Reggae artiste Chronixx 'They Don't Know' Lyrics and Video

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Chronixx

Chronixx

They don't know, and I say they don't know, they see me smile, but they don't know what I feel inside,

only you know, yeah, only you know, they see me smile but they don't know what I feel inside

they see the dancing dem see the performance, nuff people see mi life an waan one
but dem nuh know say more time it look dormant, and dem nuh see say yah mi belly mi a crawl pun
cause mi mama just call mi with tears in her eyes, she never know mi have a stage show tonight, not even she see di fears in my eyes but mi just a gwan put on di show

Cause they dont know, yeah, they dont know, they see me smile but they dont know what I feel inside,
only you know, only I know jah, they see me smile but they dont know what I feel inside

inna di boiling sun footing it on di street, righteous music mi putting it pun di beat,
but, nuttin nuh righteous but how life set, if yuh nuh know hard life, den yuh nuh know life yet
beca mi papa just call mi, poverty mek him a screw, him never know say mi have an interview, but, mi still have to put on di show, because they dont know

I say they don't know, yeah, they dont know, they see me smile but they dont know what I feel inside,
only you know, chronixx, only you know, they see you smile bwoy, but they dont know what It feels inside

yess I, so low mi mek mi bawl, low mi mek mi cry, cause they dont know what I feel inside, low mi mek mi bawl, low mi mek mi cry, yes I yes I yes I
and I say so low mi mek mi bawl, low mi mek mi cry, cause,
only I know, yes jah yes, only I know

dem say, chronixx come pun di stage show and dun it, him an him bandsman friend dem bun it,
but dem never know say a one shirt mi have, mi haffi wash it and, mi haffi sun it off
dem say mi tek di stage show, dem say mi lyrics dem a flow,
but dem never know say mi haffi, work hard inna six feet of snow, they dont know,

they dont know, they see me smile but they dont know what I feel inside, only I know, yes bwoy, they see you smile

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