"Jailer" as written by and Asuquo....
Mmm
No, no, no, no
Oh yeah

I'm in chains, you're in chains too
I wear uniforms and you wear uniforms too
I'm a prisoner
You're a prisoner too, Mr. Jailer
Oh

I have fears, you have fears too
I will die, but yourself will die too
Life is beautiful
Don't you think so too, Mr. Jailer?

I'm talking to you jailer!
Stop calling me a prisoner
Let he who is without sin be the first to cast the stone
Mr. Jailer
Mr. Jailer man

You suppress all my strategies
You oppress whoa whoa every part of me
What you don't know
You're a victim too, Mr. Jailer
Oh!

You don't care about my point of view
If I die another will work for you
So you treat me like a modern slave, Mr. Jailer

I'm talking to you jailer!
Stop calling me a prisoner
Let he who is without sin be the first to cast the stone
Mr. Jailer
Mr. Jailer man

You see
If you walking in a market place
Don't throw stones
Even if you do, you just might hit one of your own
Life is not about your policies
All the time
So you better rearrange your philosophies
And be good to your fellow man, Jailer!

Stop calling me a prisoner
Let he who is without sin be the first to cast the stone
Mr. Jailer

Oh, I'm talking to you jailer!
Stop calling me a prisoner
Let he who is without sin be the first to cast the stone
Mr. Jailer
Mr. Jailer

I hear my baby say
I wanna be president
I want your money
From my government
What he don't know, what he would know, what he can know
(Jailer) Jailer (Jailer) Jailer
Oh be good whoa, be good whoa, be good woah
Somebody be good whoa, be good whoa, be good
Oh oh be good whoa, be good whoa, be good whoa (Jailer, Jailer)


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"Jailer" as written by Cobhams Emmanuel Asuquo Bukola Elemide

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    Lyric CorrectionAm in chains you’re in chains too I wear uniforms, you wear uniforms too Am a prisoner, you’re a prisoner too Mr Jailer

    I have fears you have fear too I will die, you sef go die too Life is beautiful don’t you think so too Mr Jailer

    Am talking to you jailer Stop calling me a prisoner Let he who is without sin- Be the first to cast the stone Mr Jailer

    You suppress all my strategy You oppress every part of me What you don’t know, you’re a victim too Mr Jailer

    You don’t care about my point of view If I die another will work for you So you threat me like a modern slave Mr Jailer

    You don’t care about my point of view If I die another will work for you So you threat me like a modern slave Mr Jailer

    If you walking in a market place Don’t throw stones Even if you do you just might hit One of your own Life is not about your policies All the time So you better rearrange your Philosophies and be good to your fellow man jailer

    I hear my baby say I wan be president I wan chop money From my government What he don’t know Be say Mr Jailer
    arlincoon December 07, 2010   Link
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    Song MeaningShe is talking about our businesses, government, laws, and policies.

    Her prison is her cubical, her jailer is her boss
    - She doesn't understand how this came to be, feeling like she is less than another human who's not much different from her. Since they work in the same place, wear the same attire. she knows they are in the same prison to begin with, its their job.

    "i have fears...you die too." - talks about how human they both are not much different

    Than she talks about how she is being suppressed by her boss, but he is being suppressed too and then she warns her boss not too treat everyone the same. In due time someone else who is greater than him/her will come by and do the same to him.

    Then she is talking about her baby wanting to be president. She is referring that the ultimate suppressor is the government.
    arlincoon December 07, 2010   Link

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