Mavado - Cyaa Hold Me Again Lyrics Tenement Yard Riddim
Mavado "Cyaa Hold Me Again" burnin up the Airwaves in Jamaica. The song which is produce by Stephen di genius on his Tenement Yard Riddim is in heavy rotation.
Check out the lyrics and Audio below..
Intro Dem wahh mi suffer, why dem soh badmind But dem cant stop food from go pon my table Ahhh, Bwoy... Woee Woeee
Jamaica dem Cyaa hold me again Cyaa hold me again Badmind Cyaa hold me again Cyaa hold me again Mi sey mi go roun di corner, mi go roun di bend Cyaa hold me again Mi step inna di exhaust and gi dem problem Cyaa hold me again
Verse 1 All a who wah mi dead, wha mi dip inna di pen Cyaa hold me again Mi alone as Daniel inna di lion dem Cyaa hold me again Dem wah mi fi suffer, dem wah mi fi frost to yea, dis a my ghetto gospel A nuh dem mek mi a strive inna life so Heathen mi nuh chat to Dem can't mek mi mawga Cyaa mek mi feeble We nuh tek coke, we nuh use needle Dem try all kind a ting all dem izzim kizzim But you nuh see mi still a lead you Nuh house nuh car nuh vehicle Could'nt mek mi stray from di people Just tru money and egoooo, you si you fans dem a leave you
Chorus Cyaa hold me again, Cyaa hold me again Badmind can't hold me again Cyaa hold me again Mi sey mi go roun di corner, mi go roun di bend Cyaa hold me again Bigship Gullyside is a message we a send Cyaa hold me again
Verse 2 Genius dem stuck pon a level but a rise man a rise Say dem a mi fren dem siddon and a criticise When good turn eveil not a pretty site Dem wah si dark cloud but a pure pretty light I sit pon di hill a look pon di city light Never reach so far dem would'nt wah tek mi life A man live forever, nah live fi di hype Nuh wah back every promoter a di fi di flight
Chorus Cyaa hold me again Badmind Cyaa hold me again can't hold me again Mi sey mi go roun di corner, mi go roun di bend Cyaa hold me again Mi step inna di exhaust and gi dem problem Cyaa hold me again Bigship Gullyside is a message we a send Cyaa hold me again
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