Queen Ifrica – Corrupt System (Don't Cry) Lyrics

by DHRW
(Jamaica)


(Chorus)

Don’t cry mister Bunting
Come yah meck mi tell you something
Yo cyaa fight crime like that
Fire to fury a go get too hot

You wanna know why mister Bunting
The country got to be like that
Cause even the police is corrupted
So the poor naw go get no justice

(Verse 1)
Wi know yo into banking
But yo cyaa calculate crime, yo haffi solve it
The first thing yo haffi do is clean up the force
Too much wrong people deh inna the right post
The justice system wann clean up of course
Is like a fat person walking in a very tight clothe
Si yo hand kerchief deh wipe yo nose
Buckle up yo shoes and leave the post

(Chorus)
Don’t cry mister Bunting
Come yah meck mi tell you something
Yo cyaa fight crime like that
Fire to fury a go get too hot

You wanna know why mister Bunting
The country got to be like that
Cause even the police is corrupted
So the poor naw go get no justice

(Verse 2)
Hey lady Allen don’t run away
Put on yo pretty heels and come fight fi JA
Tell the white faces behind the big businesses
To invest more in young people values
And to the rest of Jamaica
A really full time fi wi start love wi neighbor
Even if all a dem give up paw wi
We cyaa give up paw wi self

(Chorus)
Don’t cry mister Bunting
Come yah meck mi tell you something
Yo cyaa fight crime like that
Fire to fury a go get too hot

You wanna know why mister Bunting
The country got to be like that
Cause even the police is corrupted
So the poor naw go get no justice

(Verse 3)
If yo waan devise intervention as the antidote
You haffi kill poverty and cut injustice throat
Campagne like when yo want the vote
Go yard to yard, yes knock the gate
And don’t bother worry cause it no late
Tell the people dem fi hold the faith
Wi likkle but wi talawa don’t forget
You ever si Jamaica people fail at anything yet

(Chorus)
Don’t cry mister Bunting
Come yah meck mi tell you something
Yo cyaa fight crime like that
Fire to fury a go get too hot

You wanna know why mister Bunting
The country got to be like that
Cause even the police is corrupted
So the poor naw go get no justice
(Verse 3)
If yo waan devise intervention as the antidote
You haffi kill poverty and cut injustice throat
Campagne like when yo want the vote
Go yard to yard, yes knock the gate
And don’t bother worry cause it no late
Tell the people dem fi hold the faith
Wi likkle but wi talawa don’t forget
You ever si Jamaica people fail at anything yet

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