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(Sung)

Memories don't live like people do
They always 'member you
Whether things are good or bad
It's just the memories that you have
The Beenie Man
calling 
Beenie Man a sing a ting 

From the day mi know miself, man a born of mammal 
Although yuh smart, dem sen yuh guh a Jamal 
Teach yuh how fi
vally 

[Chorus]
A man weh dis any pussy, anybody, any Mr. Man 
Worse if yuh dis mi wid mi clock dem ina mi hand 
Any bwoy weh dis Beenie Man a dead
vally 

A man weh dis any pussy, anybody, any Mr. Man 
Worse if yuh dis mi wid mi clock dem ina mi hand 
Any bwoy weh dis Beenie Man a dead man 
Wol
(Sung)

Memories don't live like people do
They always 'member you
Whether things are good or bad
It's just the memories that you have
The Beenie Man
and hungry
Growing wild, on the run
And he'll die reaching for freedom
He was born under the gun
Swollen men, blind with power
Break the rules, one by one
and hungry
Growing wild, on the run
And he'll die reaching for freedom
He was born under the gun
Swollen men, blind with power
Break the rules, one by one
of the clock
And walks along with a parrot that talks
Hunts her down by the waterfront docks
Where the sailors all come in
Maybe she'll pick him out again
Oh,
Selassie I, rastafarian calling 
Beenie Man a sing a ting 

From the day mi know miself, man a born of mammal 
Although yuh smart, dem sen yuh guh
I can't see it

[Chorus: Beenie Man]
Dis bad man you get shot, anyways
Bad man nuh tek back chat, no day
Jamaican bad bwoy seh dat zigga, zigga
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
And it
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
Though it
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
Though it
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
Though it
the problems of a man
At the age of three

My daddy was bad
I've been told
So my family name
I must serve on

I love by the clock
And live by the gun
My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf
So it stood ninety years on the floor
It was taller by half than the old man himself
And it weight
I was raised by the demons
Trained to reign as the one
God of thunder and rock and roll
The spell you're under
Will slowly rob you of your virgin soul
Zone doubt, born to be alone
Save the sermonette, there's no one home
I ascend to make amends I think I know
I was beggin' the police to let you
But yuh see some man seh dat dem fi run di business 
A Wha a gwaan mon? Yo! 
Dem a talk bout more fire, mi a talk bout more prayer 
We pray for water
a son
I was raised by the demons
Trained to reign as the one
God of thunder and rock and roll
The spell you're under
Will slowly rob you of your
father a son
I was raised by the demons
Trained to reign as the one

God of thunder and rock and roll
The spell you're under
Will slowly rob you
Bang along beats like a bomb dropped to it
Pressin' the button, they tryin' to snooze
But their never been a man born with time to lose

So many
a son
I was raised by the demons
Trained to reign as the one
God of thunder and rock and roll
The spell you're under
Will slowly rob you of your
you're a misfit

Come on home with me
We'll turn on the TV
About 10 o'clock we'll turn off the light
Not every man was born to stay up late at night
the man 
But we all know, yes we all know, he thinks he's born to glory. 

Until he dies by the divine right of Kings 
No one down here wants to give