Afrique Lyrics

Album: 
Tumi and the Volume
Song Year: 
2006
Genre: 
Hip Hop
Featuring: 

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Focus
Take two in the morning
Move to the door
Say whose your opponent
Vultures in suits in a rover
Troops and soldiers
Swoop on your culture
No sir!
 
My boots on the shoulders
Of those the movement has moulded
Notice, do what you suppose to
And bring the truth that much closer
But you bamboozled and broken
Hoping the poo colour is golden
No sir!
 
You too proud to know it
But only fools fight the moment
The soul finds food out of probing
Searching, floating earth in motion
Controlled by who what and no one
You can't control the world!
No Bush, no Britney Spears
No Coca Cola everywhere
No coup, no silly fears
Of Ebola in the ear
God control it
Stop the nonsense
Use it, don't try to own it
Who is your one opponent
You is, now try own that
So what I said it before
I bet it's ignored
You step to the drum
Get with the norm
Tofo, tofo
Rapping along
Is that so awful?
No sir!
 
My boots on the shoulders
Of those like ubaba O.R
Bambatha no Sol Plaatjie
What do you know cuz?
These beats is hurting me
My speech is burgundy
Flow blood sweat tears Nyambo infect ears
 
A.F.R.I.C.A
Is where I stay with my old lady
Home of the Garvey train
The Godly ways, the former slavery
 
For Mozambique, Tanzania, for Zambia, Mali and Ghana, Botswana, Somalia, Sudan
Gambia, Niger, Uganda, Rwanda, Ivory Coast, Comoros, Togo, Congo, Burkina Faso
Morocco and Guinea Bissau, Gabon, and Guinea
South Africa, Libya, Egypt, Malawi, Chad, Djibouti, Lesotho, Liberia, Burundi and Kenya
Sao tome Principe, Mauritania, Eritrea, Seychelles, Cape Verde, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Senegal, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Algeria
Cameroon, Angola, Mauritius, Benin, Ethiopia, Swaziland, D.R.C, Tunisia, Namibia
The AFRIQUE
 
A.F.R.I.C.A
Is where I stay with my old lady
Home of the Garvey train
The Godly ways, the former slavery
(I did not mention Central African Republic)

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