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Black Uhuru

What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.
What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.

Long, long ago, they use to say:
Rastafari going around,
Taking little children away.
But now time is at hand,
I and I know those saying was wrong.
And that Rasta let them know their homeland,
And seek their culture.

What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.
What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.

I and I was granted,
To drink from the fountain of life.
I God will make I hold tight,
I and I knee will not wobble,
I and I a v.i.p international,
And now they putting Rasta on the air.
Before that they used live in fear.

What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.
What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.

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There is a way that seemeth right to a man,
And yet in Jah Jah sight it wrong.
It's not what you do, is how you do it.
It's not what you say, but how you say it.
You going be shot with shit, go down in it.

What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.
What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.

What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.
What a joy: to hear the utterance of a Rasta.

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