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Rasta Got Soul

Warrior music, reggae music
Jamaican choose it
European, American, and the Caribbean, woyo
(Wooo..)

Rasta got soul, reggae music rocking my bone
(Rocking my bone) my bone (rocking my bone)
It’s never getting old
Reggae music more and more
(And more) and more (and more)

No you can’t influence, me a go doin’ another thing
From me a born reggae music mi a sing
Some don’t know the history and don’t know di thing
Big mouth dem no stop blubberin’
Nuff nah show respect to the elder dem
We ‘ave fi crown dem heights, dem a de great legend
You can’t come tell me, say you are the man
When reggae music yuh no understand, wooy
Enough a dem nuh know about the music
Dem just a hustle and a try to abuse it, woy
Dem nuh sow nuh seed dem waan’ fi reap and a sell we out cheap
Respect to di youths dem weh bust from di ghetto ‘cross de road
Dey mark reggae music a echo, a echo
Nuff a dem a bandwagonis
Dem can’t follow dis, listen di lion a roar

Rasta got soul, reggae music rocking my bone
(Rocking my bone) my bone (rocking my bone)
It’s never getting old
Reggae music more and more
(And more) and more (and more)

When the reggae touch Italy and Germany
Rasta a bring out the ceremony
All over inna Nairobi, even dung a Cali
I would say dem a be sure me no see nobody
This is not a competition, check the vision
Reggae music no cause no fliction, no fliction, woyo

Rasta got soul, reggae music rocking my bone
(Rocking my bone) my bone (rocking my bone)
It’s never getting old
Reggae music more and more
(And more) and more (and more)

Rasta got soul, reggae music inna mi bone
Me got soul, a that me want you fi know
Rasta got soul (Lord) reggae music inna mi bone
Rasta got soul (Lord) reggae music inna mi bone

So big up the legend called Bob Marley
Big up the legend with name Peter Tosh
Big up the legend Bunny Wailer
And big up the legend Jacob Miller
Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Alton Ellis
Many are gone but not forgotten, not forgotten

Rasta got soul, reggae music rocking my bone
(Rocking my bone) my bone (rocking my bone)
It’s never getting old
Reggae music more and more
(And more) and more (and more)

Big up di young legends dem me say like Capleton
Sizzla Kalonji, Bounty, Beenie man
Don Gargon, Cold Tea, Shabba Ranks the Grammy Man
Freddie McGregor, Cocoa Tea, Beres and Luciano
Nah forget Buju Banton
And there is so much more to mention
Turbulence and Fanton, I-Wayne
Shaggy, Sean Paul, big up yourself, oh, oh
If me nuh call your name
Please catch me inna di next song, woyo
‘Cause di list a di name a too long

Rasta got soul (Lord) soul (Lord)
Rasta got soul (Lord) soul (Lord)
We got soul (Lord)
We got soul (Lord)
Rasta got soul
We got soul (Lord)

Rasta got soul, reggae music rocking my bone, my bone
It’s never getting old
Reggae music more and more..

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