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​My Stereo

This song is by Christafari and appears on the album WordSound&Power (1999).

Can't stop the vibes, the vibes (are) so nice. Jah music (Ps 68:4). We praise ye Jah!

(Chorus): Them want us to turn it off, but I am not going to turn it down whether I'm in my house (yard) or I'm traveling through town. Cause Babylon them want to come diss (disrespect) the roots sound but them can't diss the roots that are built up from the ground. Them want us to turn it off, but I'll turn it up for true, from the north to the south I travel down the avenue. Because the vibes (are) so nice as I listen to the rhythm (music) on my stereo, my stereo.

Some have best friends that are friend-enemies (Ps 41:9 & Ps 55:12-21), them want (to) kill the one Tan-so-back like me a Kennedy (Ps 55:4 & Ps 23:4). But I know the Lord Jesus Christ He is the remedy (Rom 10:13). Unto the Almighty God them (will) beg for mercy. Well from (Ever since) I was a youth they didn't respect me but since them think that I am a star them come to check me. From when my eyes were at my knees (since I was knee high) them want something sweet. (The) whole of them is fighting for one bite to eat. (Chorus).

Well sometimes reggae is an escape from reality, "from reality", but I know Jah music it builds up my livity, "this is our livity" (life and walk with God). "Big it up" One good thing about reggae music is that when it hits you you feel no pain. "Uh", Oh no, no, I cannot refrain. Them know Tan-so-back is a Jah follower, but true I am a broke pocket man say I am a sufferer. "a true, true, true, true". Years and tears is all that I see, but I know (a) patient man he rides a donkey. (Chorus).

Cha me say bawl if you love a this here music (yeah!). Say bawl if you love a this here music (yeah!). If you love Jesus Christ bawl forward (Forward!). You love Jesus Christ bawl forward (Forward!). Wait now, turn it up star, (huh?) I can't hear the music. (What are you talking about?) You call that bass, You have to turn down the treble (Oh). You know why? Well listen to this!

I listen to the Reggae, (listen to the Reggae). I listen to the Reggae music, (listen to the reggae music). I listen to the Reggae, (listen to the Reggae). I listen to the Reggae music, (the sweet reggae music). I listen to the Reggae, (listen to the Reggae). I listen to the Dancehall music (Dancehall music) Ya ya. Oh no, no them just can't refuse it. Oh my Lord...

So let Jehovah dwell inside your meditation (Col 3:16), as you hear this tune upon the reggae radio station. Take the old lyrics add the positive vibration. Your singing songs, singing hymns and your spiritual songs (Col 3:16). Take the Holy Scriptures add the one drop, earthquake Bass it makes King James heart stop! With familiarity, yet versatility, thousands of people come (to) a stage show to see. (Chorus) (Repeat end of Chorus twice)

A lot of people hear this reggae music tonight, (A) whole heap of people are going to have to stand up and fight. Step out of the darkness step into the light (1 Pet 2:9), this is God's delight. Ooh yucka yo! A lot of people (are) going to have to suffer tonight, (A) whole heap of people are going to have to stand up and fight step out of the wrong and step into the right (2 Cor 8:21), this is God's delight!
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