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ras_marcus
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« on: August 03, 2003, 04:07:31 AM »

                                  Message at Sunrise,
             We are going to tell the Sun good morning
            Then we will give this world a warning
            We have to do something today
            To stop the youths from going astray
           
            They cannot throw them all in Jails.
            Because their social system fail
            Go build some schools and learning centers,
            And get those youths there in to enter
           
           Teach them some skills and get them ready
           To face the world real smooth and steady
           You are only left with  left with ignorance
           If  you don't keep some Tolerance

           The man who made the gun was crazy
           His mind was also very lazy
           He should have cultivate the Hills
          Instead he made some guns to kill
         
          You cannot always gun them down
          Then bury them within the ground
          Bad habits then will still remain
          So we must teach them to refrain

         Now I have written much to you,
        So think about what you must do
       You have to try and do something
       And listen well to what I sing.

    Another  Ras Marcus creative work, from the CD  Liberation Feelings, a  Musical Documentary.

Again I send you many oceans of blessings, enough to share with your Village and to share some with the following generations.
ONE BLACK LOVE  ONE BLACK HEART.
Ras Marcus.

             
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