"This Tribal Antidote" as written by and Jaz Coleman Paul Raven....
Lift up your spirits!

Too much pain and suffering, crying too many's funerals, we know the earth is dying gatherers, celebrants, in a state of merriment this sickness - cleanse us with fire and music.

This tribal antidote my choice, come to the great assembly - Revelry rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!

Not a concert, show or entertainment a temple, a ritual, a festival of dissent kindred spirits exchange and listen we share in common different value system.

This tribal antidote my choice, come to the great assembly - Revelry rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!
This tribal antidote my choice, come to the great assembly - Revelry rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!

Church of liberty, you'll never take this from me barter, no money, i don't suffer from spiritual poverty economic slavery, come back with bravery here is a sanctuary we'll get away from all this.

This tribal antidote my choice, come to the great assembly - Revelry rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!
This tribal antidote my choice, come to the great assembly - Revelry rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice!


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"This Tribal Antidote" as written by Jaz Coleman Geordie Walker

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