Mavado - Goodbye To My Haters Lyrics


(Chorus)

A nuff a dem waan you dead and gone
But everywhere you go you hold yo head and gone
Yo know mi happy seh a me one born
Suh when dem si mi pon the top yo know a me one gone

(Verse 1)
Goodbye to mi haters
Soon si unuh mi friends
Mi a pray fi Jamaica
Mi soon si unuh again

It’s hard to be away from the land you love
Jamaica
Nuh matter weh in a the world
A Jamaica land we love

When mi just hold a fresh and mi feeling right
The dawgs check me wid the cars and bikes
We turn it up till the broad day light
Lets show some love no more war and hype
Ladies come over, party all night
We pick the fruits, all fruits ripe
Wi a nuh some bwoy wid some cartoon hype
Wi the girls dem like caw wi sstyle dem tight

(Chorus)
A nuff a dem waan you dead and gone
But everywhere you go you hold yo head and gone
Yo know mi happy seh a me one born
Suh when dem si mi pon the top yo know a me one gone


(Verse 2)
But mi voice a the gift fi the price
Dem nuh waan si mi live but mi nice
Dem a snake, dem a cheese fi the mice
That’s why dem waan mi demise

(Chorus)
A nuff a dem waan you dead and gone
But everywhere you go you hold yo head and gone
Yo know mi happy seh a me one born
Suh when dem si mi pon the top yo know a me one gone


(Verse 3)
When you kill out the kids a the future
What you waan the future to be
Mama cry shi don’t want nuh shooter
Don’t send no shooter fi mi
God know a nuh da life yah wi choose
Youth a go a school and don’t have no shoes
Everyday a bare things pon the view
Why kill another man and you cyaa si the youth
It’s messed up
Oh wi cyaa si a better way
So messed up
Go tell my enemy’s mi naw fade away
Not a day

(Chorus)
A nuff a dem waan you dead and gone
But everywhere you go you hold yo head and gone
Yo know mi happy seh a me one born
Suh when dem si mi pon the top yo know a me one gone

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