well you don't call, and you don't page
i never loved you (babe)
and you don't like the way i am

well you don't call, and you don't page
i never loved you (babe)
and you don't like the way i pray

see you on weekends
when i need to bathe
run your fingers through my locks, with lust
and you think you're i in i with Jah

don't call, don't page
i loved you anyways, even though you're out of range

well you don't call, and you don't page
and you don't like the one i'm with

Bob Marley on the radio, you said you fell in love with Jah
hang up the dial, Jah

you spit on the lamb
you spit on me
killing this lion
raised up to zion

Bob Marley on the radio and you said you fell in love with Jah

a lie, a lie

Bob Marley on the radio and you said you fell in love with Jah


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    this means tor was with a girl who he loved but hated at the same time because she just acted like she was one with God and by pretending like she was it was insulting to tor and God

    HardcoreRockGirlon August 20, 2002   Link

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