Protoje no lipstick lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Intro:

Empress look what I brought for you
Marijuana glistening in the morning dew

Chorus:
She put her lips to my blunt and kiss it
No excuse when she roll she spliff
For she don't even care if it smudge no lipstick.
Nah refuse that a how she rep
She mek sure I have some greens with it when I sip it
Then she roll off and roll up ma ting,
And make me know that anyhow I put it in my lyrics
Only some girls gonna comprehend.

Verse One:
No she nuh agree wid dem policies
so she bun her trees.
No apologies ever needed,
Pon her property no it never cease so she get her peace
And her release when she weeded.
Like it when it cure but she have a pree, prefer it when it green
Have more THC when she steaming
When me go country and me come back in
She nuh ask a ting cause she know wah me a bring.

Chorus

Verse Two:
Oh she love ma herb etiquette
How I roll it up so delicate
How I nah tek a draw before she get a hit
How me a drive in from far
and me alone pon the road jussa move with
my light and my music when
the thought of you just waiting make me reach home safely
Navigate me baby, I know it's on you brain.
When you hear these statements
and these message placements
no need to explain what I'm saying.

Chorus

Verse Three:
So now she sey she grown up
and she growing her own from the ground up
from the seed to the stalk till the pound drop
and now me a mek demands when I show up
Then I set sail as I inhale
The surplus is not for sale.
Its purpose is much more real
So courteous with how she deal with it
But it increase her feeling when me a buil' it
She wet it and seal it.

Chorus

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