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[Throwback Thursday] Inner Circle – Mary Mary 1979

Inner Circle – Mary Mary 1979

Mary, Mary, quite contrary
How does your garden grow?
We’re confused, trying to load
What seeds you use?

Columbian Red, straight to your head
Miss Mary, you strike again
Sensimelia, Thai sticks too
and some good lumps raaayah

Smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain
I don’t want no more
Of that there cocaine

Smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain
Miss Mary
You strike again!

Veggie temple for the brain
Helpin’ me to cope with word is strain
Thousands of people can’t believe
How your garden grows so naturally

Columbian Red, straight to your head
Miss Mary, you strike again

Smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain
I don’t want no more
Of that there cocaine

Smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain
Miss Mary
You strike again!

(Instrumental)

I got a smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain
I don’t want no more
Of that there cocaine (3x)

Veggie temple for the brain
Helpin’ me to cope with word is strain
Thousands of people can’t believe
How your garden grows so naturally

Columbian Red
Straight to your head
Miss Mary, you strike again, no, no

Smokin’, smokin’, smokin’
Is good for the brain, no
I don’t want no more
Of that there cocaine (2x)

Ziggy wins Grammy for Best Reggae Album

Ziggy Marley was one of the early winners yesterday at the 56th annual Grammy Awards.

Marley won in the category of Best Reggae Album for his effort, Ziggy Marley In Concert (Tuff Gong Worldwide label).

In an interview with The Gleaner shortly after the announcement was made, Marley said, “We give thanks, it is an honour and a blessing. Much respect to the Recording Academy and the fans. We are looking forward to the release of my new record FLY RASTA.”

Other nominees in the category for Best Reggae Album were, Beres Hammond’s One Love, One Life (VP Records), Sizzla’s The Messiah (VP Records), Sly & Robbie and The Jam Masters with Reggae Connection (K’z Records), and Snoop Lion’s Reincarnated (RCA Records/Berhane Sound System/Boss Lady Ent/Vice/Mad Decent).

Via Jamaica Observer