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Johnny Clarke

Peace And Love In The Ghetto Lyrics

Johnny Clarke

Jamaicans, out of many we are one
Peace and love

I went down to West Kingston
There was peace, peace and love, oh yeah
I went up to East Kingston
There was peace, peace and love
So please keep it up my brothers
And let peace and love abide, oh yeah
So please keep it up my sisters
And let peace and love abide

Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my brothers
Don't break it up youth-man, oh no-no-no
Don't break it up, break it up, oh no-no-no
Let's keep it up, keep it up

It's not right to fight
For something you don't know about

Keep it up, keep it up, oh my brothers
Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my sisters
Don't break it up, break it up, oh no-no-no
Don't break it up youth-man, oh no-no-no

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I went up to the south
There was peace all about, oh yeah
I went down to the north
There was peace all about

Youthman it's not right to fight
For something you don't know about

Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my brothers
Don't break it up youth-man, oh no-no-no
Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my sisters
Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my brothers

I-man trod on to Jungle
There was peace, peace and love
Then move on to Rema
There was more peace and love
Then I went on to Tivoli
There was also peace and love
I-man trod on to Regent Street
There was also peace and love, oh yeah

Let's keep it up, keep it up oh my brothers
Don't break it up, break it up, oh no-no-no
Let's keep it up, keep it up, oh my sisters
Don't break it up youth-man
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