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Boom Shaka – Vatican lyrics

It use to chill my soul
When I heard them sounds from back then
Out of their learning
Places I see and been

Come around, come around, come around
Come feel the vibes coming from down south
In a place where situation dread
Third world man
Burden heavier than lead
Cooler them sounds got to play

Here we come again
Here we come again
Vibes in out the place
Dread natty locks
Dey pon the scene again

Dem vibes we use to talk about
Dem vibes we used to talk about
Was really but a love thing
If you know what I mean
Them times we tell them
Babylon better left the children alone
Nough control pon their souls

[Chorus:]
See we come again
Dread locks pon the scene again
Well Babylon take a lick well quick
Fire burn the Vatican City, City, City
Down there in Rome

Fire one, here come three
Riding on a bullet settle, settle
Easy Captain, easy Captain
Don't draw no brakes no
Don't draw no brakes no

Chorus

In the mix
Betta get in the mix, lookout
We don't ramp on here
Babylon got to take nough licks
Do the lick Boom Shaka
Play let the music sweet
Dub let the music click
Fling let the music lick

Chorus



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/b/boom_shaka/vatican.html

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