Sadiki - Before The Time Club Dance Riddim lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Sadiki

Sadiki

Written by H. Buckley, Jr.

This one's for my brothers, Wo brothers keep your head up

Vrs. 1:
We all have, broken promises faded dreams,
Disappointment in our lives,
Thought by now, you'd have the world at your command,
Seems like time passed you by,
Giving up was never easy until now, Quit was never a word until now
All the years you've worked and sacrificed, Ain't enough to pay the price
Can't believe you're still at the waiting stage,

Cho:
Still nothing ever comes before the time,
Nothing ever works until you try,
Forget your fears and lay it on the line,
Cause it's never gonna work until you try

Vrs 2:
Had dreams of being a doctor, Wall Street's most powerful lawyer,
Anything but a struggling man,
But lack in resource made your priorities change,
And basic survival, becomes the game,
You've carried your burdens for so long,
You'll wanna lay them down and just move on,
Pocket's broke but life remains, Bear your pain and take the shame,
Caught up in the traffic, but the lights must change

Back to Chorus, then Rpt. 1st vrs.

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