"Bwana" as written by and Lindsey Buckingham....
The night brings the stranger,
The jungle cries for more.
The natives in the villages,
The visitor at the door.
We all have our demons,
And sometimes they escape.
But Bwana is the visitor,
In control of your own fate.

Bwana, Bwana, Bwana,
Bwana, Bwana, Bwana

The night brings on strangers,
The jungle cries for more.
The natives in the villages,
The visitor at the door.


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"Bwana" as written by Lindsey Buckingham

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    General CommentIn her book "Storms" Carol Ann Harris comments that this song was a sarcastic response to Mick Fleetwood's solo project which began as a trip to Africa one reason of which was to study African music.
    Kalomaon July 17, 2007   Link

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