Have A Chat-Bout Christmas
Unless you are a hermit, it's hard not to be caught up in the celebration of Christmas.
For Christians and others, it is a major religious holiday, celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.
For many however it the biggest item on their social calendar, with lots of partying, eating, drinking and general merrymaking.
Then there is the shopping. OMG!!! That means, traffic, traffic and more traffic, with peple spending weh dem nuh have, to then put dem hand pon dem jaw come January morning
To help you celebrate, here is a chat-Bout approved christmas song.
photo courtesty of Philip Mascol, Toronto
Then there is the shopping O.M.G!!! That means traffic, traffic and more traffic, with people spending weh dem no have, and come January, dem have dem hand pon dem jaw a look, bruck like bredda dawg. To help you celebrate, here is a Jamaican Christmas song.
Breadfruits roasting on an open fire
Mongrels nipping at your toes
Dancehall songs, being sung by a choir
'An we dress up in we bashment clothes
When gungo cook an sorrel flow
Yu dun know seh season brite
Gal an bwoy wid them starlight a glow
Dem nah go waan fe sleep tonite
Dem know seh joyride deh pon the way
With music, rockin' rockin thru de day
'An all the chicken dem a try fi spy
Fi see is which one a dem is gwine to fry
'An so, we want to big up everyone
All kidz from one to 92
Althou money dun
Have 'hole heap a fun
Irie Chrismus, Irie Chrismus ... to you.
lyrics : Jean Fairweather
Recorded by Fab Five on the album Christmas Gift