A Prayer For Africa (Selassie I)

Wanna say a prayer, say a prayer, Selassie I Rastafari,
Selassie I Rastafari
Wo oh Selassi I
I say a prayer for my brethren in Angola
I say a prayer for my brethren in a South Africa
I say a prayer for my brethren in Mozambique
I say a prayer for my brethren over yonder
Although the wicked try to fight
I down telling I bout their god in the sky
but I and I know what the truth is worth
that's we look for ours right here down on earth
(Chorus)
My Idren I tell you there will come a day
when we will
forward back home to stay
there we will give praises to Jah the king
a new song of joy we all shall sing
(Chorus/Psalm 24)
The earth is the lords and the fullness thereof,
the world and they that well there in
for he has foundeth it upon the sea and establish it upon the floods
Say a prayer for my brethren yeah
I wanna say a prayer for my sistren yeah
Over seventy two nations shall bow this was written in prophecy
those who have ears will hear and those who have eyes will see
there's no excuse for not praising Him majesty
there's no excuse for not praising Him majesty
(Chorus/Psalm 24)
He that hath clean hands and are pure in heart
who hath not lifted up his soul to vanity nor sworn deceitfully
he shall recieve the blessing from the lord and righteousness
from the garden of his salvation.
This is the generation of them that seek him that seek thy face
oh Jacob selah.
Lift up your heads oh ye gates and be ye lift up ye everlasting doors and
the king of glory shall come in, who is the king of glory
the lord strong and mighty
the lord mighty in battle
Lift up your heads oh ye gates even lift them up ye everlasting doors and the king of glory shall come in, who is the king of glory the lord strong and mighty
The lord of hosts he is the king of glory Selah. Rastafari

Artists: Flabba, Cat, Peter Best and Kingsley
Musicians: Spears, cat & Kirk McDowell
Backing Vocals: Cat & Flabba
Music Composers: Errol Ruddock & David Shepherd
Text Writers: A. Simpson, P. Best & King David

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