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Trinidad girls

Trinidad girls Meet a girl in Trinidad She like to eat plenty pepper But if you see the girl She sweet like sugar She likes to sing And she can dance for so She likes to go shopping Gulf city and San Fernando And she has a lot of respect The girl is pure class She says good morning To every one she past She likes to make chow With half ripe mangos And every Sundays with her mother To the movies they always go I seen a lot of girls in America From the east coast to the west But I have to tell you Those Trinidad girls are the best The Mexican girls are to feisty Some does cuss for so When ever they look at me I just bend my head and go The American girls are pretty Drive around in their fancy cars And almost all of them Looks like famous movie stars But some girls live in McDonalds Them complains how they’re over weight So they orders a diet coke But the same food on their plate The girls them from England They are a little to cold It will take a really hot fire To try and warm their soul There are some nice ones You will find them in a bunch Walking down London Eating fish and chips for lunch But I am a true trini Like my roti and tomato I like the old fashion girls From Trinidad and Tobago A girl picks cloths from the line Fold and packs in a heap Clean the front and back yard Them go and take asleep She boy friend don’t have much money But he treats her very kind In the evening they goes to naz cuisine And have a very good time Some girls are down to earth Don’t like the glam and fame That’s the kind of girl I want to carry my last name Please don’t get me wrong Girls are beautiful all over the world But some thing about them Trinidad girls Is like mystery waiting to unfold

Copyright © | Year Posted 2012




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