Reggae Lyrics and Their Meanings
There are many lyrics in reggae music that I don't understand.
Many can be googled but would love to have a discussion place to learn more of the meanings behind the words and ideas expressed in the music.
I know of some bob Marley lyrics that I just can't find on the web... and would like to hear others take on the meaning.
For example, 'no wan ya fi gallung so' and 'ya can't come cole I up’
Thank You and Jah bless!
That's a wonderful suggestion!
Let's see what others think about the idea.
In fact, better yet, I'll treat this as a mini forum for reggae lyrics and their meanings, allowing my readers to not only list popular reggae terms, but also share the meanings using the comment feature below
, overtime developing into a helpful resource.
Thanks again for the idea.
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