No Lie Lyrics – Sean Paul

No Lie

Feel your eyes, they all over me
Don’t be shy, take control of me
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight

Baby girl, yuh a carry ten ton a phatness, gimme some a dat
Mixed wid di badness, look how she hot (gyal, yuh hot)
Shaped like goddess, but a nah jus dat
Is a good piece a mentals under di cap (ha)
Hot piece of game an’ mi love how yuh trod (stepper)
Watching every step a di pepper deh weh yuh got (pepper)
Stayin’ in my brain, memory nah detach (memo’)
Mainly my aim is to give you this love

Hypnotic, the way you move
Let me acknowledge the way you do
And I would not lie, baby you
Beam me up like Scotty (baby girl)
It’s so hypnotic, the way you move
That’s why I wanted to get to you
And I would not lie, cah baby you
Move so hypnotic

No lie (gyal yuh never miss)
Feel your eyes, they’re all over me
Don’t be shy, take control of me
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal yuh never miss, gyal yuh never miss) no lie
Hypnotized, pull another one
It’s alright, I know what you want
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal we never miss, gyal we never miss) no lie

Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie
Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie

I’m so lit, so lit, my girl
Suh lemme see you roll it, roll it, my girl (ha)
Mi love it when yuh bend and fold it
Now let mi bone it
And let mi own it, my girl (woo)
Give you all the styles dat I have mastered
Hoist you up, baby girl, that’s my word
Give yuh di good lovin’ that is preferred
You deserve it, so don’t be scared

It’s hypnotic, the way you move
Let me acknowledge the way you do
And I would not lie, baby you
Beam me up like Scotty (baby gal)
It’s so hypnotic, the way you move
That’s why I wanted to get to you
And I would not lie, cah baby you
Move so hypnotic

No lie (gyal yuh never miss)
Feel your eyes, they all over me
Don’t be shy, take control of me
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal yuh never miss, gyal yuh never miss) no lie
Hypnotized, pull another one
It’s alright, I know what you want
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal we never miss, gyal we never miss) no lie

Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie
Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie

Shake dat body, lemme see you just do it
Give dem hundred percent (no lie)
Move dat body, lemme see you just do it
Gyal gwaan represent (no lie)
Shake dat body, lemme see you just do it
To the fullest extent (no lie)
Move dat body, lemme see you just do it
Gyal you’re magnificent (no lie)

Feel your eyes, they’re all over me
Don’t be shy, take control of me
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal yuh never miss, gyal yuh never miss) no lie
Hypnotized, pull another one
It’s alright, I know what you want
Get the vibe, it’s gonna be lit tonight
(Gyal we never miss, gyal we never miss) no lie

Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie
Same suh wi do it (no lie)
Suh wi set to it (no lie)
Same suh wi do it
It’s gonna be lit tonight
No lie

About Sean Paul

On January 9, 1973, Sean Paul Francis Henriques was born in St. Andrew, Jamaica; his mother, a renowned artist, was Portuguese, Chinese, and Jamaican. A skilled athlete, he excelled at swimming and water polo, playing for the Jamaican national team. Paul’s education earned him a prosperous career, but dancehall music remained his first love, particularly creating rhythm tracks. After he began writing his own songs and found a mentor in Don Yute, he became a DJ, and he also formed contacts with members of the reggae-pop band Third World in 1993, which helped him establish business contacts.

Career

It was 1996 when Sean Paul released his debut single, “Baby Girl,” with producer Jeremy Harding; it proved to be a significant success, followed by “Nah Get No Bly (One More Try),” “Deport Them,” “Excite Me,” “Infiltrate,” and “Hackle Mi.” In 1999, Sean Paul began making inroads to American audiences, collaborating with fellow dancehall hitmaker Mr. Vegas on a production for rapper DMX. The song appears in the Billboard rap charts that year as “Hot Gal Today.”

Paul released his first album on VP Records that fall. He collected many of his previous hit singles and compilation cuts on Stage One, along with a few brand-new songs. In 2002, he broke through with his sophomore album, Dutty Rock (VP/Atlantic). The Grammy-winning album included the hit singles “Get Busy,” “Gimme the Light,” and “Baby Boy” with Beyonc√©. Furthermore, Dutty Rock topped the Canadian and American Reggae charts, reached the Billboard Top Ten, and was certified multi-platinum.

The Trinity (Atlantic) followed in 2005. In addition to chart hits like “We Be Burnin’,” “Temperature,” and “(When You Gonna) Give It Up to Me,” the album peaked at number seven on the Billboard 200. The following year, Imperial Blaze was released. Featuring the singles “So Fine” and “Hold My Hand” with Keri Hilson, Imperial Blaze topped the Billboard rap chart, but did not catch the same mainstream attention as his previous two albums. In 2011, the loose Odyssey Mixtape was released, followed a year later by Tomahawk Technique, a more pop-oriented album produced by Stargate, DJ Ammo, and Benny Blanco. There were a few international hits from the set, but it failed to make much of a splash in the U.S. Despite topping the reggae chart in early 2014, Full Frequency failed to catch on in the mainstream. Paul scored his fifth Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album for this album, which came with the singles “Other Side of Love,” “Entertainment 2.0,” “Turn It Up,” and “Want Dem All.”

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