The three Jamaicans were talking about their dreams. One of them, Yul Brenner, the tought muscular guy, pulls out a picture of Buckingham Palace and says to them that that’s where he wants to live. He was ridiculed by one of the other guys, and you can see the depression in his face over the realization. Junior tells both of how his father started out living in a small hut, but now is living in one of the finest houses in Jamaica. And this is what he tells him. And he ends it with this: “Go ahead, Yul Brenner. Go get your palace.”
I love the first line. You know how we always say “Don’t lose control”? Here, he said “Never give up control”. It implies a choice. It depends on you if you will lose control or not. Unlike the first statement that implies hopelessness, his statement implies empowerment. And it shows in the next line. Live life on your own terms.