"Ina Different Time" as written by Tilmann Otto, Balfour Constantine Bailey, Bennett Donovan, Donald Dennis and Carol Alexander Mc Laughlin....
[Chorus]:
And so we meet again ina different time
And place don't be dismayed
Your crime has already been comitted
(Repeat)

[Gentleman]:
Uno run come ya
Dem a bwoy a gwaan like a dem a run down ya
Pier big machine dem a use and gun ya
Police badman and soldier want dun ya
Daddy rings come ya

[Daddy Rings]:
When we come bun ya
Certain dutty things what certain bwoy tek fi fun ya
Wake up everday and blood still a run down ya
Rich man have it all and poor people have none ya
Beat kette drum ya drum ya

[Chorus]:
And so we meet again ina different time
And place don't be dismayed
Your crime has already been comitted
(Repeat)

[Daddy Rings]:
All you top a top
When you wake up everyday a more shotter drop
And we sending out a message to the killer-cops
Before you take another life
I beg you ceck your fact
Make sure a two holes you dig
When you a set you trap

[Gentleman]:
Now we come fi weak the crab
Everything you take already we go take it back
You say you come fi hold a medi but your medi flop
And dem dun dead already seh
When da tune ya a drop

[Chorus]:
And so we meet again ina different time
And place don't be dismayed
Your crime has already been comitted
(Repeat)

[Daddy Rings]:
When we throw them overboard
'Cause we see say nuff a dem nuh
Really know the code
And to be a victim i really can't afford
In this time and this ages rastafari is the most

[Gentleman]:
Nuff a dem a talk 'bout dem badman things
But anytime we come we come with good tidings
This is gentleman and the one daddy rings
Sealing up the trinity ...jah Marley tha sing

[Chorus]:
And so we meet again ina different time
And place don't be dismayed
Your crime has already been comitted
(Repeat)


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