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Add Genre. Add Styles. Add Moods. Add Themes. Duppy is patois for ghost, and producer Lee Perry and The Wailers conquered not just evil spirits, but much of the reggae world with this phenomenal number. But first Perry had to overcome his financial problems. He owed The Upsetters money, and understandably they had downed their tools until they had cash in hand.
Oh, oh, op-bo, bo, bo-bo-bo oh, oh, op-bo, bo, bo-bo-bo. Yes, me friend, me friend them set me free again yes, me friend, me friend me deh 'pon street again The bars could not hold me force could not control me now They try to keep me down but god put me around Yes, i've been accused wrongly abused, now but through the powers of the most-high They've got to turn me loose You will get 3 free months if you haven't already used an Apple Music free trial. Type song title, artist or lyrics. Top lyrics Community Contribute Business.
Yes me friend, me friend We deh 'pon street again Yes me friend, me good friend Dem set me free again The bars could not hold me Force could not control me They tried to keep me down But Jah put I around Yes I've been accused, many times And wrongly abused now But through the powers of the Most-I They've got to turn me loose Don't try to cut me off on this bridge now I' ve got to reach Mt. Zion So if you a bullbucka, let me tell you this I'm a duppy conqueror, conqueror Yes me friend, me good frend We deh'pon street again Yes me friend me good friend Dem say we free again Don't try to cut me off on this bridge now I've got to reach Mt. Zion So if you a bullbucka, let me tell you this I'm a duppy conqueror, conqueror Yes me friend Dem say we free again Yes me friend Dem set deh street again. The Wailers. Get Up, Stand Up.
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Lyrics submitted by kevin , edited by xensyria , zelenaya. - They shared the night with music journalist Steve Morse who wrote the liner notes for the re-release. Steve consulted Duppy Conquerors sax player Jeff Robinson as he prepared and researched and quoted Jeff in the liner notes.
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