girls from Jamaica
Yuh know, Girls from Bahamas
Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago
Freeport, Antigua, Guyana
Pretty Girls, St Lucia
All dem girls

Gimmi mi Caribbean girls
Love mi Caribbean girls

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