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I see them dealin wid the youth dem like an asset
Selling out wi daughters fi put money inna dem pocket
Gun the yute dem lock it from before dem in dem teens
No English, Mathematics, just a ‘matic in them jeans
Say a that a di regime autocratic with the scheme
Cycle nah go stop it as dramatic as it seems
Our children they have dreams, In the eyes I see the gleam
We need fi make them know say them a King and dem a Queen-Pre-chorus- When the little girl a walk Leave her make she pass Every day you and you dirty big man friend a talk ‘Bout her batty rider shorts How unnu wah fi take it off A lurk inna the dark A dem yah ting yah get me cross-Chorus – Mommy where is your daughter Oh papa where is your son What’s gonna happen to wi future When we daughters dem lost And we son a bus gun Oh Mommy where is your daughter Papa where is your son What’s gonna happen to wi future When we daughters dem lost and we son a buss gun Now if you really check the pree A from the yard you bend the tree The youths first teacher is his immediate family But Mummy haffi gone a work Papa inna penitentiary So what’s it gonna be Whose gonna boil the baby tea Well Uncle nah no work Now him deh a yard a lurk Somehow him find himself under likkle Nana skirt Traumatize her now Pin her future pon the line Sharpen the lass dem, him cya too hard to find-Chorus –
Mommy where Where Where is your son Where is your daughter What’s gonna What’s gonna happen
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