Popcaan - Good Times Lyrics


I know there's gonna be...


Me work everyday til me meet ends
Haffi tun it up pon the weekends
Buss a toast to your real friends
Tell me weh you drinking caz

I know there's gonna be good times
Good times yeahh
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
Good times yeahh

High grade inna rizzla
Hennessy we a drink and a beat couple Sizzla
Gyal a wine up like a window
Jamie drive har crazy but she a nuh passenger
Me nuh smell like ginger
couple beer, champagne, shot of tequila
When me clip one finger
Me mek gyal boom flick like ninja

Timing burn a spliff and settle your mind
We have weed of every kind
Wether New York or Trini online
Gyal a falla one one inna line
Wah relax pon Pappi front seat when the Bimmer recline
A soh the sittin design

So, I know there's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
Good times yeahh
I know there's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times

Me and two french girl and Dre Island
Take a trip to Teeky Island
Say dem wah be friends with Jamaican
Rasta-man, yeah, No beacon
Dem want a man from the Ghetto
But not Akon, common sense maybe Braeton
Dem a say fi have a time a we dem a wait pon
The black sittin she wah play pon

And me say baby
Come have a good time
Bust a bad wine
You say you wah give me sumtin long time
Me deal wid the scene rough
Sumtin like crime
And mek she sing Wiz line

I know there's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
I know there's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times
There's gonna be good times

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