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FEVER
Vybz Kartel


XO XO, my love is very special
If you want it you can have it
But don't take me for granted
So much, so much, so much things I did not say
I'm from Portmore that's in J.A.
We can do it on that beach there

Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock
Bruk it, set it, bruk it, set it, bruk it, set it, bruk it, set it

Backshot, somehow you got,
Extra, Forget mi not
When it sweet you, weh you say
(Bap bap bap bap bap bap)
Fever pon you punany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist
Fever pon you punaany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist

(Verse 1)
When you look back a you, A me that
Doggy style, puppy whisper
My cocky so hot it gi the fire fever
If you cyaa bruk it off hasta la vista,
Gyal haffi have a pussy power,
Grab it, leggo, quint lower,
Go dung, lover, go dung, go back
Tattoo colour, warm summer

(Speaking gypsy)

Backshot, somehow you got,
Extra, Forget mi not
When it sweet you, weh you say
(Bap bap bap bap bap bap)
Fever pon you punany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist
Fever pon you punaany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist

(Verse 2)
Come pose pon you head, you nah dead
Wide out, like a sheet spread
Likkle Twelve leff Deggs,
That mash up him head
Cairo gi him a third world girl instead,
She sivin wicked,
So she, did it,
Send her cousin come a Addi,
When mi, done, she haffi, say daddy

(Speaking gypsy)

Backshot, somehow you got,
Extra, Forget mi not
When it sweet you, weh you say
(Bap bap bap bap bap bap)
Fever pon you punaany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist
Fever pon you punaany
Whine fi mi baby, everything cris
My good love make you turn and twist

Backshot, somehow you got,
Extra, Forget mi not
When it sweet you, weh you say
(Bap bap bap bap bap bap)
Fever, fever pon you punany
Fever, fever pon you punaany


VYBZ KARTEL

Vybz Kartel (born Adidja Palmer, Jan. 7, 1976) is a Jamaican dancehall deejay.

He was born at Kingston's Victoria Jubilee Hospital, and was one of six children. Originally from Waterhouse, Kingston, he was raised in the Waterford district in the community Portmore, Jamaica. Adidja attended Calabar High School in Kingston but was expelled as a teenager. Determined to continue his education, he completed his studies at a tutorial technical school. ... Read More