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« on: October 04, 2003, 06:45:54 PM »

[The song titles are in Bold]

Whoa oh whoa yeah,
Oh well now now
That signature melody that echoes through
Holds the audience in trance as they listen to
The Words of wisdom that you utter
The smoothing, soothing holla
Young people Have you ever
Heard tunes Created by the Father
For Love and hate coulda never be friend
And only a true reggae fan would admit your legend
Pioneer and teacher through music


A Victory in every move for the righteous and the conscious
If this world were mine I know that I would play your styles all the time
For Love has found its way in our hearts today
So don’t feel no way and Let Jah music play
Dennis What about the half that has never been told? Everyday People when they
Can’t take another Day
are soothed with your Milk and Honey in song rasta.

As you took the Westbound Train and joined the Great Kings of Africa like Malcolm X. The Beautiful places such as Shashamanie living on the Dark Continent brings Redemption
You warned us of the Wolf and Leopards who bring Tribulation to the Man Next Door in the Tenement Yard.  For its Death before Dishonour for one to Identify Yourself with the Raiders who don’t Appreciate Nature.

Hot like a melting pot the Wolga Nagga Fire will be Breaking Down the Barriers to Let Love In and ensure No Man is an Island in these Armageddon times.

Call Cassandra and the Black Magic Woman tell them don’t Stay at Home cause Money’s in my pocket and We’re Having a Party Tonight at the residence of the Concrete Castle King

The African Scientist asked what is The price of war on the Dark Continent?
A Prophet rides again and took us To the Foundation In the little village with the Bubbling Fountain where the Children of Israel give Praise without raise.
A true your music stir Revolution, Liberation, Redemption and a Sea of Love

Deliverance will come like a Wildfire when the Youthman dem stop The fussing and fighting and Buss off Head
Halfway Up, Halfway down you kept Sitting and Watching them create Nuclear Weapons and asked Why Fools don't know themselves?
You sought your Mama’s love from the Queen Majesty whilst you talked about Freedom as long as you lived
Blood, Sweat and Tears as Storms are Raging on the Icy Road
So Slow down woman, Hold on to what you got and Give I the love.

Well they Can’t keep a good man down.  Perhaps we’ve Got to get ourselves together and ask brother Emmanuel How could you Leave? For you promised you won’t leave, promised you won’t hurt, promised you will never make us blue.  So tell your family don't Weep and Moan, because you've decided to join the Rasta Children in Zion
Cause Dennis you’re Unforgettable and gave us reason to be Moving up, Trod on and carry on this works.
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Someone stole your culture but it is you who have to give it back.
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