“I was 'fraid 'bout what you'd say; and there was the perliceman too, and I'd no business to be there.”
“We not 'fraid "-- tapping his hip-pocket, where, sailor-like, he always carried his knife sheathed in a leather case.”
“Everybody was 'fraid' cept a teenty, weenty girl. ”
“You see, dey git 'fraid 'bout dat' ouse of de Sister ', you know? ”
“No little fraid-cat shrimps like you-all can skin Burning Daylight.”
“My sister called me Gonquin (fraid I'm having to do my best spelling it) till she could pronounce my name.”
“Are you people that fraid that what she says in her book may actually be true?”
“I'm 'fraid, Shaggy Man," she said, with a sigh, "that we're lost!”
“Why are these people so fraid of the bully pulpit, that they only write letters?”
“Hell, they woulda done to the Dark Sethlord Chainy already sept'n thar 'fraid that the children would cry like they did when they watched "Old Yeller" decades ago.”
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The liner notes that accompany Papa San's dancehall album God & i include this thoughtful list of Jamaican-to-American translations, to aid in understanding what the heck he's saying in each song.
"I and I plant the corn..."
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