"Jamaica" as written by and Bobby Caldwell....
When the world gets too much to carryAnd when life becomes
too bizarreAnd all of my friends seem ordinaryAs
compared to the RastafarNo, I can't wait to see
the cityHave a drink inside my favorite barSo if you
leave me, that's a pityMaybe I'm better off by
farOh, JamaicaHold meCome let your arms
enfold meForever and everSomeone told meLove
grows Here in JamaicaLeaving you, how could I
everAs I ran for the ocean ferryWell I knew
I'd said my last goodbyeAnd now my life seems so
contraryAs the stars fill the evening skyOh,
JamaicaHold meCome let your arms enfold meForever
and everSomeone told meLove growsHere in
JamaicaLeaving you, how could I ever


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"Jamaica" as written by Bobby Caldwell

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