Buju Banton - Rasta Can't Go

I see myself as morning sunrise, that is certain of the morning
I see myself as the moon sure to come following the sun

There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
No no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)

From the lowest of depths, to the highest of heights
Walk with you in darkness, just to show you the light
Like a blind man patiently waiting to restore his sight
All upon your wrong-doing, just to show you the right
Never you take Natty meekness for weakness
(Never you take his meekness for weakness)
If it was an eye for an eye, half the world would be blind
Envy and hatred long gone, man have lef' dem behind
See myself as the sun which rises, shining over mankind

There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)

Heights of great men reign and kept were not attained by sudden left
There while their companions slept, were busy toiling
Heights of great men reign and kept were not attained by sudden left
There while their companions slept, were busy toiling

(..)

Take I from the hills to the sea
Cast her like Jonah to the whale
Over four million strong, by force they set sail
Now I see ??
He was surrounded by no guards for centuries
Now I see Ras' strolling white house
Make security appear like Mickey Mouse, woiie!

There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no, no (no)
There ain't no place that Rasta can't go
Oh no no no
Tell you, tell you wha' gwaan... (no)

From the lowest of depths, to the highest of heights
I'll walk with you in darkness, just to show you the light
Like a blind man patiently waiting to receive his sight
All upon your wrong-doing, just to show you what's right
Never you take Rasta meekness for weakness
(Never you take his meekness for weakness)
If it was an eye for an eye, half the world would be blind
Envy and hatred long gone, man have lef' dem behind
See myself as the sun which rises, shining over mankind

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