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Deportees (Things Change)

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  1. "Deportees (Things Change)" "No Respect" "If Loving Was a Crime" (featuring Brian & Tony Gold) "Good Body" "Wicked Act" (featuring Busta Rhymes) "Tribal War" (featuring Tony Rebel and Terry Ganzie) "A Little More Time" (featuring Beres Hammond) "Him Take Off" "Willy (Don't Be Silly)" "Gone a Lead" "Make My Day" "Operation Ardent" "Vigilante".
  2. The first time I heard the word "deportee" was at VP Records in Queens, New York. It was during a Saturday morning pilgrimage (some time in ) with my stepdad to buy records. I first heard the unmistakeable voice of Buju Banton singing his hit Deportees (Things Change). Buju, clearly ahead of his time, was able to give language and meaning.
  3. Buju Banton Lyrics. "Deportees (Things Change)" Yes, well, tek dis from Gargamel. Uddawise known as Buju. Anytime yuh go foreign. Neva yuh dare t'row stone behind you. 'Ca wicked t'ings will tek yuh.
  4. Deportees (Things Change) (Tan So Back Haul Up Mix) ℗© The Island Def Jam Music Group.
  5. Jul 26,  · Lyrics for Deportees (Things Change) by Buju Banton Yes, well, tek dis from Gargamel, uddawise known as Buju Anytime yuh go foreign neva yuh? [don't trust t'ings behind yuh]? 'Ca wicked t'ings will tek yuh Watch mi nuh!
  6. "Voice of Jamaica", by contrast, begins to showcase Buju's developing maturity with a spate of conscious tunes such as "Deportees (Things Change)" (which blasts Jamaicans who go abroad to find their fortune and abandon their needy relatives back home), "Operation Ardent" (which takes the police force to task for its harrassment of innocent partygoers), "Willy (Don't Be Silly)" /5(32).

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