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SHE MAKES IT ROCK by ROLAND ROSS: MOST RATED R HIPCO SONG, YET IT IS ONE OF THE MOST LYRICAL HIPCO SONGS

                                                                   Berenice Mulubah 6/1/2015 2:00 PM

                                                                                                                                 

                                                                                   
Roland Ross

When I first heard the lyrics to this song, I kept saying to myself, "chay, dah boy rude oh." Nonetheless, I couldn't stop listening to it.  Truth be told, I'm hooked. She Makes It Rock is a rap song sang in Liberian colloque.  It is very catchy. Below is the lyrics to the song and the video.  Enjoy. 

                                                                        Intro
                                                                        Hipco, hipco, hipco
                                                                        L.I.B......V.I.C.... Nigga Ross
1st verse
She's shaking it, she's rocking it,  thin she's doing (I'm digging aye)
I don't chillay, hard time like dis, I'm on my grind (I'm digging aye)
I been away, so far away, all I want to say, this geh is beautiful
And everybody know
 
1st rap verse
Dah way she shaking nah
She rocking nah
Dah papay dem jeh reading, dey jeh eyeing aye
She nah cut lah hay, she from bomi hill
Dah tin I like bout her, she geh a good hay
Dah candy geh, my Liberian geh
Her body so soft jeh like butter rice
Say in lah night, she may my tin vex
I take my hand, I takah down her breza
She put my seleebag right on her sawbag
She lookah me, I lookah her
 
Chorus
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She mak her body rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock,
She mak her body rock
 
2nd verse
She jeking nah, she working nah
Dah tin she do (I reading nah)
I doing my tin, coco wade
Dah bofad ground, (I taking nah)
You never know, how if she approve
Dah geh you see her so, she unpredictable
And everybody know
 
2nd rap verse
In sonewien, I stretch it jeh like rubber band
I nah talkin bout dey fucka government
Politician dem, den got no plan
Dey spending all their mar behind dah chamo dem
Me I picking chance, I cutting sand
I'm a hustler, you got to understand
I'm a common man, I like my penpen
I dress to impress all my chamo dem
Dey oldma dem, dah papay dem
My tintin dem, shout out to my bribie dem
she tel her friend dem say I got heavy hand
Dey passing behind her
 
Chorus
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She mak her body rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock,
She mak her body rock
 
Bridge
Aye geh, aye geh, oh geh, oooh geh
Aye geh, aye geh, oh geh, ooh geh
Aye geh, aye geh, oh geh, ooh geh
 
Chorus
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock
She mak her body rock, rock, rock
She makay rock, rock, rock, rock,
She mak her body rock
 
 
Dah way she shaking nah
She rocking nah
Dah papay dem jeh reading, dey jeh eyeing aye
She nah cut lah hay, she from bomi hill
Dah tin I lik bout her, she got a good hay
Dat my kru geh, dat grebo geh, dat bassa geh, she ar khran geh
Dat gio geh, dat lorma geh, I hear dey pepo say she ar sapo geh
Dat my vai geh, dat gola geh, dat kpelle geh, she ar bandi geh
Dat mano geh, dat mendi geh, lone star cell geh, cellcom geh
Dah fucka man say she lorma geh..... L.I.B rocka geh
Dah yor mire geh, nigga ross geh, V.I.C geh, all dey pretty gehs.....yor know we lik dey gehs
 
 
 
 
 

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