I Am A Weed I Grow From Seed Lyrics

Weed anthems: Songs for 4/20 from Rihanna, Three 6 Mafia, Bob Dylan, Bob Marley and more tokin' tunes ranked by potency. Lyrics for I Am a Weed by Waid Anchors. My summer garden has lots of flowers Roses red, and roses white The green grass is perfect… My little seed It won’t be a weed It’s going to grow into something big and strong My little seed Will help to feed Me and you, once the harvest is done! And Jesus sees my little seed And Jesus knows just where it goes Down in the ground, with mud all around, And…

Weed Anthems: 25 Tokin’ Tunes Ranked By Potency

It’s hard to imagine that Bob Dylan, Three 6 Mafia and Toby Keith have much in common, but all three artists understand the power of a classic stoner track. Marijuana has served as the inspiration for classic cuts in rock, hip-hop, pop, and of course, reggae, and is still influencing more than a few of our biggest artists today.

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Billboard has put together a countdown of 25 tracks that talk about toking up, with each song including a “potency” level that measures their inebriated energy on a scale of one (mildly buzzed) to 10 (totally stoned).

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25. “Because I Got High”

Afro Man

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “I was gonna clean my room until I got high/ I gonna get up and find the broom but then I got high/My room is still messed up and I know why (Yeah, hey!)/ Because I got high, because I got high, because I got high.”

Potency: ONE. At first, “Because I Got High” sounds like a fun, harmless joke about how smoking weed leads to unproductivity. But when Afro Man’s problems get more and more serious — he goes from cutting class to losing his wife and kids — this song just becomes a buzzkill.

24. “Dooo It!”

Miley Cyrus

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Loving what you sing/And loving smoking weed/Weed, weed, weed, weed”

Potency: TWO. While the track hit No. 23 on Billboard Twitter Top Tracks and gave some fun insight into the questions that plague a high Cyrus, it’s a bit too repetitive — not unlike a stoner’s philosophical musings….

23. “James Joint”

Rihanna

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “I’d rather be smoking weed/Whenever we breathe”

Potency: FOUR. The first verse finds Rihanna romancing the stoner, but as she gets into “breaking things” and “the police” coming, the less-pleasant and more paranoid thoughts begin to take over.

22. “How High”

Method Man and Redman

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Look up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane/ It’s the funk doctor spock smokin buddha on a train/ How high? So high that I can kiss the sky/ (Up, up to the sky!)”

Potency: FIVE. Though it only has a few literal weed references, this mid-’90s rap gem was the original theme song for one of the greatest stoner music duos to date, Method Man & Redman. To witness them perform it in concert is to see burly security guards hopelessly attempt to put out dozens of simultaneously lit-up joints.

21. “You Don’t Know How It Feels”

Tom Petty

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Let’s get to the point/ Let’s roll another joint/ And let’s head on down the road/ There’s somewhere I got to go.”

Potency: FIVE. The rock ‘n’ roll equivalent to Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode,” Petty’s hit isn’t really about weed. The one line that is, however, is just too memorable to go unacknowledged. Radio stations famously censored it, but that hasn’t stopped anyone from shouting it out loud in their car.

20. “Roll Another Number (For the Road)”

Neil Young

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Think I’ll roll another number for the road, I feel able to get under any load/ Though my feet aren’t on the ground, I been standin’ on the sound/ Of some open-hearted people goin’ down.”

Potency: SIX. Though Neil Young’s classic isn’t solely about weed, the song’s general sentiment is all stoner, and it’s impossible to listen to these skulking guitar strums without slowing down to a snail’s pace.

19. “Broccoli”

DRAM ft. Lil Yachty

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Yeah I know your baby mama fond of me/ All she want to do is smoke that broccoli.”

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Potency: SIX. DRAM and Yachty’s feel-good anthem is riding the high of career validation as much as the more herbal kind, but there’s still more than enough of both to pass around.

18. “Young, Wild & Free”

Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg ft. Bruno Mars

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Roll joints bigger than King Kong’s fingers/ And smoke them hoes down until they’re stingers. “

Potency: SEVEN. Yeah, it’s a softball pop hit. But “Young, Wild & Free” is dope because it unites legendary smoker Snoop Dogg with young puff dragon Khalifa and it ropes in sweetie pie crooner Bruno Mars, whose hook makes this a playful, high-ranking Hot 100 jam about hazy times and not just another album cut to be cherished only by serious stoners.

17. “Reefer Man”

Cab Calloway

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “If he trades you dimes for nickels/ And calls watermelon’s pickles/ Then you know/ You’re talkin’ to that reefer man”

Potency: SEVEN. For those that not only smoke, but tease folks that can’t handle their green with a cool temperment, this 1932 song’s a laugh riot, poking fun at folks that don’t know what’s what or which way is up after they light up.

16. “Addicted”

Amy Winehouse

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “When you smoke all my weed man/You gotta call the green man/So I can get mine and you get yours”

Potency: SEVEN. Not only is this super-relatable (mooching is a big no-no) but the horns and that jazz beat, combined with Winehouse’s indelible vocals, will have you floating on cloud nine.

15. “We Be Burnin’”

Sean Paul

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Everyday we be burnin’ not concernin’ what nobody wanna say / We be earnin’ dollars turning ’cause we mind de pon we pay / More than gold and oil and diamonds – girls, we need dem everyday”

Potency: SEVEN. Not only is Sean Paul clear of his love for blazin’ on “Burnin’” — he sets that love to a dancehall beat we can get down too. Paul’s “We Be Burnin’” spent a full 28 weeks on the Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 6.

14. “D’Evils”

Sir

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Quarter pound of fire burnin’ daily/ Harder to remember, gettin’ harder to remember”

Potency: SEVEN. Not as in your face with its smoke-blowing as some of the other songs on this list, but the looped “one spliff a day” sample (courtesy of Billy Boyo) is certainly hard to ignore, as is its serenely blazed overall vibe.

13. “Weed With Willie”

Toby Keith

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Now we learned a hard lesson in a small Texas town/ He fired up a fat boy and he passed it around/ The last words that I spoke before they tucked me in/ I’ll never smoke weed with Willie again”

Potency: SEVEN. On this Shock’n Y’all bonus track, Toby Keith spins a yarn about sharing a blunt with one of America’s most notorious pot enthusiasts: Willie Nelson. The country legend’s stuff might be a little too powerful for Keith, who opts for the whiskey and declares, “I’ll never smoke weed with Willie again.”

12. “Marijuana”

Kid Cudi

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Pre- pre- pretty green bud/ All in my blunt/ Ohhh I need it.”

Potency: SEVEN. Kid Cudi swore off smoking weed, but he certainly spent a good chunk of his first two albums celebrating the pastime. On “Marijuana,” the airiest track on Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager, Cudi likens marijuana to a best friend, saying that it “always had my back” and “never left me lonely.”

11. “Rainy Day Women #12 & 35”

Bob Dylan

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “I would not feel so all alone/ Everybody must get stoned!”

Potency: SEVEN. Dylan was no stranger to philosophical songwriting in the mid-60s, but the opening track to Blonde on Blonde remains a particular triumph for marijuana enthusiasts. Backed by a brass band, the typically poetic Dylan delivers a loopy anthem punctuated by the exclamation, “Everybody must get stoned!” at the end of each verse.

10. “The Next Episode”

Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Nate Dogg

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Hey-ay-ay-ay! Smoke weed every day!”

Potency: EIGHT. On this 2001 West Coast classic, the Doctor recruits his conglomerate, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Nate Dogg (R.I.P.), to show how the left side lives: namely, sporting greenery of every type.

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9. “Pass The Kouchie”

The Mighty Diamonds

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Pass the kouchie pon the left hand side / Pass the kouchie pon the left hand side / It a go bun, it a go dung, Jah know”

Potency: NINE. The Mighty Diamonds’ 1982 classic was loved by many in Jamaica, but exploded it in the U.K. and U.S. when Musical Youth covered it as “Pass the Dutchie.” Musical Youth interchanged pots, substituting the “kouchie” with a Dutch oven.

8. “I Got 5 on It”

The Luniz

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “I’m gone, beatin my chest like King Kong / It’s on, wrap my lips around a 40 / And when it comes to get another stogie / Fools all kick in like Shinobi.”

Potency: NINE. Listen closely to Luniz’s 1995 “I Got 5 On It,” and you’ll get a full lesson on the do’s and don’t’s of dope.

7. “Sweet Leaf”

Black Sabbath

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “My life is free now, my life is clear/I love you sweet leaf, though you can’t hear.”

Potency: NINE. Marijuana, of course, is an inanimate object. But don’t tell that to Ozzy Osbourne, who professes his love directly to his “sweet leaf” as though it’s his wife or some mythical metal goddess over grinding guitar riffs. Being pro-weed never sounded so romantic.

6. “Hits from the Bong”

Cypress Hill

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Still it, goes down smooth when I get a clean hit/ Of the skunky, funky, smelly green sh*t/ Sing my song, puff all night long/ As I take hits from the bong…”

Potency: NINE. Complete with bong rip sound effects and a hazy soul sample, Cypress Hill’s hip-hop classic could persuade even the straightest of the straight edge to take a walk on the high side.

5. “Smoke Two Joints”

Sublime

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “I smoke two joints a dime a piece, and two the time before / I smoke two joints before I smoke two joints / And then I smoke two more”

Potency: NINE. Anytime, anywhere is the mentality when it comes to the toke on Sublime’s 1992 hit, “Smoke Two Joints.” Originally by The Toyes, Sublime adds in other samples (Beyond the Valley of the Dolls film, Eazy-E, Just Ice and Bert Susanka) and seals it with the sounds of a bubbling bong.

4. “Pass That Dutch”

Missy Elliott

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Pass that dutch, pass that dutch/Pop that, pop that, jiggle that fat”

Potency: NINE. This smokin’ track made the Hot 100 in 2003, and with its unstoppable beat it’s a certified banger — plus it features Elliott spitting “pain in your rectum,” which somehow comes across as worse than a pain in the ass.

3. “Legalize It”

Peter Tosh

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “Singers smoke it, and players of instrument too/Legalize it, yeah yeah, that’s the best thing you can do”

Potency: NINE. Whether they call it weed, marijuana, tampee or ganja, smokers have been grooving to Peter Tosh’s plea for legalization for decades. Reggae legend Bob Marley later tried his hand at a new version of “Legalize It” after guesting on Tosh’s 1976 album of the same name.

2. “Stay High”

Three 6 Mafia

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “What’s up Mary! Mary Jane!/Since I have met you, girl, you ruined my brain/You stole my heart, right from the start”

Potency: TEN. Before they became Academy Award winners for “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp,” Three 6 Mafia crafted arguably the greatest hip-hop song about smoking weed ever laid to tape. From the syrupy soul sample to Young Buck’s wild middle verse to the zonked-out bliss of the chorus, “Stay High” (or its censored counterpart, “Stay Fly”) invites the listener to do just that.

1. “Mary Jane”

Rick James

Most Smokin’ Lyric: “And when I’m feeling low, she comes as no surprise / Turns me on with her love, takes me to paradise.”

Potency: TEN. Rick James’ oft-sampled 1978 hit is one of the first songs to define punk-funk. “Mary Jane” opens up strong with strings, then lightens up with female vocals that introduce the star of the show and James’ leading “lady.” Like Ozzy, James knows how to turn crooning about weed into a potent act of seduction.

LyricsI Am a Weed

Not too long, just the right height So what is it that′s hiding By the garden edge It’s a different kind of flower And this is what is says I am a weed I grow from seed I am a weed W E E D I can cover the garden, given half the chance You′d better watch out, cause weeds are about To lead you a Merry dance The garden looks so pretty As the bumblebees fly by The borders neatly tended And everything looks so spry So what is it that’s hiding By the garden edge It’s a different kind of flower And this is what is says I am a weed I grow from seed I am a weed W E E D I can cover the garden, given half the chance You′d better watch out, cause weeds are about To lead you a Merry dance I am a weed I grow from seed I am a weed W E E D I can cover the garden, given half the chance You′d better watch out, cause weeds are about To lead you a Merry dance

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I Am A Weed I Grow From Seed Lyrics

My little seed
It won’t be a weed
It’s going to grow into something big and strong

My little seed
Will help to feed
Me and you, once the harvest is done!

And Jesus sees
my little seed
And Jesus knows
just where it goes

Down in the ground,
with mud all around,
And Jesus’ power helping it to grow

My little seed
It’s going to need
The science God has made for it to grow

My little seed
Can only succeed
‘Cos our creator runs the show!

My little seed Throughout the song, pretend that you have a little tiny seed on the tip of your forefinger – hold your forefinger up facing away from you at face level, and wave around a bit
It won’t be a weed Act like a (nasty) weed – you can make this one up!
It’s going to grow into something big and strong crouch down, and grow til you’re on tip-toes with arms outstretched
My little seed forefinger again
Will help to feed Rub tummy
Me and you, once the harvest is done! Sweep arm round, pointing from one side round to the other
And Jesus sees Shade your eyes as if looking
my little seed Wave your little seed around!
And Jesus knows Hands up & open on either side of head, palms facing head, and move in mirror-motion out a bit each beat
just where it goes Move your little seed on a little journey from right to left in front of you, making a movement on each beat
Down in the ground, Hold you seed in front of you, as you gradually go down towards the ground
with mud all around, Put your right hand flat on your head, then your left (that’s the mud)
And Jesus’ power helping it to grow And grow. till you’re stretched out again
My little seed You know what to do!
It’s going to need Keep showing your seed.
The science God has made for it to grow Clenched fists, hold left out,build right fist onto left, then left on top of right, etc – one-potato two-potato style
My little seed Seedy.
Can only succeed keep going.
‘Cos our creator runs the show! hands outstretched above head, and describe a circle around you (a ‘wide world’ kind-of action)
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