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Africa Man - Lyrics by Johnny Wakelin


Lyrics
Gold Coast
Kenya
Belgian Congo
Tanyannika and Zululand
They took those people across the water to Southern States and
[the Carribean.
Africa
Africa
African Man.
They had heart and soul and rhythmrhythm spread all over the
[land.I saidwho got the music? African Man.
Who got the soul now? African Man.
Who got the rhythm? African Man.
Somebody took those people by the hand.
You can't hide your head in the sand
Who was sold to the new-found land.
Your brothers and sistersyours brothers and sisters
Your brothers and your sisters
African Man . . .AII they wanted was their freedomfreedom from the trader man
Africa
Africa
African Man.
Africa
Africa
African Man.
Africa
Africa
African Man.
Africa
Gold Coast
Kenya
Belgian Congo . . .
Your brothers and sistersyour brothers and sisters
Your brothers and your sisters
African Man . . .





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