Reggae singer Gyptian Wine Slow Lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Gyptian

Gyptian

Yo Russian

yo she wine pon one hand

a who you
tell me a who you
baby how u look so cool
a who you
tell me a who you girl
a who you
wooooiii laaadd ah bwoii

Hook
I want u to wine slow for me
tic toc for me
baby u drop it like dat
I want u to move slow to me
cautiously, baby I love it like dat
cause when u dress up in u two piece & short shorts
baby u really look good
I got ask u what u use on your skin
baby tell me how u skin so smooth

cause when u wine slow on me
you tic toc on me
baby I love it like dat
i want u move hard pon me
move cautiously
baby sometimes on the spot

Verse
u skin real tight
u are my type
believe me, believe me
i got a hook onto u
I dont know what I would do
girl if u leave me
u hear me

Hook
wine slow on me
you tic toc on me
baby I love it like dat
i want u move hard pon me
move cautiously
baby sometimes on the spot

want u to wine slow for me
tic toc for me
baby u drop it like dat
I want u to move slow to me
cautiously, baby I love it like dat

cause when u dress up in u two piece & short shorts
baby u really look good
I got ask u what u use on your skin
baby tell me how u skin so smooth

hook
cause when u wine slow on me
you tic toc on me
baby I love it like dat
i want u move hard pon me
move cautiously
baby sometimes on the spot

lala lala lala lala lala

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