The Negro's dance

(Awuah-Mainoo Gabriel)

Calling our sleeping heroes and sojourners to come home for us to build a great African empire!

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Strumming near de Mississippi Where de waves have given some chords Jamming near de Nile Where de fishes Had already made demma dance Up, up Africa! It’s time to dance! Now you da love ma rhythm Le him nod nod his head A black man song― a gentle twist You da love de chords Le him tap tap his lap A black man song ―a mellifluous jazz. Tell tell Mugabe I got a song, A song for him, a song for us A song of freedom. Wake wake Mandela Le him know we mocking apartheid A song for us, a song for his people. Singing loud beyond the ocean; “Sojourners come home; Africa is got a song Don’t be late Coz soon de song na XXXXXXX XXX XXX XX XXXX XX XXXX XX XXX XXXXXX XXXXX XXX XXXXX XXXX X XXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXX XXXXX XXXXX XXXXX XX XXXXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXX XXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX XX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXX XX XXXXXX XXX XXX XXX XXXXX XXX XXXX XX XXXX XXX XXX XXXXX X XXX XXXX XXXXX X XXXX XXX XX XXXXXXX

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