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MOTHER'S LOVE
Vybz Kartel


No woman in this world can take my mamma place
The loving weh you give can never be replaced
Lady in my life every time I see your face
Mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, oh yes
Tell di boys and di girls
Mi love my mother, you fi love yours
Mi try nouns, pronouns and di verbs
But this here love cant measure wid words
Terecea Palmer come first
Shorty yo come next so no bother curse
Mommy never fail mi yet
Mi build di song with no regret
No woman in this world can take my mamma place
The loving weh you give can never be replaced
Lady in my life every time I see your face
Mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, oh yes
Your girlfriend wi left
But your mother just not go nowhere
If you know say a true mi a talk
Hold up unuh hand and say yes
Mi know my mother love mi
So who waan gwaan can pack up and go weh
Mommy never fail mi yet
Mi build mi song with no regret
No woman in this world can take my mamma place
The loving weh you give can never be replaced
Lady in my life every time I see your face
Mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, oh yes
Tell di boys and di girls
Mi love my mother, you fi love yours
Mi try nouns, pronouns and di verbs
But this here love cant measure wid words
Terecea Palmer come first
Shorty yo come next so no bother curse
Mommy never fail mi yet
Mi build di song with no regret
No woman in this world can take my mamma place
The loving weh you give can never be replaced
Lady in my life every time I see your face
Mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, oh yes
No woman in this world can take my mamma place
The loving weh you give can never be replaced
Lady in my life every time I see your face
Mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, mi si love, oh yes


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