Smoke
Wayne Marshall Lyrics


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Intro:
BountyKiller: You know it's Warlord and Wayne Marshall
Wayne Marshall: true true true, Wooo ooooh oooh
BountyKiller: Together you know we caan pass yo!!
We get reason and cause dat's substancial huh, weh yuh seh Wayne????

Wayne Marshall: True true true
BountyKiller: Da musical is natural

Chorus:
Wayne Marshall:
When di smoke clears, and di battle has been won
True true true Warlord still a stand
Di smoke clears, and da war is gone
True true true a new star is born
Di smoke clears, and di body count dun
True true true Marshall a see yuh come
Di smoke clears, and it's over at last
Do Warlord buss di dance?

Verse 1:
BountyKiller:
Yo!, A war is goin on...in di land
Over who a di big man,in Jam One
Mek sure when inna gun jam, unno have a plan
Cause when di smoke clears only di strong will stand
A wuk man a wuk under nuh big man ting
It's like some bwoy get sad when man ting start...
( Wayne Marshall: Bling!!!)
Look under mi shirt and yuh see di gat bling
If a war or a lyrical ting?, uh huh

Chorus:
Wayne Marshall:
When di smoke clears, and di battle has been won
True true true Warlord is number one
Di smoke clears, and da war is gone
True true true a new star is born
Di smoke clears, and di body count dun
True true true King Jammys see yuh come
Di smoke clears, and it's over at last
Do Warlord buss di dance?

Verse 2:
BountyKiller:
Anyway, see dem a come and hide but mi know a just fi know
Seh dem true, know check dem a go
Cause when di smoke clear fi see who lay below???
Hey dem caan come near we flow nor we dough
A nuh fi defeat but a who caan endore it
Contender come and a first one we floor it
Push up your face inna mel and mek we bore it
Pon di ice man dem store it

Chorus:
Wayne Marshall:
When di smoke clears, and di battle has been won
True true true Marshall a see yuh stand
Di smoke clears, and da war is dun
True true true a new star is born
Di smoke clears, and di body count dun
True true true Madd Family a come
Di smoke clears, and it's over at last
Do Warlord buss di dance?





Repeat Verse 1 and chorus till end

Overall Meaning

The lyrics to Wayne Marshall's song "Smoke" discuss the aftermath of a battle or war, both in a literal and metaphorical sense. The song features BountyKiller, and together they assert their dominance and resilience. In the intro, they establish their unity and determination to overcome any obstacle. The chorus emphasizes the idea that even when the smoke clears and the battle is over, they still remain standing and ready for whatever comes next. It also hints at the emergence of a new star or leader.


In the first verse, BountyKiller highlights the ongoing war in the land, specifically referencing Jamaica (Jam One). He emphasizes the need for a contingency plan when faced with challenges and believes that only the strong will survive. He alludes to being prepared for conflict, whether it's physical or lyrical in nature.


The second verse further reinforces their strength and confidence. BountyKiller suggests that some may try to hide or deceive, but he sees through their facade. He questions who will be left standing when the smoke clears and asserts that they cannot match their flow or resources. He declares that he and his team will endure and overcome any opposition.


Overall, the lyrics convey a message of resilience, determination, and the ability to overcome obstacles. It celebrates their strength in the face of adversity and suggests a triumphant outcome after the battle.




Lyrics © CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Royalty Network, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC
Written by: WAYNE MITCHELL, ANDRE GRAY, LLOYD WOODROW JAMES, RODNEY PRICE, GARY SAMUELS, VICTAN PAUL EDMUND, Gary Tyrone Samuels, Lloyd James, Rodney Basil Price, Victor Paul Edmund

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Pius Emilien

this one rough

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