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9 thoughts on “ Man Ina Mi Life - Lady Saw & Frankie Paul - Man Ina Mi Life (Vinyl)

  1. Jul 21,  · Me nuh nuff man nah go like dat song yah, But ah the gyal dem sumn, you know how mi stay already. Hey Hey! me man ah give me bon but ah 2 man me have, him cah stop my phone cuz ah 2 man mi have, Him ah run up an dong but ah 2 man mi have, Him nah go dong so a 2 man me have me man ah give me bon but ah 2 man me have, him cah stop my phone cuz ah 2 man mi have, Him ah run up an dong but ah 2 man.
  2. Jul 01,  · Under no circumstances should the great Frankie Paul’s name had been mixed up with people like Rupaul or John Pope Paul. It did not stop there, however, as Beenie Man sticking to his copycat ways sung the following in the song Bitter mi blood: I will love Ann Marie till she bawl but mi nah, sing a song with Frankie Paul.
  3. Lady Saw: Man Haffi Mind Me: Four Burn: Bankeylus: P Giscombe Lady Saw & Frankie Paul: Man Ina Mi Life: Darker Shade Of Black: Diamond Rush Productions International: Lady Saw: Man Inna Mi House: Walla Wiss: Bankeylus: P Giscombe Lady Saw: Man Is The Least: Fiesta [2] Madhouse: Dave ‘Rude Boy’ Kelly: Lady Saw: Man.
  4. Man Ina Mi Life Lyrics Lady Saw feat. Frankie Paul. 10 10 views. Lyrics not available. This song doesn't have lyrics or we haven't got yet. Submit lyrics. Lady Saw's top songs. Call You Lady Saw feat. Lexxus. Cool And Loving Barrington Levy feat.
  5. Lyrics to 'Man Haffi Mind Wi' by Lady Saw. Chorus: Mi have mi light bill fi pay man haffi mind mi Man haffi buy mi everyting before dem wine mi Mi have rent fi deal with all tomorrow mornin' So, no likkle fool caan strip mi.
  6. Paul Blake, better known as Frankie Paul, was a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist. Born blind, he has been dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'.
  7. Jul 08,  · Song Healing (feat. Beenie Man) Artist Lady Saw; Album Healing (feat. Beenie Man) Licensed to YouTube by WMG (on behalf of ADA US -VP Music); Greensleeves Music (Publishing), UMPI, UMPG Publishing.
  8. Sonia Pottinger was Jamaica’s first and foremost female record producer; her husband, Lyndon O. Pottinger, was one of the unacknowledged founding fathers of Jamaican music.

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