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Power to The People

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In this here World wide struggle

I man say “Power to the People”

Yes, Alright!!!

Love Mamma Africa, Where me come from

Feet Kinda hurt cause I’ve been trodding so long

Old Slavery days, well they are far from gone

Music is my Healing, My Salvation

Out in the streets and we’ve ben crying so long

Love JAH and live or else you must gone wrong

These are the days of Babylon Confusion

We need Roots and Culture to break Illusion

Sudden Destruction across the nation

Through crumbling morality

We end up in Starvation

I got a love here. No matter how small

No matter where we’re from we still be standing Tall

Amandla Awethu, Amandla Awethu we cry

Amandla Awethu, Amandla Awethu!!

In this here World wide struggle

I man say “Power to the People”

Yes, Alright!!!

Just rest my head another day gone by

Don’t you forget it’s a wonderful life

No money in my pocket but my soul full of vibes

Guess who a forward in the dancehall tonight

First comes pride then there comes shame

Humble yourself we made from dirt and clay

So called leaders lead the world this way

And now all them do is make the youths gone astray

Sudden Destruction across the nation

Through crumbling morality

We end up in Starvation

I got a love here. No matter how small

No matter where we’re from we still be standing Tall

Im from Jamaica, Trodding to Ethiopia

Burn down the obstacles as INI step over

And still we forward, sweet life forever

Hail Rastafari, He will fail you NEVER!!

2) Rastaman Experience

Jah Live and rule and reign yes, Zion Awake

This is a piece about the Rastaman Experience

As I walk the streets of pain, the song remains the same

Hatred decrease as Rastafari Love increase and still some eyes are filled with pain

Jah is Sunshine after the rain

Endless Killing Endless Struggling, INI a chant now that my heart is willing

To spread JAH love at every stage show; To spread JAH music everywhere we go

What is the message? What can you share?

INI the children don’t have to suffer ‘round here

Don’t keep the Youths them locked in Limbo

You know that Rasta music liberate your soul.

Well, this is a piece about the Rastaman Experience

As I walk the streets of pain, the song remains the same

This aint no thesis but the truth it shall release out on the street and down the lane

Valleys and the Plains

So wont you stop now from extinguishing the peace or else you surely fade away

Rasta still remain, Rasta still remain

Mothers of creation that’s my daughters and my sisters

Glad that you are free, We need your royalty

We don’t need no tragedy; and no more tears

Is only JAH love it will erase your fears

Remember all the children that you sure will need to teach

And all the lost sisters who been living on the streets

Put consciousness above and we’ll be gentle like a dove

Keep us now as strong and then you fill us with your love, Your Love!

Endless Killing Endless Struggling, INI a chant now that my heart is willing

To spread JAH love at every stage show; To spread JAH music everywhere we go

What is the message? What can you share?

INI the children don’t have to suffer ‘round here

Don’t keep the Youths them locked in Limbo

You know that Rasta music liberate your soul.

 

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