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Kwesi Arthur – Paper (Lyrics)

Kwesi Arthur Son Of Jacob EP
Written by Muwaffaq Yunus

Kwesi Arthur Son Of Jacob EP

Kwesi Arthur – Paper Lyrics.

I don’t want to lose, Baba
Every single day I get new drama
So much trouble in my life right now
If e no be God like I die right now
Wo hu no saa no e no be simple
If I start to talk m’anya wrinkles
I make small things get to me
Small things stressing you
I need money, na me gyidi s3
3nky3 3b3y3 yie oh
The people singing, yeah, they know we go make it
Nti no day by day
Y3 te nkwa mu nkoaa de3 y3 wie

Baba, when will I be counting the paper?
Baba, I taya working Sunday to Sunday
Baba, when will I be counting the paper?
I taya working Sunday to Sunday (Aha)

I want the owo
)bra a me b) yi no be koko
Mempene ma ohia ntwa me photo
Everytime we dey run from popo (Aha)
Bless my enemies
So say nobody go envy me
This year I for go to Germany
Me np3 negative energy

I don’t need to fight it
I don’t need to fight it, no, no
Everything be timing
If e be my own e go come
Mini sane, can’t slow down
We go keep it running, yah, yah, yah, yah
Keep it coming, can’t slow down
We go keep it running, yah, yah, yah, yah
3nky3 3b3 ye3 yie oo
The people singing, yeah they, know we go make it
Nti day by day
Y3 te nkwa mu nkoaa de3 y3 wie

Baba, when will I be counting the paper?
Baba, I taya working Sunday to Sunday
Baba, When will I be counting the paper?
I taya working Sunday to Sunday (Aha)

I want the owo
)bra a me b) yi no be koko
Mempene ma ohia ntwa me photo
Everytime we dey run from popo (Aha)
Bless my enemies
So say nobody go envy me
This year I for go to Germany
Me np3 negative energy

When will I be counting the paper?
Baba, I taya working Sunday to Sunday
When will I be counting the paper?
I taya working Sunday to Sunday

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