- Performer Blacka Don
- Title Wuk Fi Hours / Gyal Dem Want
- Date of release 1998
- Style Dancehall
- Other formats AIFF DXD WMA MP4 DTS XM ASF
- Genre Reggae
- Size MP3 1670 mb
- Size FLAC 1381 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 542
Gyal pickney, mi want you kill dem with the, "no" Don't make no boy take you fi poppy show Tell him fi move him rass if him want you fi blow. sum Say, wuk di money, wuk di money and bring it come Make a boy know you nah give him no free run. I'm not a mean one, you can ask Carrie-Anne Ask her how much money she get out of mi hand She never give mi nuh slam, but I understand She says I've got too many girls, I am the wild one All Natalie still love me She will lef' Tony and come sleep with me Maxine and Gene. want have mi baby Nuff bwoy nuh waan mind dem lady.
Lyrics for Wuk off Yuh Gyal by Aidonia . her pon the block and then mi meck the pressure reach her Him a box and beat her, mi flick her like mi 3 star Him a gi her ring weh full a ice like him a freeze her Mi gi her the love meck shi g. .chest a wheeze her The bwoy a watch the gyal mi seh real hard Him have.
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