"One People" as written by and Winston Godfrey Rodney....
West Indians, black Americans
West Indians, black Americans

West Indians, black Americans
West Indians, black Americans

You know where we are coming from original?
You know where we are coming from original?

In the name of Jah, Jah
In the name of Jah, Jah

This is the time when we should own each other together
This is the time when we should own each other together

No more disowning each other
No more disowning each other

West Indians, black Americans
West Indians, black Americans

You know where we are coming from original?
You know where we are coming from original?

Africa, yes Africa
Africa, yes Africa

In the name of Jah, Jah
In the name of Jah, Jah

West Indians, black Americans
West Indians, black Americans

You know where we are coming from original?
You know where we are coming from original?

This is the time when we should own each other together
This is the time when we should own each other together

No more disowning each other
No more disowning each other

This is the time when we should own each other together
This is the time when we should own each other together

No more disowning each other
No more disowning each other

West Indians, black Americans
West Indians, black Americans

You know where we are coming from original?
You know where we are coming from original?

Africa, yes Africa
Africa, yes Africa


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"One People" as written by Winston Godfrey Rodney

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