"African Teacher" as written by and Winston Rodney....
Teach me, teach me, teach me, teach me, teacher
Teach I and I Amharic teacher
Teach me, teach me, teach me, teach me, teacher
Teach I and I African teacher

I never be late, I always early
I never absent I always present
That's why I and I nah sit down inna no back bench
Natty like to be bright, bright, bright
So bright, bright, bright, bright
So bright

African teaching is a part of I and I
Culture o yes part of I and I
Teach me, teach me, teach me, teach me, teacher
Teach I and I Amharic teacher

I admit we go to school
But we never finish
Not until we reach upon
The soil of Africa, where in
I and I can be taught by African teachers
O yes I and I can be taught by African teachers

Teach me, teach me, teach me, teach me, teacher
Teach I and I Amharic teacher
Teach me, teach me, teach me, teach me, teacher
Teach I and I Amharic teacher

O right teach I and I and I Amharic
I like to be taught by African, African teacher
So right, natty like to be bright so bright
So bright so bright brighter bright
Bright natty bright natty bright natty bright
So bright natty like to be taught by African teacher
Teacher
Teach natty Amharic teacher
Is a part of I and I
So right natty
Teacher, Amharic teacher, African teacher
Teach I and I and I and I Amharic teacher
Teach I and I and I and I natty like to be bright so bright

I and I


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"African Teacher" as written by Winston Rodney

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