I’ve been asked a billion bunch of times since the song has been blaring through the radio waves. Well, rest your finger-nails (from massive head scratching) because I’m going to tell you what the voice is saying. But before that, I Should probably tell you who the voice belongs to and what song is actually being sampled. (article by DeRo for http://richhiphop.com/ )

The voice belongs to Fuzzy Jones (R.I.P.). Who’s bravado voice graced the Reggae and/or Dancehall genre. The Sample you hear is actually from a song called “Dust A Soundboy” by Super Beagle. Just like the Song “Mercy” by Kanye West and his fellow label mates/employees, the Original song also starts out with A Fuzzy Jones  intro.

Now, for the part you all have most-likely been waiting on and have asked the question (or at least thought it): “What in the hell is he saying?”:

Well, it is a weeping and a moaning and a gnashing of teeth in the dancehall, and who no have teeth will run pon them gums, cause when time it comes to my sound, which is the champion sound, the bugle has blown so many times, and it still have one more time left, cause the amount of stripe where there pon our shoulder

The part that is mostly sampled in the G.O.O.D. Music Song MERCY Is:

Well, It is a weeping and a moaning and a gnashing of teeth

 It is a weeping and a moaning and a gnashing of teeth

It is a weep – comes to my sound, which is the champion sound

Now that I’ve answered that, you might be wondering what “gnashing of teeth” means. To not leave you hanging and because the crew at RichHipHop.com loves to follow through for our viewers, I’ll explain that too!

In Webster’s original dictionary, Webster defined the verb “gnash” as “to grind the teeth, to rage even to collision with the teeth, to growl.” Webster defined the noun “gnashing” in this way: “striking the teeth together, as in anger, rage or pain. A grinding or striking of the teeth in rage or anguish.”

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Article by DeRo of RichHipHop.com