"Dreadlocks the Time Is Now" as written by and Albert Washington Griffiths....
I had a vision last night
That I was walking on a street of gold
The street that I saw
Is where I and I should have been
So let's unite and stand up and fight for our rights

Dreadlocks, the time is now
Stand up fight for your rights
Or you ain't gonna get your culture man
Roots natty, don't give up - hold on

If I am wrong
Be not afraid to say so
Is there any difference between the human race ?
We are all of one skin
Same blood, same soul
But there are some who think
Dreadlocks don't count


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"Dreadlocks the Time Is Now" as written by Griffiths

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