Tear Drops - Jahmiel - Lyrics

Wah gwaan world

Wah really a gwaan
Mmmmmm, yeah

Nuff a make money and still no have a brain
Still a pree fi gi yuh hungry yute a strap inna di lane
Bredda still a kill bredda like Able and Cain
Nuff get caught up inna fame humbleness never remain
From me a little yute me hear say things a go change
Nuff couldn't hold it and end up insane
Nuff a dem do wrong and fret when dem see hurricane
When it pass by you gone back go do the same

People still a work but the work is in vain
Still caah go home to the tings they wah fi gain
Picknet go school, pickne come suffer the same
Try some hustling dem put we herbs inna di flame
Police a kill we off and dem never get no blame
Bigger heads never listen when we complain
We see the same things again and again
But if the rain could wash away our pain

I wish my teardorps were rain drops
And the sunshine could bring us a brither day
And the ocean where the waves at
Ocean could wash all my pain away, yeah
Yeah eeh eeh, yeah
A na naa naa naa
Naa naa naaa naa naa, yeah
Fi real, uhh ha

You tell me say you love tru mi have something fi give you
Yuh action show me say if me bruk me wouldn't see you
Me see users and not friend
Dem only deh deh when dem wah you solve a problem
Me see prices a rise with the pressure
The people dem no stop cry fi see better
War naah go no weh so a no rife me prefer
Me use me voice as the voice a di ghetto
And every song me write is like writing a letter
Fi open yuh eyes so yuh get wise when it echo
Dem probably ban di song cause me no licence fi say so
But rise up no ghetto, rise up
Many try to pave the way, past away
But the words weren't fade away, yeah
Look inna di mirror and dedicate you life fi do di right

I wish my teardorps were rain drops
And the sunshine could bring us a brither day
And the ocean where the waves at
Ocean could wash all my pain away, yeah
Yeah eeh eeh, yeah
A na naa naa naa
Naa naa naaa naa naa, yeah
Fi real, uhh ha

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