"Rastaman Chant (Busta Rhymes & Spliff Starr Remix)" as written by and Winston Jarrett Neville Powell....
Hear the words of the Rastaman say
"Babylon, you throne gone down, gone down
Babylon, you throne gone down."

Said I hear the words of the Iyaman say
"Babylon, you throne gone down, gone down
Babylon, you throne gone down."

And I hear the angel with the seven seals say
"Babylon throne gone down, gone down
Babylon throne gone down."

I say fly away home to Zion (fly away home)
I say fly away home to Zion (fly away home)
One bright morning when my work is over,
Man will fly away home

One bright morning when my work is over,
Man will fly away home
One bright morning when my work is over,
Man will fly away home
Say one bright morning when my work is over,
Man will fly away home.


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"Rastaman Chant" as written by Bob Marley

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    General Commentum why in the hell did busta rhymes feel the need to add to bob marley. he is gay! hes so not an artist! man i cant stand people. does not even compare.
    dannigurlon March 25, 2005   Link
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    General CommentBusta made this a hate song!
    BobMarleyfan90on June 15, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Why after you feed the youth the baby still ah cry
    You need Ja, in ah yuh life, me nah to yuh no lie"

    Although that is a good quote!
    BobMarleyfan90on June 15, 2006   Link
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    General Commentok i take back the hate song comment i was thinking about something els
    BobMarleyfan90on June 15, 2006   Link

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