DRUGS KULCHA (5 years after)


johnny
mi neva know yuh do dem ting deh to?
wah?
teck yuh nose tun vacuum cleaner

johnny use to satisfy with just smokin
till some foreigner come and say
man you're jokin
a know smokin will get u high
but that still wont make u reach the sky
i'm gonna give u a thing
that will make u sing
and every where u go people will swing

suh johnny stop smoke
im start sniff coke
im teck it fi a joke

drug kulcha takin ova de place
yuh know dis is a damn disgrace
drug kulcha takin ova de place
youth your life is gonna go to waste

rasta a smoke herbs before i born
wi eat wi ital food wi life still a gwan
wen johnny sniff and it guh to im head
im eye start pulp im is like a living dead

drug kulcha takin ova de place
yuh know dis is a damn disgrace
drug kulcha takin ova de place
youth your life is gonna go to waste

johnny sniff and sniff
forget about de spliff
said he felt good
just like a singer should
so he pass it to his friend
another fool agen

drug kulcha takin ova de place
yuh know dis is a damn disgrace
drug kulcha takin ova de place
youth your life is gonna go to waste

now pleasure is afreedom song
wat makes one man rise makes another go down
so get high on life
even your wife
dont let de fame
go to your brain
make u insane
a say move de cocaine

drug kulcha takin ova de place
yuh know dis is a damn disgrace
drug kulcha takin ova de place
youth your life is gonna go to waste

youth man stop it now before it too late


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