Caribbean equivalent of "word up
", as popularized as an exclamation in dancehall
by Beenie Man
. However the word has been used for years by Rastafarian
s as the origins of this word are Biblical; it's commonly used in Psalms at the end of a verse. In the more secular use however, it's used to emphasize a thought, usually at the point of its conclusion.
"Pon bed pon floor against wall/
We sex dem all till dem call mi/
Im di girls dem sugar dats all/
Welcome di king of di dancehall/Selah!"
(Translation for the interested: "I have crazy sex with women on beds, floors and walls, so well in fact that they are fiend
ing and calling me constantly. I'm unquestionably a ladies man, and king of the dancehall to boot. Word
brightens up a room with her smile
all eyes are on her when she walks in a room
you could look at her eyes forever and fall more in love with them and her every second
you're lucky to be friends with her
you're lucky to be with her
the way she says i love you could make your heart skip a beat
and I know that girl is the person i want to be with for the rest of my life
A small town in Central Washington where nothing good happens. In fact, nothing happens.
Poor, poor Lacy, she could have made something of herself but she died of boredom in Selah....
the best pgn formal date ever
gosh, i really love that selah girl - she'd make a great date to formal AND FRIEND