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Raggamuffin (Selah Sue) (Belgian)
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A small girl with an amazing voice. Her deep voice and her songs are full of soul.

Selah Sue is a revelation in the world of the reggae-groove music. She has recently won the European Border Breakers Awards (January 2012).

Her soulful, sultry music stirs emotions in me. Will it touch you?

 

You never had it easy, I know
But I still remember you and
what we used to say so
I say this' my song for you, my friend
You can only see that I can hardly let things go, no, oh yeah
So listen to the sound of my voice
Your brothers sending all my love, is giving me no choice no no no
Listen to the sound of the points, ha!
Raggamuffin is a freedomfighter, he's handeling a choice and I know, that

Dear raggamuffin is one of the band
what you see is what you really need in the end
What you ever gonna gonna do I don't know
Dear raggamuffin shall not fall down
Cause he has the wisdom of a not fool around
why don't you feel good sense under ground, yes

You never had it easy I know
I still remember you, and what we used to have so
I say this' my song for you my friend
You could only see that I, would never forget, yes
Owowoh, yeah..(4x)

So dear raggamuffin is one of the friend
what you see is what you need in the end
What you ever gonna gonna do I don't know
Dear raggamuffin shall not fall down
Cause he has the wisdom of not fool around
why don't you feel good sense under ya ground yeah

Selah Sue explains about "Ragamuffin": "this song simbolizes me".

-Floating through the space of my design-.

"Raggamuffin" was used to label Jamaican poor people, Rastas and musicians from there. Then derives as "ragga". The term "raggamuffin music" describes the music of Jamaica's "ghetto dwellers" and now is a subgenre of dancehall music or reggae.

The term "rag" is derived from the Middle English "ragge", from (assumed) Old English "ragg", and from the Old Norse "rogg" meaning "tuft or shagginess."

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