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« on: August 15, 2003, 09:44:57 PM »

Lyrics by Bob Marley

Man to man is so unjust, children:
Ya don't know who to trust.
Your worst enemy could be your best friend,
And your best friend your worse enemy.

Some will eat and drink with you,
Then behind them su - su 'pon you.
Only your friend know your secrets,
So only he could reveal it.
And who the cap fit, let them wear it!
Who the cap fit, let them wear it!
Said I throw me corn, me no call no fowl;
I saying, "Cook - cook - cook, cluk - cluk - cluk. "

Some will hate you, pretend they love you now,
Then behind they try to eliminate you.
But who Jah bless, no one curse;
Thank God, we're past the worse.
Hypocrites and parasites
Will come up and take a bite.
And if your night should turn to day,
A lot of people would run away.
And who the stock fit let them wear it!
Who the (cap fit) let them (wear it)!

And then a - gonna throw me corn,
And then a - gonna call no fowl,
And then a - gonna "Cook - cook - cook, cluk - cluk - cluk. "

Some will eat and drink with you,
Then behind them su - su 'pon you, yeah!
And if night should turn to day, now,
A lot of people would run away, yeah!
And who the cap fit, let them wear it!
Who the cap fit, let them wear it!
Throw me corn, me no call no fowl;
A - saying: "Cook - cook - cook, cluk - cluk - cluk. "
... : "Cook - cook - cook, cluk - cluk - cluk. "
Throw me corn (cook - cook - cook);
Me call no fowl (cluk - cluk - cluk)
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