Culture - Humble African

Aaah, aah, humble African

I'm on this land, I trouble no one
My desire is to make no problem with no one
None interference, none political
No matter what you do
I see I'm blind and ear and deaf

I'm an humble African
Passing through Babylon
I'm an humble African
Trouble no one, say
I'm an humble African
Some said I'm a Rastaman
I'm an humble African, yeh

These little hands and simple fingers that I have
They were not made to pinch no tear, you hear?
But to move in deeds of kindness, you see?
And to fold in thoughts of prayer to help my brother pray
For the betterment of his life, yeah, oh yeah
It's better to have a friend, than to need one
It's better to find a friend, than to be in need
Lift up your brother, don't you put him down
One hand wash the other, pongo and paki come

I'm an humble African
I was born to love my brother
I'm an humble African
United I must be
I'm an humble African
No matter what they say
I'm an humble African

My forefather came here from the days of slavery
I work until my skin start to strip
And to every time I speak for my justice
Yes, someone to name me disagreeable still


I pray the day will come
When we all up in peace and I-nity
No more chasing one and other without humanity
I pray the day will come
That we all share what we have
And show the people of the love
That we have to give, let them know

I'm an humble African, nothing but unity inside
I'm an humble African
Jah stand for us all
Humble African, let me beat my drum inna Babylon
I'm an humble African, Jah you know who I am
I'm an humble African, stand up inna Babylon
I'm an humble African..

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