"Sistren" as written by and Michael (gb 1) Rose Derrick Simpson....
If you have a sistren an she
come from country town
Home training and manners
She never know
Grandfather say oh mammy
say forward gal a mountain side
Mek she go wash tuh
Mek she go wash tub

Don't mek she go to waste
Don't mek she go to waste
Don't let she stand and wait oh
Don't mek she face disgrace
Don't let she go to waste
Don't let she go to waste

If you have a sistren and she
come from woodland home
Irie spirit she has when she greets
you
It shows grandfather say
Oh mammy say forward gal a
mountain side dub her up a ital fall
Dub her up a ital fall

Chorus

In a earth I would like the blessing
to be on all the chlldren of Israel
For the fear of Jah is the
beginning of wisdom
The sistren qone natty dread
All a wear tall frok instead

Chorus

Cultural vibes are her saying
A piece of silver don't strike her eye
She say reality is so nice
So take care women
African ruby I mean that truly
Come mek we forward down
a river to go beat old clothes


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Sistren" as written by Michael (gb 1) Rose Derrick Simpson

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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